We first met London-based rock trio supporting The Dead XIII and our pals in City of Ashes back in late 2017. At that time they’d just released debut single Teeth, but they’ve since established a name for themselves with their energetic live show before releasing their debut EP in February.
Birmingham-based Charlie Georgio is carving a niche in the Midlands music scene with his rock and hip-hop infused trap sound, which he describes as “weird, extreme and raging.”
New York duo Travelers have taken an interesting musical change of direction, moving from seriously riff-heavy rock to more of an electro-rock approach.
Theatrical metal is a fairly new genre to us, but if St Louis sextet Unimagined are anything to go by then we’re fully onboard with the concept. The band aren’t … Continue reading Introducing: Unimagined
As if 80s rock wasn’t big and sparkly enough, Los Angeles singer Diamante Azzura – aka Diamante – is taking the genre on a modern-day rock’n’roll collision course that she … Continue reading Introducing: Diamante
An evening of impressive female vocalists was topped off by the emergence of an exciting new rock band as Elswhere and Finding Kate provided support for Italian rockers Halflives at … Continue reading Gig Review: Halflives, Finding Kate & Elswhere at The Black Heart
Every now and again a brand new band pops up and has you instantly hooked. That’s exactly the case with Newcastle rockers Tomorrow Is Lost, who have honed an intoxicating sound … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Tomorrow Is Lost
A couple of weeks ago I saw High Wycombe post-hardcore band As Everything Unfolds headline a London show and proceeded to have my mind blown by their awesome live performance. … Continue reading New Band of the Week: As Everything Unfolds
Virginia Beach rockers Give ‘Em Hell, Kid have honed a ridiculously infectious, and utterly unique sound of post-hardcore and metal fused with a southern drawl that’ll have you hooked. Hailing … Continue reading Introducing: Give ‘Em Hell, Kid