Cult Of Indigo are an alternative pop-rock group of 20-somethings from all corners of Sydney. With musical foundations built on classic rock- their individual pop, post-modern and punk influences join forces to create something for everyone. Reminiscent of earlier influences such as The Cranberries, Hole, and Pixies yet also fitting perfectly into the current wave of rock revival along with WAAX, Tired Lion, Cry Club, The Buoys & Maggie Lindemann. The new single ‘Without’ details the blossoming of love in sweet melodies, juxtaposed by good old grungy guitars, driving bass riffs and killer drums. If you want to feel like you’re the main character in a 90s teen romcom, you’ve come to the right band.
Up All Night
Pent Up! is an alternative Rock band from Seattle, United States. "Up All Night" Stands as their 4th studio release, and the first featuring the addition of guitarist Nick Kurtz. This song was recorded in the middle of the summer heat in an un-air conditioned studio with the band playing live - no click tracks, just pure energy... and a lot of sweat. No blood. Possibly a tear or two, but we couldn't be sure thru all that sweat.
"Old Days" is the latest single from the gloriously unfashionable rock band Hole Tripper and it was recently released on Friday 18 August 2023. This song has a few departures from their previous material but retaining a definitively Hole Tripper sound. The addition of Zen Master Alan Watts’ voice-over split the room initially, but it fits like a glove in the final take both sonically and in relevance of the material itself. The song is about being sick of looking backwards, getting into a fight with death, punching it in the face and then powering on. The old days are gone but that doesn’t mean that you need to get stuck in a negativity vortex and can’t punch your way out of it – whether that approach works or not will be a recurrent theme in future releases.
"Modern Casanova" marks The Brass Bambees' first studio work ever released. In a remarkably short span, it has effortlessly seized the fascination of countless global listeners and garnered praise from the specialized music critic. The Brass Bambees have made a deliberate choice to forge ahead on their musical odyssey with this latest composition, enriching their already promising repertoire. The track reflects the purest essence of a garage rock sound, seamlessly blending different genres ranging from punk rock and post-punk to indie rock and 90’s grunge.
Everything in the Wrong Place
Singer-songwriter John Tibbits has unveiled his captivating new single, "Everything in the Wrong Place." With roots in Birmingham and now thriving in London, Tibbits' musical journey is marked by evolution, innovation, and a profound understanding of the challenges that songwriting can entail. "Everything in the Wrong Place" serves as a poignant exploration of the creative process's trials and tribulations. The song delves into the very frustrations that songwriting can sometimes conjure—be it the formidable writer's block or the ever-present allure to mimic the work of one's musical idols. Tibbits' lyricism offers an authentic window into these internal struggles, resonating with fellow artists and music enthusiasts who have encountered similar obstacles. At the heart of the single lies Tibbits' transformation as an artist. Departing from his folk origins, the track embraces an alternative/indie rock soundscape that signals his growth and willingness to step outside his comfort zone.
Kelsie Kimberlin is an American-Ukrainian singer who lives in Washington, DC. She recently visited Ukraine to demonstrate her strong support for her other homeland, Ukraine, in this time of Russia's brutal war against them. For several weeks, she has been doing a lot of humanitarian work - visiting the Ukrainian military, a hospital, a refugee center, orphanages, filming the consequences of the heinous crimes of the russian army on their territory. In this way "Armageddon" is a powerful anthem of resilience and hope and it serves as a testament to Ukraine's unwavering determination to prevent the impending Armageddon that was set in motion in 2014 and escalated in 2022. Inspired by President Zelensky's impassioned call at the Grammy's, urging artists to unite in support of Ukraine, "Armageddon" is Kelsie's contribution to this critical cause.
With an aggressive and spine-chilling sound, the guys from Burning the Sickness, hailing from Curicó, Chile, promise to shake you with this single. Drawing influences from bands from the other side of the world, Burning the Sickness possesses a powerful sound that prominently features low tunings and downtempo breakdowns. "Heroes" is the second promotional single from their debut studio album titled "Abyss," set to be released in december 2023.et to be released later this year in 2023.
Since forming in 2015 Harker have established themselves as a UK heavyweight of the punk scene, with two killer full length albums released worldwide through notable labels such as Wiretap Records (US), Paper + Plastick (US), Fixing a Hole (JP).
"Medicine" is harker's third of four singles they are releasing in 2023 starting with ‘Wasting
Time’ that came out in March and ‘Out The Window’ in June, both to rave reviews.
Inspired by the current state of the UKs post lockdown climate, "Medicine" is a furious protest anthem pushing back against politicians cashing out on the misery of working class people and capturing the anger of a country currently rifting through a class struggle. This song was recorded at Southsea Sound in Portsmouth and produced by Tim Greaves and it was mastered by Stephen Kerrision.
Hostile Array is a metalcore and post-hardcore band originating from Maryland, United States. It was formed in 2017 and has gained recognition for its aggressive music and socially and politically charged lyrics. The band lineup includes Brendan Frey on lead vocals, Garrison Frey on guitar and backing vocals, Hector Fernandez on guitar, Brody Barbour on bass, and Fredy Menjivar on drums. They have released a studio album titled "Hostile Array" in 2017, which includes songs like "Devoid," "Newspeak," and "Warmonger," as well as several promotional singles. One of their standout singles is "Heavy," which is part of their latest EP titled "Trauma."
"Venom" by the american metalcore band In Shallows, is a captivating song that talks about an intense and self-destructive emotional experience in a relationship. The lyrics depict the protagonist struggling with negative feelings and an addiction or dependency on someone who harms them. The metaphor of "venom" is used to represent the toxic and detrimental influence that person has on the protagonist's life. Throughout the song, there is a sense of being trapped, and how this feeling gradually deteriorates their emotional well-being.