Promising more than a few moments of sultry, alluring guitar solo-work, and that ongoing blues-rock rhythm that grips the listener and sways them from start to finish.
The Company I Keep has the makings of a timeless hit, but with a genuinely heartfelt sense of pain and longing. It effectively becomes an alternative indie force on its own unique trajectory.
When a band whole-heartedly embrace the process and even lose themselves within it, so too can their audience.
Crisp and organic blues pour through with precisely the nostalgic sense of heart and craft implied by the title, as David Meith exemplifies the art of devotion to the moment.
Sublime country rock vibes hit with impact in everything from set-up to melody to unexpected twists in genre – Radio Fly raise the bar with ease, for the addictive new anthem Goin’ Down Tonight.
Distorted intensity and hypnotic melody unite beautifully throughout this anthemic, increasingly heavy and vastly contemplative debut from Atlanta fourpiece Coda Nova.
Rolling into view with the timelessly alluring presence of a simple, organic drumline, Heavy AmericA’s single The Fall goes on to weave an equally timeless yet contemporary-kissed web of topical and anthemic stylings.
Aptly-titled and immediately uplifting for its strong groove and the sheer crash of those live drums – The Rhythm Bullies offer up a two-track EP that’s quick to set the mood.
Longtime favourite Sid Hagan collaborates extensively with an equally gifted Marvin Taylor, for this beautiful, purposeful new EP of timeless originals Swamp Thang.
Vocally supreme, Mat D has the talent to take his music to bigger stages. The fact that the writing and clear devotion to the performance are so faultlessly in keeping with the high bar set by that voice, is simply the icing on top.
The rising rock force that is 100 Watt Shine impressively collaborate with the one and only Peter Stroud (Sheryl Crow’s guitarist) for this stylish, foot-stomping anthem The Devil You Don’t Know.
Leading with a sultry blues-rock swagger and organic, up front and intimate presentation, Tatro Gordon’s self-titled album introduces a big dreamer of authenticity and simple, satisfying songwriting.