Picsels musical approach is about as independent and DIY as it gets – channelling the spirit of the 90s punk and grunge that inspires this exciting new band.
Fusing together big heavy riffs with elements of EDM, hip-hop and punk sounds pretty bonkers, and it’s these eclectic combinations that have led Austin, Texas band Eye Said So to label their sound as “schizo-pop.”
The San Francisco Bay area’s punk and ska scenes are somewhat legendary within modern music history. Its latest iteration, the so-called ‘fourth wave’ ska scene sees the emergence of Oakland sextet Jokes For Feelings.
Brighten up your weekend with the pop-punk sound of Norwegian band Beach of Diamonds.
There’s fuzzy guitars aplenty amid the highly enjoyable, popular culture reference-laden, catchy noise rock sound of Durham quartet The Yada Yada Yadas.
If you like to party but don’t have any friends to do it with then North London indie-rockers Gold Baby are here to add a bit of spice to your … Continue reading Introducing: Gold Baby
If you love energetic, catchy, riff-heavy indie infused rock then Phoenix quartet New Chums will tick all your boxes. The quartet have honed a sound that exudes the sunny California vibes, … Continue reading Introducing: New Chums
Years on from spending days of her childhood staring at the bright blue cover of Weezer’s self-titled album daydreaming of a record deal of her own, French singer / songwriter Pamela Hüte … Continue reading Introducing: Pamela Hüte
Norwich rockers Prey Drive are right up with there as one of the most exciting new bands we’ve discovered in our last year of promoting new bands. The band has … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Prey Drive
You can’t beat a bit of raw, energetic punk rock and that’s what Glasgow’s Miami Monroe deliver in an abundance – it’s loud, fast, big and hugely entertaining. The five-piece of … Continue reading Introducing: Miami Monroe