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.
They may describe themselves as ‘alternative rock’ but Bury quartet Novustory embody the hard-hitting power and sass of their heavier rock and metal counterparts.
We’ve met a couple of great new bands from New Zealand recently, but they’re being a serious run for their money by awesome Auckland rockers Dead Favours.
Imagine my delight when we discovered a band from Finland, who just so happen to be absolutely awesome and claim to be an “angrier Royal Blood.”
The hard-hitting sound of Watford newcomers SINKA has given us plenty of reasons to get excited about the trio.
London quartet Plain Sails have exploded onto the local scene over the last couple of years with their engaging, high energy yet delicate anthemic rock sound.
Newcastle quartet Holding Out have honed an exciting punk fuelled rock sound that they describe as “unpredictable, shouty and fun” – which should have you hooked already.
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
Bristol rockers The Hideaways have honed a raucously engaging sound that puts them right up there with the most exciting new bands we’ve met over the last couple of years. The … Continue reading New Band of the Week: The Hideaways
“P!nk is completely badass and stands up fully for what she believes in and she doesn’t care an inch what anybody thinks of her,” says Flawless Carbon’s frontwoman, Lauren Diamond. … Continue reading Introducing: Flawless Carbon
Traditionally best-known for its seaside resorts and being the home of murder mystery goddess Agatha Christie, the south-west of England’s most mysterious secret may well be its growing rock underbelly. … Continue reading New Band of the Week: The Stone Angels
About the only thing you’re likely to know the town of Slough for is Ricky Gervais’ sitcom The Office, unless you work for a tech company that takes advantage of … Continue reading Introducing: The Dead Gentlemen