We’re way over due for taking a closer look at some classic and quality blues rock. Few Miles On are a band based in Cookeville, Tennessee, and their sound is a stylish, yet raw, rock and roll based blues, fused with an essential dash of Detroit funk, and over flowing with those real music vibes that we love. … Continued
Alabama Shakes bring us music with power, style, soul, and depth. Front woman Brittany Howard oozes musical talent; a phenomenal voice, and a performance that shows you just how much the music means to her – you feel it because she feels it. An extraordinary display of artistry and skill; as a guitarist, writer, singer, and … Continued
An overcast, dreary, very British Tuesday; a good day to talk about an exciting alternative band from Sydney, Australia. The Sunpilots. We’re absolutely loving this sound. They’re kind of fusing the whole alternative rock thing, (think Incubus, Queens of the Stone Age, System of a Down) with an almost Kate Bush kind of artistry. Lyrically, melodically, … Continued
Your favourite new sound. Pretty much everything you want in a live band. Reggae, ska, dubby rock, joy, dancing, melodies, big hair. A happy fusion of sounds from all over the globe, a little bit of an Incubus meets Sublime vibe, but with even more colour, and slightly less swearing. We expect festivals will feel empty without … Continued
It’s been about three years since I first watched John Butler Trio wow the crowd at Australia’s Red Rocks Amphitheater. I wasn’t there, of course. I was at home, drinking tea, hearing the icy rain hit my window. But what a gig. What a moment. Some artists can change the way you think about music entirely, … Continued
A real musician. A master of his art. The entire vibe of this album will set you up in a perfect mood for the rest of your night.
Ricky Persaud Jr. is a musician based in Irvington, US. His track Welcome to my World caught our ear over at Stereo Stickman, and we thought you’d like to hear it too. The track came out September 2015, it’s fresh, it sounds great, and you can grab it now via Bandcamp. Be sure to follow … Continued