Birmingham’s Tash Hagz takes scene-setting and story-telling to compelling new levels with this energising new indie-rock track.
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Kicking off a brand new chapter in their journey, with a fresh line-up and a whole new hit of enthusiasm, indie rockers Jimmy B and the Death Rattles keep things raw and upfront with this catchy new release.
Story-telling and immersive, bold sound-design unite with intriguing phrasings and ideas for a powerfully unique single; one that quickly takes you back in time.
Storytellers and stunning musicians all at once, The Grassland Sinners blend the comforting sound of yesteryear with creative structuring that proves unpredictable and brilliantly entertaining all at once.
Retro psychedelic visuals meet with a surprisingly heavy fusion of fuzzy guitars, bass and absolute pace for this classic rock and roll explosion that is Can’t Breathe.
The whip-smart lyrics and confidence and swagger and unconventional arrangements all feed in to a portrait of an artist with clear ideas and the nous to pull them off.
Superb vocals guide us through the twists and turns of this emotional and musically immersive rock journey. Listen loud.
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.
Infectious blues rock and roll pours through for this superb new single from alternatives Psychocide.
Originally written by Steve Winwood and Traffic, Dear Mr. Fantasy gets a fresh makeover – forming yet another addictive classic from rock’s one and only The R Train.
Beautifully seductive verses pave the way alongside subtle yet satisfying guitar work, and always there’s this impressive, genuine core of intention & integrity to the writing & performance style.
“Ultimately, we went with garage rock because it’s much easier to disguise our lack of talent and musical ability with loud guitars and fuzzy distortion. Also, now, we can wear leather pants and not have to justify it.”