The rising music of today has managed to capture a raw and rootsy feeling that comes hand in hand with the DIY approach that most artists take now.
Jonny Dee has been playing around his local scene for a few years now, and with talent for songwriting, and standing out in today’s market. Jonny Dee’s adolescence like attitude, mix with his laid back vocal style combine to bring the youthful edginess to music.
The release of his brand new album ‘The Human Experience’, which features tracks such as ‘Feedback’ and ‘A ways away’, has been gaining buzz for a while now, and with its release fully underway and complete, there is no excuse for you not to listen to it!
Punk Rock powerhouse Wartoad have been hard at work with the recent release of a brand new full length album, however, as well as that, they have put out their cover of the Cliff Richard’s 2002 favourite ‘Move It’, and its dark, deranged and we are loving it!
Providing us with a new take on this upbeat pop rock gem really shows that Wartoad have managed to diversify themselves enough to create buzz around what they have to offer. With this acoustic, heavy and pounding cover, the guys over in Wartaod are sure to be paving the way for a new generation of punk rockers!
So be sure to check them out:
This is quite an exciting in up and coming music, as well as young singers and stars in the making, however, it takes an established musician to give the younger generations a shot.
Ex Massive Attack guitarist and co have been on the grind to create something powerful and impressive to follow up from their 2017 EP ‘Ocean Blues’, ultimately coming to the completion of their brand new single ‘Somewhere Somebody’.
This track highlights the effects that bullying can have on those who are victim to its mean and horrible acts. To help convey the message, Tryzdin Grubbs, a young singer in the USA, who became an internet sensation after singing an Adele song to his friends and family.
With a powerful ensemble, the stance against bullying is only getting stronger, and we thank you Saint Mars!
That’s right, you’ll have the chance to hear great tunes live for the release for their brand new EP ‘Oceans Of Noise’.
On the 27th of January, melodic Metal band Oceans of Noise will be playing the London’s ultra-hip Omeara, with the official EP drop having taken place today, this is the perfect way to top off your Oceans Of Noise weekend.
Their EP features great tracks such as ‘Age Of Ghouls’, which make it to the top of my personal favorites from the EP.
So if you don’t want to miss out, be sure to get yourself down to London and celebrate the release with the band!
Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/oceans-of-noise/1296282833
With social divide, negative political impact and war raging on, people look to leaders, artists and professionals to guide them into the light, and this time Anarchy Reigns are taking a shot at being the voice of the people.
The new track ‘Hypocrisy’ is a gritty, politically charged, fury fueled anthem. The boys from Anarchy Reigns have constructed an opus which is fantastically delivered, and received with open arms.
The heavy gain and volume turned up to 11, the phat and fuzzy classic metal sounds and the melodic sorcery that hitch so brilliantly conveys, all come together to make this track, and we are so glad that they did.
Be sure to check out the track as well as all the other great content coming from the Anarchy Reigns camp:
There’s a new breed of activist in town, and hes coming to us with a classic tune for all of those subject to discrimination or hate, just because they were born differently.
The track “So Gay” can be seen in a few different ways, for example, one could see it as a invitation to accept yourself and others for who they are, and others may just see this song as a big middle finger to those who have already acted harshly against anyone a part of the LGBTQ community.
The track itself draws from lots of different styles, drawing from inspirations from around the globe. With a Blues styled husk, Hunter sings the lyrics with strength and passion, while the instrumentation has military nuances, the inclusion of guitars, and a heavy Bass section culminating in this momentous opus.
So be sure to check Hunter out:
“Reminisce”, a new single from Donegan (a band, not a person…although it’s a person as well…we’ll explain later) has finally seen the light of day, some twenty years since its inception. Whilst this may not break any musical gestation records, it’s refreshing to see musicians releasing material that has taken such a significant effort to create.
The track has a quaint Englishness to it, both in an obvious sense (the vocal accent) and stylistically (a coy tweeness and a very mannered construction) which is either endearing or off-putting, depending on your tastes. May well appeal to fans of indie singer-songwriting artists and collectives who veer towards the gentler end of the musical spectrum.
As hinted at, Donegan comprises of two family members, Thomas and Emmet, who handle all instrumental and vocal chores between them. “Reminisce” will appear on Donegan’s album, “First XI”, which is due out later in 2018.