Irish quartet The Clockworks have mastered the art of rolling relatable stories and colloquial tales into engaging, high-energy rocky post-punk anthems.
Irish trio Bitch Falcon not only have an eye-catching name but an intoxicating brand of diverse, unconventional post-punky rock that’ll also stick with you. Indeed, it’s a sound that they intriguingly describe to us as “heavy but melodic, aggressive, melancholic wave.”
Lancaster trio TV FACE have honed a fun, raw and funky post-rock sound with touches of psych and punk influences who, in their words, “make songs out of being in a room making noise.”
Fareham band Web were introduced to us as “Portsmouth’s latest and most aggressive post-punk band,” which had us all ears. The quartet have honed an intriguing sound that fuses a little bit of everything from experimental post-punk to grunge and heavy noise rock as they endeavour to work on “more interesting song structures.”
Newcastle band Pave The Jungle have honed an intriguing, unusual sound that walks the tightrope between chaos and melody. The band fuse the engaging elements of US indie-rock and the noisiness of post-punk with the power of alternative rock.
Expect fast and frenetic, engaging punk sounds from exciting Pittsburgh-based post-punk outfit Empty Beings.
Aberdeen rockers Casper Heyzeus bring an element of comedy and novelty to their brand of 80s sounding synth-fused rock.
South London-based Crushed Beaks have honed a really cool sound that fuses indie rock with elements of psych, post-punk and garage rock – so expect plenty of catchy vocals and funky noodling guitar riffs.
Combining atmospheric post-punk with catchy alternative rock instrumentals and vocals, Sheffield’s FEARS. are an intriguing proposition.
Punchy melodies and guitar riffs that rent space in your brain are the hallmarks of the energetic post-punk sound of Liverpool trio Three From Above. The band tell us they … Continue reading Introducing: Three From Above
From just about the most south-eastern town in England comes an engaging punky grungey sound that could easily have dropped out of the US west coast in the early 1990s. … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Mr Wu’s Pigs
The idea of marrying goth music with the adjective “life-affirming” may seem contradictory to many, but that’s exactly the label that’s been laid against Totnes post-punk band Council of Giants. … Continue reading Introducing: Council of Giants