Explosive guitar-work & heavy distortion meet with stylish riffs and a likeable level of space – conceptually & stylistically – as ARRAYS’ brand new album LIGHT YEARS pours into the room.
STONE have a bold way with structuring their songs, creating dramatic realms around listeners – prompting strong interest in a live show, whilst injecting a much-needed level of escapism into the room.
Taiwan’s 反覆墜落 Repeatdive return with a longer project of originals and a crisp, organic and emotive sound for this latest release.
Stylishly blending a clear love for the live scene and process as much so as for writing original, interesting songs, Fracture Lines impress increasingly throughout this new single.
Reigniting the rock-ballad, driving love-song format & feel of a simpler era, By Small Ruin are masters of the craft when it comes to songwriting.
Following the high-octane introduction that was Flip Out Zone, classic rock outfit The R Train further their live-show and creative reach with a brilliantly infectious ode to rock and roll.
Offering up a Brit-pop-inspired, punk-rock vocal lead, distant and soaked in reverb, The Upstairs Room reignites the sound of yesteryear, and presents listeners with a likably raw, authentic live sound.
Fantastic songwriting, with a uniquely layered, alt-rock style to it that increasingly invites interest in a live show.
Featuring an equally retro, nostalgic series of clips for the video, the release utilises poetic reflection to tell a tale of contemplation, big dreams and story-telling.
In short, Beautiful Crime cries out for all of us, and leaves a gaping silent void behind when it comes to an end.
This is the artist and composer lost in the moment, the guitarist at one with the guitar, and it feels partly reminiscent of a simpler time, partly of a genuinely new and exciting artistry.
Try to think back to the first time you heard a new band that you instantly fell in love with. The time is returning again, and Bullets & Knives are at the forefront.