Punchy melodies and guitar riffs that rent space in your brain are the hallmarks of the energetic post-punk sound of Liverpool trio Three From Above. The band tell us they … Continue reading Introducing: Three From Above
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.”
It’s easy to see why the up-tempo guitars and funky synth-dominated sound of Bristol’s The Rupees is attracting a swiftly growing reputation.
Glasgow’s WRTHLESS take all the fun and energy of pop-punk and fuse it with rockier influences, meaning they’re far from your pop-punk norm. As lead guitarist Stuart Macdonald tells us: … Continue reading Introducing: WRTHLESS
Camden Town in north London is renowned for being a bit cool and trendy yet grungy and dirty at the same time, probably best epitomised by it having erected a … Continue reading Introducing: The Gulps
Kent rockers Salvation Jayne have honed an excitingly eclectic sound of effortlessly cool indie rock and absolutely filthy guitars under the deliciously hard-hitting vocals of Chess Smith. They initially formed … Continue reading Introducing: Salvation Jayne
In this time of political unease it seems only fair that we deserve bands that can help us voice our concerns as a generation. With Brexit and another General Election looming large on … Continue reading Introducing: Sisteray