Get your fix of delicious guitar riffs and good old rock’n’roll with Kentucky band Banshee Child. The Louisville quartet have honed a sound that fuses elements of funky blues and powerful rock led by the engaging vocals of Matt Meredith – in other words, it’s pretty damn catchy.
Experience the duality of classic analog rock’n’roll meets hard rock fused with electronic grooves from Indianapolis band Starve The Beast, who describe their sound as “groove, power and grit.”
Inject some funky blues-infused pure rock’n’roll into your life with the delicious guitar-led sound of Detroit-born band Motor Gypsy.
Kenya might not be the first country that jumps to mind when you think about countries with a thriving rock and metal scene. But, according to young Nairobi-based band REFUGE, they are part of growing rock revolution in the East African country.
Alternative rockers Society of Beggars describe their musical exploits as a “life sentence of rock’n’roll” and their intoxicating brew of rolling riffs and thunderous rhythms and soaring melodies will have you hooked.
Starting a band as part of a ‘Worship Team’ isn’t exactly the most rock’n’roll thing we’ve ever heard. But fear not, Seattle melodic rock band Limberlost’s fusion of dynamic, tenacious grooves, infectious hooks and powerful vocals is right up there with the rockiest of rock bands.
Get a healthy dose of good old blues-fuelled rock’n’roll and a good fix of delicious noodling guitars with Huntsville, Alabama, quartet Black Market Salesmen.
Expect powerful, engaging good old rock’n’roll in the form of Wisconsin band Scarlet.
Arkansas quartet Drawing Blanks have honed an engaging sound that harnesses classic rock and rock’n’roll influences and themes around everything from the hypocrisy of religion to sex.
Raucous rock’n’roll fused from musical educations in funk, punk, grunge and the blues means there’s plenty to get excited about with the engaging, high energy sound of Los Angeles rockers Peyote Radio.
Fresh from recording a live studio session at the famous Abbey Road Studios, London’s River Hounds are one of the most exciting new bands on the UK rock scene.
Classic rock vibes, funky indie guitars and vocals, and upbeat, catchy rockiness are present in leaps and bounds in the highly enjoyable sound of London trio The Kiddiwinks.