Vocally supreme, Mat D has the talent to take his music to bigger stages. The fact that the writing and clear devotion to the performance are so faultlessly in keeping with the high bar set by that voice, is simply the icing on top.
Stylishly fusing the distortion and weight of indie rock with a surprinsgly delicate vocal lead, The Veer inject a clear degree of identity and character into the modern music scene, with the infectious and refreshingly original What She Wants.
The self-reflection is uninhibited, in both performance and lyric, and once again it’s this willingness to be entirely and unapologetically real that elevates the band considerably.
The rising rock force that is 100 Watt Shine impressively collaborate with the one and only Peter Stroud (Sheryl Crow’s guitarist) for this stylish, foot-stomping anthem The Devil You Don’t Know.
“I still struggle with repeating choruses for some reason, but, hey, it’s a work in progress.”
Slowly emerging rock vibes create a stylish groove and lead with a brilliantly infectious riff as JOHNSON LIVINGSTONE deliver a simple outline on living life to the fullest.
“We’re a band for the people. We know life has its ups and downs, and we’re not going to pretend that it doesn’t have those highs and lows.”
The unique sound of Winchester 7 & the Runners emerges this season with that unmistakable ukulele pop-rock presence and some of their best songwriting yet.
“I’m rather accomplished in martial arts. I’d guess you wouldn’t expect it, but I’m a black sash (belt) instructor of a style of Wing Chun kung fu, actually. I teach it to my daughter to help her be capable of defending herself.”
South Wales creatives The Vanities release the superb track London, from their latest album 2001, as a stand-alone single – and to vast critical acclaim…
An explosive rock anthem of unavoidably infectious presence, Finger on the Trigger is a mighty debut that’s as gritty and bold as it is rhythmically and melodically memorable.
Introducing a stunning ode to the 20th anniversary of George Harrison’s passing, Ferris Durden take on another timeless classic, rebuilding While My Guitar Gently Weeps in a beautifully moving way.