Just eight tracks in total but an immense collection nonetheless, The Encore You Didn’t Ask For highlights the most comfortably genuine version of Tough On Fridays we’ve perhaps ever seen.
Hypnotically blending distortion and melody to a passionate and immersive degree, EyeeTee brings the energy, intensity and heart to modern rap and rock-fusion.
When a band whole-heartedly embrace the process and even lose themselves within it, so too can their audience.
Kristi manages the delicate nuances and heavier rock lifts with equal precision and soul – it’s subtle but effective, making all eight of these original songs a natural pleasure to escape into.
Boldly fusing the organic and electronic realms of unignorable rock, Neel Dani explodes onto the scene, with the intricately crafted and finely juxtaposed Jaded.
Freshly released from the creative corner that forever fuses passion and talent to a mighty degree, songwriter Stevski7 releases the grunge-esque tones, contemplative lyrics and outright roar of Hazed Again.
Songs of pain sung with joy and devotion to the moment. An inspiring release, boldly personal yet broadly accessible, offering some of the very best tracks and performances of his career.
Their sixth album to date, Audio Surrender marks 20 years of music from Pistol For Ringo, and celebrates their unrivaled devotion, passion and skill in a timeless and impressive manner.
Cascading electric guitars and crisp, upfront live drums guide us hypnotically into the classic rock and roll sound of Greg Hoy and The Boys.
MILHE is a master of songwriting, across releases, but here that’s celebrated alongside a clearly masterful approach to musicianship and sound-design.
Nine original anthems of live rock presence, fearless eclecticism and lyrical depth make up the aptly-titled new album from the Lurxx.
Blending the bare essentials of songwriting strength, performative passion and the classic build-up of immersive indie-rock, Cigarette Social Club are relighting the scene