Solid rock rhythms and distorted guitars kick up the pace in an instant, as Maryann Stefanik introduces her nostalgic punk and rock EP TIME.
Stylishly creative, conceptually evocative and all-round immersive to explore, Birds Aren’t Real features five captivating originals, devoted to a self-defined introspective on today’s world.
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.
Individuality as a band can be hard to achieve – particularly without sacrificing strength of songwriting, authenticity of topic, or skilful musicianship. Enter Petty Human Emotions, a contemporary punk-rock act with a fine fusion of elements to their style.
The lightness of indie shoegaze is quickly elevated by passionate and bold vocals, soon evolving into a wholly unexpected hard-rock realm as that passion rises further still – Torch The Hive provide the essential escapism we need right now.
Brief yet high-octane and both musically faultless and carefree in its authenticity and grit, this punk rock sound is quickly recognisable as The Stereoflowers.
Creatively unpredictable, imaginative and perhaps undefinable in the same instance – Ten Years Without Rami Holding depicts an array of stories relating to a photographer’s long-awaited return to Cheap City.
Live electric guitar-work gifts an immediately nostalgic indie vibe, as shoegaze alternatives Thee Peecock Angels deliver the brief yet striking EP Homebody.
Nine original anthems of live rock presence, fearless eclecticism and lyrical depth make up the aptly-titled new album from the Lurxx.
Austin’s Naga Brujo crank up the tempo and volume with faultless precision and passion united, as their four-track EP Canceled takes on the modern world with intensity and anthemic embrace alike.
Eat The Bugs is a contemporary punk-rock parody, devoted to questioning the recent global discussions around insects as food.
Taking no time at all to warm up, Nonstop to Cairo explode into action with their brilliantly energising fusion of hip hop, punk rock and funk