The Estonian five-piece band makes a virtue out of simplicity: fuzzy guitar workouts and lamenting folky compositions are often suffused in a detached languor that reminisces a ‘90s alternative pop-rock. And, just like their predecessors did (especially bands like Mazzy Star and Galaxie 500), Holy Motors’ textures recall the drug-induced states of vintage psychedelia and Velvet Underground’s droning art-rock.
With their debut album, Slow Sundown, released in February 2018 on Wharf Cat records, the band stays true to the dream pop genre, while exploring its darker side. With the follow-up to their 2018 debut ‘Slow Sundown’ set to arrive on 16th October, Holy Motors are giving us the latest glimpse at what ‘Horse’ will hold, sharing new song ‘Trouble’.
FAV for “post punk”, RT for “art rock”. As Black Country, New Road can’t decide what label best suits their music, asking their ever-increasing legion of fans doesn’t seem like a bad idea. Although, thinking again, the British sextet does well to keep us in a constant state of doubt as to what their next change of direction will be: a torrent of absolutely free sax, meta-pop nods (there are references to Scott Walker and Richard Hell in the lyrics), some words mumbled by a narrator on the verge of madness and seconds of silence that weigh a ton. The only (and exciting) certainty that the band transmits is the same you can find in the blood tests of Squid and Black Midi: right now, the waters of the Thames flow with the same no wave turbulence as the Hudson at the end of the seventies.
The Pale White are a three piece indie rock band from Newcastle, UK. Comprised of brothers Adam (Lead Vocals, Guitar) and Jack Hope (Drums), and long time friend Tom Booth(Bass), the trio have fast been gaining attention for their signature melodic guitar work, thunderous rhythm section and magnetic live shows.
Following on from the love and support for their recent cuts ‘Swim For Your Life’ and ‘Polaroid’, Newcastle’s The Pale White return with a brand new single.
The new track ‘Take Your Time’ sees the trio step back from their heavier roots in pursuit of something more melodic and anthemic throughout. Filled with sweeping harmonies and bold hooks, this feels like the dawn of something new from the heavily-hyped outfit.
Woodson Black, aka Haux is an electro-acoustic musician and songwriter currently based in The Berkshires, a region located between Massachusetts and Connecticut. Fusing together elements of folk, electronica and ambient music, Haux delicately balances these influences amidst imaginative field recordings and celestial soundscapes.
Haux released his debut EP titled All We’ve Known via Akira Records in 2016, producing each song, photo, video, and design. Since capturing the hearts of many, This year Haux has released his debut album Violence in a Quiet Mind.
Pure Norwegian Punky Sweetness. A punk attitude combined with a nerdy knowledge of pop history, makes for an explosive package often compared to Le Tigre, Deerhoof and Duchess Says. Sweet sing-song vocals are mixed with intense grooves, bouncy guitars and crazy riffs, and make Pom Poko a feat to behold live. Reduce the testosterone, increase the sugar rush, and get ready for this K-PUNK explosion.
Following last year’s debut ‘Birthday’, Norway’s Pom Poko have confirmed that their second album ‘Cheater’ is set to arrive on 6th November via Bella Union! Listen their brand new single ‘Andrew.’
The Cribs are an English indie rock band formed back in early 2002 in Wakefield‚ The Cribs‚ twin brothers Gary and Ryan and younger sibling Ross first came to light with their debut release ‘You & I’
The Cribs have announced their new album, Night Network. It’s set for arrival November 13th, 2020 through Sonic Blew/[PIAS].
The forthcoming record serves as their eighth overall and follow-up to 2017’s 24-7 Rock Star Shit. More importantly, it marks the return of a British band that almost called it quits after an exhausting business matter involving their management.
Their music hides the curious combination of the classical air and a look towards tomorrow. It is an impeccable but unpredictable style that invites endless possibilities to be imagined. The brothers invite you to face the emotion of escaping or the negative of remaining in a place for a certain time.
Rocky Lynch is one of the best known guitarists in the United States and he was one of the founders of R5. Ross Lynch is also a songwriter and dancer and stands out for his facet as an actor, having participated in the successful ten series on the Disney Channel, Austin & Ally playing Austin Moon and now, for his role as Harvey Kinkle in the Netflix series, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
The union of the talent of both brothers has led them to compose great hits, such as their album, X, with singles like Preacher Man, Afterglow, Low, Feel You Now, Welcome to the End of Your Life, A Kiss or Forever Always.