Rolling Stone: From Teasing fans to their 60th Anniversary tour “SIXTY”

“The Stones just keep on rolling! We are thrilled to announce the Rolling Stones 2022 Tour!” – and just like that the Rolling Stones are back!  Can you believe that it’s been six decades of getting the crowds on their feet and of celebrating Rock’n’Roll while writing history? Well, the legendary Band “The Rolling Stones” […]

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Icarus’ ‘Castaway At Best’ is a sincere, searing new sound for UK Metal

From the outside metal can feel like a difficult, insular community to engage with. It’s assertive, subgenres spawn subgenres (you better know the differences), even some album covers are totally indescifrable.  But scratch the surface and you realise audiences the world over flock to it for the same reason as every other outsider genre – […]

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Alan Mair keeps making hits with the glittery, 80s infused ‘Eyes to the Sky’

When you’ve been rocking as long as Alan Mair, you learn a thing or two. He first appeared as bassist for ‘The Beatstalkers’ (“Scotland’s first-ever pop stars”) before joining power-pop outfit ‘The Only Ones’ in 1978. His new hit is an accumulation of all that and more. ‘Eyes to the Sky’ keeps up the dreamy, […]

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Hitting heavy with a relentlessly raw sound, ‘Laundering Diamonds’ is the latest release from industrial rockers Purple Glass

Industrial music is a fractious, varied genre under which you can find discordant walls of noise as well as Gary Numan. What unites it, isn’t just a brash attitude, but a keen sense of experimentation. Purple Glass show both on this tune.  Lacking the chunky, droning synth of their 2018 EP, ‘Blood Stained Glass’ (which […]

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Punt Guns serve up sinister, spacey rock-opera on Nemesis

‘Nemesis’ is a brooding piece of cyber rock that flirts with both spy and sci-fi sensibilities. Punt Guns have aimed for a cinematic sound, and Nemesis oozes it. Lyrics are sparse, but the impressive tones from the two-pieces baritone guitar and six-string bass do enough talking. Foreboding, you could imagine it being a staple on […]

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Brazilian Metal Trio ‘Pentral’ finally unshackle their new single ‘Silent Trees’.

Pentral will finally break suspense on 5th March 2021 and give the world a taster of what to expect on their eagerly anticipated album ‘What Lies Ahead of Us’, with the release of the compulsive single ‘Silent Trees’. I was one of the lucky few who has been able to have this wonderful single bestowed […]

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Indie Hits: The best new Indie releases delivered to your Spotify weekly

Get the best new indie hits that everyones talking about delivered directly to your Spotify every week. Make sure to follow our playlist and check out this weeks additions below: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2tu0Yx2N6oyHRf0aEBjQEy?si=IXoqCbwISkG5FVqvZclLMw First up we have ‘Don’t Wanna’, the title track from American sister act HAIM’s new album. The track sticks to their soft indie rock […]

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Straight out of Moscow: The Russian Indie Rock band taking the world by storm

Apache Rose are the Russian Indie Rock band everyone’s talking about. They’re quickly growing a global fanbase and taking the world by storm, and we can see why. Their catchy, melodic style is effortlessly cool and easy to listen to, seamlessly blending the addictive nature of the Beatles with the laid-back swagger of The Strokes.

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Broken Islands Instigate WARS

From the rainy remoteness of Vancouver come Broken Islands, who combine the ruggedness and starkness of their surroundings with an intensity and burning rage which results in one of the most arresting debuts in the last twelve months. Lead track, “No-one Left to Kill” perfectly encapsulates the blitzkreig of their sound: from the innocuous spiky […]

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