Having departed the rock and roll world with his former band, Head of the Herd, multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire, Neu Mannas, has embarked on his own solo musical project: Voldo Blanka. Moving in an entirely different direction from the blues-rock influences sound of Head of the Herd, Voldo embodies a wholly electronic vibe that sees bass-heavy tracks […]Read More Voldo Blanka ‘Go Your Way’
The fiery four piece that make up Temper Cartel are back with a hard hitting indie rock anthem that despite the name, is far from infantile. The boys from Oxford will send you on a thrill ride of in-your-face guitars and provocative lyricism. No punches are pulled in the band’s new single. Prior to the bands […]Read More Single Review: ‘Babysitter’ by Temper Cartel
Few bands have such an upsetting yet inspirational start-up story as the Brighton boys that make up indie pop quartet, Luna Blue. The tragic death of a close friend in 2015 due to a drunk driver, consequently gave life to the Chichester University graduates in the form of a fundraising single titled, Welcome Home, in […]Read More Single Review: Borrowed Words by Luna Blue
Hailing all the way from sunny Barcelona, indie-pop rockers, Pablo and The Appleheads, are stamping their name on the door of new music circles with their retro-inspired sound and new single ‘Zaida’. Front-man, Pablo Villavecchia was born into a world […]Read More Introducing: Pablo and The Appleheads
In the mid 90’s Oasis were the king of indie rock, they were fresh and made us reconsider our perception of what “Rock and roll” was. Of course once you make such an impact, you inspire millions of musicians over the next 20 years. Savannah seem to be one of these bands. On their new […]Read More Music In Review: Savannah’s ‘Taxing Times’
Indie pop is a busy genre these days, but we can’t say that there’s many indie pop duos lurking around like Ciircus Street – the double ‘i’ evidently alluding to the two main components of the group- Sam Brett and Jim Crowder. It was on an drink fuelled night going out to see a gig […]Read More Who are Ciircus Street?
Politically charged, austerity tackling, freedom of speech advocating and music liberating are just a few labels that can be given to Psychopathic Romantics new track, ‘The Gathering’. The Italian/American band consists of vocalist Mario Dust, guitarists Filippo Jr.Santoiemma and Augusto De Cesare and bass player, Vincenzo Tancredi. Despite Mario’s switch from drummer to lead singer […]Read More Track Review: ‘The Gathering’ by Psychopathic Romantics