Already the highlight of my day, Planet Peacock allow the natural swagger and creativity of distorted, soulful rock to pour through in an immediately hypnotic manner on this single.
The band’s leading vocalist offers a humble yet passionate delivery that lets these easy rhymes kick in with familiarity and intrigue alike; thus, the lyrics sink in quickly, the scene is set, and the mind wanders as prompted.
There’s an impressive level of unity between band members here – a quality that speaks volumes on behalf of their time together, their dedication to the cause, and their passion for the process.
Everything is wonderful about this, including the musicianship. Inevitably, it won’t be to everyone’s taste. But if you aren’t a little curious after reading this, you probably don’t deserve ears. It really is that good!
Brilliantly crafted, poignantly and passionately touching upon the angst and uncertainty of modern life, with impeccable performances from all involved – Let It All Burn is a quickly addictive new rock track, more than worth its weight right now amidst the mainstream contemporary landscape.
“The main thing we hope that people take away from Famous is just to be yourself and not get caught up in compromising who you are as an individual to keep up with the trends. That’s why it’s Punk rock.”
Leading with a raspy, gritty and tired yet soulful leading voice, but one that the band stylishly place far back within the mix – creating distance, quietness, a dreamlike quality – Pistol For Ringo emerge with an immediately humble and genuine nature.
The ever-creative and brilliantly unpredictable Johnny Stranger emerges this season with a project that’s been brewing since front-man Peter Anthony’s teen years. Stylishly re-imagining the the Tchaikovsky masterpiece, this new take on history’s infamous The Nutcracker sees the artist dive in with a full-throttle, distorted and awesomely energizing rock alternative to six well-known compositions. Don’t … Continued
arm Offensive in full is a blissfully strong project, which introduces Hannan as a rock band well worth knowing about as the genre re-connects with the mainstream over the coming years.
Long-time favourites, New Jersey’s hard-rock outfit These Wolves, storm back onto the scene this November with a brand new single and video release.
What starts out as a fairly simple, nostalgic and deeply introspective track – mellow emo-rock from the nineties comes to mind – soon evolves into a uniquely creative piece, which stylishly balances the delicacy of indie-pop with the absolute grit and roar of metal.
Multi-instrumentalist and apparent game-show fanatic Cedric Rokkgod celebrates all things Alex Trebek and punk-rock combined on this latest single.