Would you believe we’ve only covered two American bands in 2021 and only three since mid-November? Well, we’re putting that right with North Carolina duo The Camel City Blackouts, who’ve honed a traditional, energetic punk rock sound that they describe as “introspective, fun and catchy.”
Edgy is a word that we tend to use a lot in articles about rock and metal bands, and it’s a word that intriguing Raleigh, North Carolina, rockers Nikol fully embrace.
The intriguing sound of Lowercase Numbers has its roots in jazz while flirting with metal and math rock, and taking inspiration from virtually everything else in-between.
Asheville, North Carolina, deathrock collective Secret Shame have honed an atmospherically cathartic and emotionally-driven rock sound. It’s seriously dark but we are absolutely hooked on it.
If you like your music eclectic in style, then you’re in the right place with North Carolina singer/songwriter Velcro Mary.
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.
We don’t hear of too many bands out of North Carolina, but Fayeteville’s MKNLY make up for it with their fun, energetic, punk-fuelled rocky sound – which frontman Benny tells us … Continue reading Introducing: MKNLY
North Carolina quartet Obsidian Darling have gone through a rebrand and launched a new video that honours their darker new persona. The band was first formed by vocalist Logan Christopher, … Continue reading Introducing: Obsidian Darling
Having made the most of your long Bank Holiday Weekend, I’m pretty sure you’ll be in need of some good old fast-paced punk meets rock’n ‘roll to get your brain … Continue reading Introducing: The Fill Ins