Let us take you on a nostalgic trip back to the early 1990s with the raw, grungy rock sound of Brazilian band Please Use Right Excuses, who describe themselves as “the ones that express feelings, emotions.”
Imagine, if you will, the complete antithesis of much of the modern mainstream rock market. A band that fuses raw rock instrumentals and intense grungey vocals that have you immediately … Continue reading Discover This: Javelina
Having a music video banned by YouTube for containing too many naked men and playing a gig while a member was high on morphine (for medical reasons) means Canadian newcomers Dish Pit sound pretty rock’n’roll to us.
Los Angeles singer-songwriter Eric Lewis has honed a ruggedly catchy rock sound that follows the simple, tried and tested method of engaging vocals, lively guitars and lots of big drums.
If the Boy Scouts dished out badges for rocking hard then Boulder, Colorado, band Boy Scouts of Destruction would be keeping their mums busing sewing for months. Or, more likely, they’d be too badass to be allowed into the Scouts full-stop.
Gallivant have conjured up the kind of face-melting riff-led rock that’s so good it should carry a warning to strap in tight before embarking on the musical journey.
First inspired to pick up their guitars by listening to Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged session, Vancouver brothers Ryan and Jamie Mackay have set about honing an engaging rock sound ever since.
International duo Scratch are on the verge of releasing their debut album despite their two members living as far apart as physically possible.
When Djunah frontwoman Donna Diane tells us she simultaneously plays both the guitar and bass, as well as singing, we presumed she was joking. But it turns out to be absolutely 100% true.
Not content with the pretty impressive feat of being a PhD-level psychologist and lecturer on mental health issues at a London University, Carina T has more recently begun to master … Continue reading Discover This: Carina T
Having formed my musical tastes in the early 2000s I’m a sucker for anything emotionally charged and full of edgy rocky angst. So it should come as no surprise that the sound of Canadian emo-rockers Selfish Things is right up my street.
We’ve discovered something a little bit special with the emergence of brand new Los Angeles trio Antivillain.