A truly exciting band who have been likened to some of the shining lights of UK indie, Vida are a British four piece who are going places. Drawing comparisons to a wide ranging indie catalogue, including the likes of Oasis, Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian, The Black Keys, Miles Kane and more, their growing reputation has seen … Continue reading Vida incredible double single – ‘Electric Lady’/’Fade Away’
An acoustic-folk singer-songwriter, Sandy Kilpatrick is now Portugal based having been born and raised in Scotland. His new album, ‘The Shaman’s Call’, is the latest stunning release in a career that has grown organically over time, with his sound echoing great songwriters as wide ranging as David Bowie and Damien Rice, while retaining his own … Continue reading Sandy Kilpatrick single – ‘Your Love is a Weapon’ and ‘The Shaman’s Call’ album!
Estranged AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd will not be joining the band for their gigs in New Zealand, tour manager Garry Van Egmond has confirmed. In April, Rudd pleaded guilty to charges of threatening to kill and possession of methamphetamine and cannabis. Rudd has been unable to play live with AC/DC on their current world tour … Continue reading AC/DC tour manager confirms drummer Phil Rudd will not play with band in New Zealand
Made up of Scott Wade, Damian ‘Virgil’ Ward and Sulene Fleming. None of these are strangers to the spotlight, with Damian’s previous band V-Capri achieving recognisable success in his home city of Perth, with 6 top-10 singles, and a no. 77 on the UK charts, and Scott recently rubbing shoulders with Ed Milliband at a … Continue reading kINKY dOVE – Set to Take Off!
“Absolutely Howling” – Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music Totem Terrors have released the free download track ‘Big E’, taken from their second album, Hard Science, released 29th June 2015 via Diet Pops. A masterclass in anthemic, minimalist alternative rock, Big E’ holds nothing back, kicking-off with a glorious smear of distortion and needle-sharp guitar, as … Continue reading Download ‘Big E’ by Totem Terrors now!.
Hailing from Benson, Minnesota, alt-rock, family band, Tiny Moving Parts, have just released a brand new video from their most recent output, ‘Pleasant Living‘. The band is made up of Dylan Matthesienand his two cousin’s, Matt & Billy Chevalier, who created this band over their years of growing up together, having fun and playing music! The … Continue reading Tiny Moving Parts
The band play BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury and Field Day among other festivals this summer Matthew and Me create alternative pop of a delicate nature, serene and intimate at times with an unnerving ability to enter the titanic and bold. New single ‘Kitsune’ is the another brave illustration of this, beginning sweetly with Board’s vocal riding atop a docile guitar mantra, before erupting into … Continue reading Matthew And Me Launch New Single ‘Kitsune’ & Announce Glastonbury Appearance
“Upon listening we can imagine Fleetwood Mac with Natasha Khan fronting getting real familiar with the works of The National” Killing Moon “If you like the sounds of Chvrches you’ll love this” John Kennedy XFM “Sounds like London Grammar fronted by Stevie Nicks” Breaking More Waves GØSPEL is London based trio Beth Anderton-Allen, Will Pennel and … Continue reading GØSPEL ‘AIN’T GONNA LET YOU IN’ Single
The Brand New Single out June 8th “Explosive – if you’re into huge British rock akin to the likes of Young Guns and Mallory Knox then check it out!– Kerrang! Magazine Explosive Black Country 5-piece EofE continue to blaze a trail letting loose another striking video, this time for their brand new single ‘Wake Up’ (listen here), which … Continue reading EOFE – ‘WAKE UP’
A Gold-selling, #1 album in their native Ireland Nominated for ‘Best Album’ in the Meteor Prize – the Irish version of The Mercury Prize It’s been an incredible 2015 so far for the Dublin four-piece who represented national broadcaster RTE at Eurosonic in January and then secured nominations at The Meteor Choice Music Prize awards … Continue reading The Riptide Movement – Debut Album ‘Getting Through’