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
This week’s New Band of the Week is something very different to what we’ve covered so far on this site, in the form of Newcastle’s post-punk indie duo Lost On … Continue reading Introducing: Lost On Me