Bleak sonic soundscapes that also shine with waves of melodic passages making this a compelling debut album for German band Neànder.
Frøkedal Announces Tour Dates Norwegian artist Frøkedal has officially announced tour dates for next year. The live dates will see Frøkedal play a few dates in Germany and the UK, with additional dates held in Norway. The tour will include continue →
Monster Jaw Call Time On Their Career As 2015 starts to draw to a close, another band decides to call time on their career. After three years of recording and performing live, alternative rock band, Monster Jaw, officially announced their continue →
Live Date for The Tall Grass The Tall Grass, comprising of Peter Fenton and Jamie Hutchings, will be performing this Friday night (27/11) at The Gasoline Pony in Marrickville, Australia. With the duo adding the final touches to their debut continue →
New Interview With Monster Youth It was down to bass player, Koen De Gendt, that Famous Last Words (FLW) received its first hearing of indie band Monster Youth. As word soon spread, FLW returned the call with a request for continue →
In Time With TimeKillers Latest interview to arrive at Famous Last Words (FLW) is with TimeKillers. After impressing FLW greatly with their debut album, ‘Dead City Dreams’, it was left to FLW to seek out these punk rockers from Finland continue →
A Two-Way Split Between Moving Mountains And Prawn There is a split release on the way from Triple Crown Records featuring Moving Mountains and Prawn. Both tracks selected for this two-way release are new tracks, and set for official release continue →
Debut Album On The Way From Cold Sweats Currently active promoting third single ‘Hater Failure’ from their forthcoming debut album ‘Social Coma’, New York trio, Cold Sweats, look set to release the full album later this week. With ‘Social Coma’ continue →
Devinyl Splits No. 4 Featuring Cymbals Eat Guitars Continuing the Devinyl Splits series, which is a set of six releases issued on 7″ vinyl and featuring Kevin Devine teaming up with a different partner for every release, Cymbals Eat Guitars continue →
Gluefoot Reflect On Grangetown With a sound that is more akin to the cities of Boston and Seattle rather than Bristol and near neighbour Cardiff (UK), new pop-punk/grunge trio Gluefoot is ready to unleash their noise for a second time continue →
Basement Ready With New Album Next year will be a fresh start of sorts for Basement after deciding to take a break back in 2012, shortly after the release of their debut album ‘Colourmeinkindness’ that actually went on to sell continue →
Val Hollie With Debut EP In preparation for a full-length album, New Orleans’ Val Hollie (real name Peter Campanelli) is ready to release his debut EP of the same name. By teaming up with Ross Farbe (Video Age), who was continue →
A superb collection of alternative country that sees it’s main players more than happy to sit in the shadows and let the songs do the talking.
More than rockabilly, in fact, quite a bit more as this is rock ‘n’ roll with blues, garage and punk thrown in as well and ending up with an assured debut album.
Twisted Rod has certainly done it again and produced a whirlwind of rockin’ rockabilly and rock ‘n’ roll with current album ‘One In A Million’.
There’s not a dud track to be had here as the various artists selected for ‘Southern Bred: Mississippi R&B Rockers Vol.4’ maintain a high level of quality via a mixture of blues and rhythm and blues.
There’s much to take in during West My Friend’s new long player and it’s all good!
Another volume and another successful formula of blues and rhythm and blues as far as ‘Southern Bred: Mississippi R&B Rockers Vol.5’ goes.
Societal and environmental issues feature during Rachael Dadd’s latest album that is also rich in musical experimentation.
It’s certainly a mixed bag of styles that flows throughout the album ‘Sweet Thing ‘and therefore offering something for all blues and rhythm and blues supporters, but when the traditional route is given some airtime, then it’s where Bonita & The Blues Shacks truly shine.
The Ragtime Wranglers and this double-sided single, they wake up the neighbourhood with good reason because this is rock ‘n’ roll worth getting excited about.