Virginia Beach rockers Dead Friends aren’t ones to pussyfoot around their music with grandiose claims. As they tell us: “We just say ‘rock.’ If people ask us to elaborate we say ‘heavy rock.’ If that’s still not enough, we explain how heavy our rock is.”
Prepare yourself for a Spanish juggernaut of seriously heavy yet strangely catchy metal in the form of Childrain – who just so happen to be the first band we’ve spoken to from the Basque region.
We’re dropping the pace down a little from our usual focus today to bring you the delicious sound of California band Echo Hill.
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.
A Russian singer/songwriter and Icelandic singer and instrumentalist probably isn’t your usual indie-rock vibe.
Turn it up loud and embrace the sound of garage rock for the sound of Manchester’s Hey Bulldog.
We’ve got a brand new band for you to discover today in the form of Washington D.C.-based Kindergarten Dropouts.
From the crimes of the Catholic church and the corrupt moral landscape to mad alternate realities – if you happen to be a Catholic priest, look away now, but for everyone else, prepare to be highly entertained by Welsh rock trio MILK.
London rockers Revolvers bring us an intriguing modern indie rock sound that offers undertones of the 60s and 70s, which they describe as “loud, heartfelt and glorious.”
Emerging London-based, Manchester-born solo artist Lexytron muddies the bleeding heart and melody of Mozart with the downright dirt and danger of rock’n’roll. Having honed her musical skills on the piano … Continue reading Introducing: Lexytron
Today is an exciting day as, in two years of running GigRadar, I had yet to interview any band that included someone with the surname as me. But now the … Continue reading Introducing: Tiger Mimic
Kent four-piece The Word are taking us on a trip back to the 1960s and 70s, adding a modern twist to the classic rock sound that they’ve coined as ‘Tea … Continue reading Introducing: The Word