Scottish quartet Pizza Crunch offer up an infectious sound that fuses alternative 80s influences with modern indie and rock, which they describe as “melodic, stimulating and introspective.”
Glasgow band Speak Easy Circus have honed a funky, brass-led experimental indie meets rock sound that they describe as being “eclectic, exciting and unpredictable.”
If you’re looking for indie meets punk rock that’s upbeat, hard-hitting and generally a lot of fun then exciting Glasgow rockers The Riot Vans are just the band for you.
We love a good heavy rock two-piece and in Scottish duo Alkanes we present exactly that. The Inverness band fuse heavy riffing and big catchy vocals in a seriously engaging sound that they describe as “raw, energetic and intense.”
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.
Scotland has a great track record for producing alternative-rock bands and Glasgow’s Banshee continue this tradition with their high energy, catchy riffs and engaging, powerful vocals. The quartet of Erin … Continue reading Introducing: Banshee
In addition to an exciting alt-rock meets post-rock sound Glasgow’s Atlas : Empire have deepened the intrigue with a concept album focusing on the human race’s growing reliance on technology.
Dust off that list of awesome Scottish rock bands and mark another one to the top of it because alternative rock trio Primes are a band worthy of getting excited … Continue reading Introducing: Primes
A couple of weeks ago we brought you a taste of the exciting indie rock with a Scottish twang sound of Scottish quartet Forgotten Sons. The four-piece of Birdy Burgess … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Forgotten Sons
This feature’s been away for a few weeks, but it’s back in full force this week as we celebrate our 500th post in 2 years of running GigRadar. This week … Continue reading New Music Friday Round-Up: 7 September