ASKARI, led by the distinctive vocals of frontman Asher Baker, are a band that pulls no punches and are on a mission to throw, in their words, “walls of sound around any size venue and spitting vitriolic lyrics squarely in the face of absolutely every fucker ever.”
Channelling the sounds of classic hard rock and metal bands of decades gone by, Bolton-based Room: IV are a welcome reminder of no-frills, good old rock’n’roll.
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.
Glasgow newcomers Quotes of the Dead offer up a diverse rock sound that, if it were a person, would be a candidate for being locked up in a madhouse.
With a name like Kick Up The Fire, you expect a band to have a bit about them – and the London garage punk trio that assumed this moniker most certainly do.
London rockers District 13 introduced themselves to us as Black Sabbath meets The Ramones, while revealing that frontman Jon Wild has been described as a cross between Kurt Cobain and Sid Vicious. So we, of course, had no option but to explore further.
We’re going to chance our arm here and guess that you’ve not heard of too many German punk-rock bands, and almost certainly none as good as Munich five-piece Things That Need To Be Fixed.
Bristol’s Cosmic Ninja have honed an intriguing fusion of rock, electronica and dance music that we can’t quite pigeonhole into a particular genre, but they summarise with the three E’s of ‘energetic, eclectic and exciting.’
London-based synth rockers Automatic Laughter have honed a deliciously catchy raw, heavy yet ambient sound that they intriguingly describe as “the polar opposite to Dad rock.”
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
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NEWMEDS offer up an intriguing ‘genre-bending’ sound that fuses its members’ previous involvement in everything from black metal and Mathcore through to punk, emo and garage indie