The rocky yet punky feel of Seattle band The Finger Guns has seen the trio conjure up their very own musical genre of “punk’n’roll.”
Alabama trio The Dirty Clergy have honed an exciting grungey rock sound that harks back to the rock’n’roll days of the ’50s and ’60s and carries a distinctly punky edge.
It’s been a while since I found a singer/songwriter that I got really into, but Canadian Matty Myatt evokes memories of Chuck Ragan, Brian Fallon and co.
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
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
Swedish-born, London-based singer / singwriter Axel Jansson is an enjoyable throwback to the good old days of rock, with a gritty yet engagingly melodic sound. His music has been heavily … Continue reading Introducing: Axel Jansson
One of my favourite gigs of all time was seeing The Gaslight Anthem at the excellent Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver around seven years ago. A then relatively unknown English guy opened proceedings, … Continue reading Album Review: Dave Hause – Bury Me In Philly