New music podcast GigRadio Episode 13 features an interview with British metal band Defences and great new music from all around the world.
Long Island trio Stoke The Fire have honed an engaging rock sound that aims to take the listener on a musical journey they describe as “passionate, innovative and emotion.”
It’s been a while since we featured any instrumental music but in Brazilian trio Autoclismo we’ve discovered a band that fuses heavy riffs and groove in a fun atmospheric rock sound.
Three years ago, the four members of Swedish band of Åssit couldn’t play any instruments. But, in a short space of time, they’ve not only learnt to do so but also honed a diverse, melodic and engaging old-school rock sound.
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.
Finnish rockers Highway Queen have honed an engaging sound that draws on old-school and more modern influences, the fusion of which they describe as “melodic, catchy and soulful.”
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.
Out of the midst of a national lockdown a mysterious new beast has emerged in the form of Surrey grunge rockers Dude Safari.
One of the first rock and metal bands I ever got into was Hundred Reasons, so it was a pleasure to speak to their frontman Colin Doran for our latest episode of GigRadio.
Irish quartet The Clockworks have mastered the art of rolling relatable stories and colloquial tales into engaging, high-energy rocky post-punk anthems.
The GigRadar podcast GigRadio is back with a bang to discuss the best new rock and metal from around the world! It’s been 10 months since our last episode but we’ve been keen to revamp the podcast for a while, and we finally got the opportunity to do so.
We promised you more bands from the Emerald Isle and, almost immediately, here’s another in brand new rock duo Future Lows. The band describe their engaging, anthemic sound as a “step forwards” for Irish rock music due to its modern approach.