Experimental London band TAYNE initially started out as a satire on contemporary pop music that aimed to test the limits of the genre’s ideologies.
Essex band Palmist are on a journey that began with emo-infused metal and evolved into more of a more pop-rock approach with synthwave and dance music influences.
New Jersey band The Ones You Forgot are intent on being the ones you well and truly remember with their intoxicating pop-rock meets punk rock sound.
Gloucestershire trio Elessar formed as an emo/alternative band a few years back and are, in their words, “dropping the sad vibes of the past” to evolve to more of a rock/pop sound.
Expect the unexpected from South Florida band The Haunt, who deliver a different sound from song to song based on their punk, blues, industrial, and pop influences centred around soulful, powerful vocals.
Washington singer BrandiWyne has honed a catchy bluesy pop-rock sound with which she strives to tell a story while being “melodic and evolving.”
Melbourne band Cold Tide have honed an infectious brand of rock that’s big on melody and will have their songs stuck in your head for days.
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.
Newcastle newcomers No Time For Reason have honed a lively, hooky melodic punk-laced rock sound that reflects their pop, rock and EDM influences. The band started out one year ago, … Continue reading New Band of the Week: No Time For Reason
We love finding great new music from all over the world, so the discovery of Ukrainian rock solo artist Amaria has gotten us really excited. The Kiev-based singer has honed a gothic-tinged pop-rock sound that she describes to us as “unframed, powerful and melodic.”
German band CHIOPS have honed a catchy punk-fused pop-rock sound that they describe to us as “alternativ poprock.”
Prepare yourself for an assault on your musical senses with diverse Los Angeles via Arizona quintet Remember The Monsters, who summarise their electronic heavy pop-rock sound as “fierce, energetic and catchy.”