Pittsburgh band Second To Safety make an interesting observation that their home city, famed historically for steel and blast furnaces is now a booming health and medical centre.
Kenya might not be the first country that jumps to mind when you think about countries with a thriving rock and metal scene. But, according to young Nairobi-based band REFUGE, they are part of growing rock revolution in the East African country.
Welsh rockers The Routines offer up a highly relatable brand of indie rock influenced by the tediousness of full-time menial work and enjoyable social observations.
Alternative rockers Hollowed Sky have honed a powerful, engaging rock sound that lures you in and has you hooked for even more.
It’s not too often we feature a band before they have any music available to play you – in fact, we think this could be a first. But, given the sell that new London rap-rockers Antlerz gave us, we felt this one was worthwhile.
We’re back with another episode of our brand new podcast, GigRadio. This episode sees us chat to Leeds alternative rockers Sir Curse about their brand new single Graphite and their intriguing musical influences.
Australian rockers Revoid tell us that their latest track may not be everyone’s cup of tea as “it is a heavier song.” But that particular shift in focus is music to our ears, even though the majority of their music is pretty damn heavy.
Atmospheric alternative rock duo Hidden Phase duo are a project that’s draped in mystery. The French two-piece offer up an intriguing progressive rock/metal sound that fuses engaging vocals with huge atmospheric instrumentals, supported by some awesome music videos.
We love a good heavy rock two-piece and in Scottish duo Alkanes we present exactly that. The Inverness band fuse heavy riffing and big catchy vocals in a seriously engaging sound that they describe as “raw, energetic and intense.”
Los Angeles rock band offer up an enticing concoction of various sounds and styles in one deliciously finessed, eerie yet engaging sound.
Indian musician Kartik Baisoya has picked up the remnants of his high school band and, over a decade later, taken it upon himself to bring the old school music (literally) to life.
Two university students are on a mission to empower and support independent musicians. So we invited Josh Murphy and Lewis Daggers-Smith to write a guest blog on the Infinite Vibrations project.