Inspired by legendary performers and songwriters from Led Zeppelin to Fleetwood Mac, Eddie & The Wolves deliver a naturally intoxicating devotion to the sheer passion, precision and power of rock and roll.
From the globally renowned legends who brought us the likes of Bad Reputation and I Love Rock N’ Roll, hall of famers Joan Jett & The Blackhearts launch the brilliantly anthemic EP MINDSETS.
Instrumental rock and roll loaded with equal parts precision and heart – the brilliant Coda Nova pay tribute to some legendary rock acts, with the slick and stylish live medley Jessica Is Back In Town.
Stunning musicianship brings creativity and precision to the forefront, as 3mind Blight and Ray Roehrborn collaborate for the soaring rock soundscape Troubled Times.
Rainy Thursdays were made for this kind of enchanting rock arrangement – D2UR drown out the noise of the world, with the beautifully melodic, organic and mighty Remember My Name.
Returning with a bang and reimagining the classic Animals track – The R Train kick off a fresh season with a brand new single and video for We Gotta Get Out Of This Place.
Evolving explosively throughout, Baby Song begins as something fairly familiar, and later becomes its own unapologetic animal of a track.
Celebrating authentic rock and roll on all counts, 100 Watt Shine deliver a resounding anthem of stylish guitars, gritty vocals and passionately intentional writing, with the brilliantly catchy Don’t That Beat All.
Retro grunge vibes of distortion and heavy riff-work guide us into a breathy and expressive Full Of Sin from a committed and passionate Swilly.
The R Train Band are masters of their sound, dedicated to the delivery and musically skilful as they commit unequivocally within each release. Perhaps Rock On! more than ever encapsulates these qualities.
Big rock and roll vibes continue to strike – that raw, amplified sound works beautifully in transporting listeners to the purity and volume of a live show.
Lifelong producer & musician DW has released a plethora of original projects in recent years, not least of all the concise yet striking rock EP that is Way Back.