Fiercely intense guitars and distortion rain down amidst the doubled-vocal weight of descending grunge melodies, as Samuel Mason kicks off an anthemic and dark new project Black Masses.
Taking listeners right to the centre of the arena-rock sound, shoegaze songwriters Age Of Wires blend pop-rock writing with the dreamy embrace of a reverb-soaked live sound.
Other-worldly production traits and distorted, homemade indie rock vibes unite throughout the bass-led emo-rap fusion of genres that is alt suicide’s latest single.
Kevin’s music is boldly creative, thought provoking, and increasingly catchy as it rains down with such unapologetic originality.
Immediately hypnotic guitars create an enchanting echo space as the melodic and colourful Avec Muscles EP rises to greet the room.
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.
Increasingly proving as catchy as it is emotionally engaging and dreamy to escape into, Kiss Me Like The World Is Ending emerges like a timeless, addictive indie hit.
Seattle’s 100DAYS ignite a sense of unity and calm, with the wonderfully poetic, hypnotic and soothing tones of an aptly colourful Blue.
With stunning musicality throughout, a plethora of lyrical gems, and an overall embrace that naturally celebrates the album as an artform in and of itself, this is one worth knowing about.
This fusion of infectious melodies, familiar stylings, and refreshing contemplations makes for a winner of an indie track.
Attempting to introduce a band whose music does the job perfectly well is no easy task, but here goes – Posh deliver a clear sense of purpose, talent and audience awareness, and Plan B highlights these qualities beautifully.
Leading with authenticity of topic and pouring her truth into the process, artist and songwriter diet black delivers a series of contemporary alt-pop originals.