Boston band Major Moment have honed an intriguingly intense cinematic rock sound that fuses big riffs and synths with the melodic vocals of their two Russian-born singers.
New Cheltenham-based rockers Neptune Rain have refused to allow these strange times to restrict their creativity and have used it as an opportunity to grow their audience.
German band CHIOPS have honed a catchy punk-fused pop-rock sound that they describe to us as “alternativ poprock.”
Creating music that’s not only heavy but also relatable and engaging can be a pretty tough task, but it’s one that Ohio’s Silent Hearts are well and truly nailing.
Long Island-based quartet Whatever We Are are on a mission to break boundaries well beyond just their music.
London-based production trio Electric Tuxedo aren’t afraid to try something a little different and mix things up – with their songs ranging from indie-rock through to electronica meets dubstep.
“Powerful, beautiful noise” is how brothers Matt and Alex Georgiou summarise the sound of Birmingham rockers Bear Witness.
Expect energy and plenty of it from North Carolina emo-rockers Run Home Jack, who aim to emulate the good old days of 2000s rock with modern production adding a bit of extra spice.
The compelling sound of Dutch rockers Mountain Eye is borne out of their riff-heavy hard rock roots being infused with elements of alternative, funk and jazz.
What better way to kick off your Monday morning than with the ‘return’ of Nu-Metal. Meet Bristol newcomers Profiler
New York-based The Haunting‘s dedication to doing things their own way is embodied by their intriguing fusion of post-hardcore meets trap rock meets dubstep meets pop. The quartet of Tom Opiela … Continue reading Introducing: The Haunting
Canadian rockers Sound Drown are on a mission to rejuvenate the pop-punk genre, which they feel is being killed off by mainstream media. The quartet, from the port city of … Continue reading Introducing: Sound Drown