Not content with the pretty impressive feat of being a PhD-level psychologist and lecturer on mental health issues at a London University, Carina T has more recently begun to master … Continue reading Discover This: Carina T
It may appear somewhat of a broad brush statement that a psychedelic rock band is inspired by recreational drug taking but, in the case of San Francisco band The Spiral Electric, there’s nothing stereotypical about it.
Toronto band Madame Psychosis have honed a fun alt-rock sound that’s about as fun as their wacky band name suggests.
The rapid rise of Dublin band Skyfever is an inspirational story that’s seen them, in their words, “ignore the status quo” to, within just two years, get their music played at Premier League and NFL matches and gather a few rock royalty superfans.
Our first foray into Sacramento, in California, sees us unearth the delicious sound of Keys and Vices, who describe their music as “dynamic, vulnerable, and powerful.”
North Wales quartet Dying Habit have honed an intriguing alt-rock sound that deviates between the beautifully melodic and the darkly menacing. The Bangor-based band, formed of Nathan Jones (vocals), Alan … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Dying Habit
The hard-hitting sound of Watford newcomers SINKA has given us plenty of reasons to get excited about the trio.
When a new band describe their sound as “explosive, loud and raw” you can be forgiven for getting a little prematurely excited. But in the case of Kenilworth’s Free Galaxy … Continue reading Introducing: Free Galaxy
It’s often said that a change does you the world of good and Aaron Buchanan is testament to that old adage. The singer is taking it to the next level … Continue reading Introducing: Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics
When a band describes themselves to me as ‘loud, energetic, melodic’ they essentially tick all three boxes in my musical listening criteria. This much goes for London-based rockers Vertebrae. The … Continue reading Introducing: Vertebrae
Hailing yourself as the ‘forefront of a new generation of rock’ is a bold claim for any band to make. Fortunately for new UK rockers Fragile Things, and you wonderfully … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Fragile Things
It’s probably fair to say that no-one has released a single on cassette (Google it if you’re under the age of 25) since about 1995, but London-based electro rockers PURS … Continue reading Introducing: PURS