Always we’re engaged by Gerbman’s unrelenting confidence as both guitarist and performer – no doubt an impressive artist to witness on stage. An exciting new musician, with a wealth of talent and devotion to the cause, and still at the very beginning of his creative journey.
Blues rock to capture the soul and elevate the mood of the room – the UK’s own Jackson Kayne brings seductive vibes and organic musicianship to the modern scene, with the infectious Oh Honey Please.
“While I’ve always had a love for music, metal was my primary passion. Bands like As I Lay Dying, Trivium, In Flames, and many others were my biggest inspirations during that time.”
Already renowned across the Canadian live scene, The History Of Gunpowder continue to break down the boundaries of live performance, showcasing what’s truly possible when authenticity and skill join forces in a fearlessly unedited setting.
Big-band vibes and colourful harmonies light up the blues rock and soul-funk sound of Atlantic Junction’s impressive new album What Iceberg?
Damn, this is good. Not the most professional introduction on my part though – let me try again…
Masterfully intertwining heartbreak and comedy across a raw, unedited and honest musicality, Carl Lorusso Jr. delivers a multitude of lyrical and melodic gems throughout this raw folk and blues album.
Bringing things to a finish is a catchy stomp of a blues-rock anthem, a little Johnny Cash-like for one final twist of influence from across rock and folk’s history…
Reimagined in an almost freestyle manner, blending the broadly recognisable with the unexpectedly expressive and pure, The Midnight Shepherds take on the mighty Ain’t No Sunshine.
Introducing the highly-anticipated new album from one of modern Americana’s most authentically gripping artists, the blues-rock rasp and swagger of Mat D reaches peak embrace, throughout the stylish highs and lows of Jericho Gap.
Tal Shofet encapsulates the emotions of the writing with a brilliantly bold and versatile set-up. As such, you can appreciate the unplugged ability of I Think I’m Dying as much so as the full-band potential.
Unfiltered good vibes and authenticity of character elevate the uniquely recognisable sound of songwriter and artist Charlie Bucket.