Instantly gripping surf-ready tones and a strong groove light up the alt-rock energy and embrace of this brand new anthem from Justine and the Unclean.
When worlds collide, the euphoric and dreamy embrace of ambient synths and the distortion, passion and pace of metal – Major Moment unite delicacy and weight, for Toxic.
Bringing things to a finish is a catchy stomp of a blues-rock anthem, a little Johnny Cash-like for one final twist of influence from across rock and folk’s history…
An ever-creative Shaney Poo brings together soul-pop, Gospel and industrial rhythms, for the uniquely melodic, emotive and colourful POM.
An ideal album for the blues-rock fans as much so as the deep thinkers and those who need a little nudge in the right direction sometimes.
Instantly warming in its seasonal downpour of guitars and colourful optimism, Jamie Dunphy and True North return with a gorgeously refreshing classic, in the form of an aptly-titled and well-timed Snowfall.
Robert Martino “I don’t think there’s anything in life that even comes close to the feeling of when I’m on stage.”
Following the release of his album and a plethora of singles and videos to match, rising artist and rapper Robert Martino – otherwise known as The Young Al Capone – kindly took part in an interview. We talk all things hip hop, from inspiration to bars to live performance, and plenty that falls in between. … Continued
Classic rock and roll sets the groove from the outset as Electric Standard capture their live sound beautifully, for Half of Half.
Gary Sohmers “The goal is to raise awareness of climate destruction, corporate corruption & narcissistic abuse of the planet.”
“I hope we can create a positive global change of perspective with music and theater.”
Big-band vibes and aptly theatrical performances light up the space for the music of this multi-coloured and catchy project Beasties: A Sci-Fi Rock Opera.
Introducing a personal favourite track from the month so far, Boston’s Electric Standard raise the bar in a subtle yet striking way.
They’re a band who offer a little more of themselves with each new release, and I’m Still Here speaks volumes on behalf of that quality.