MoRo are a four-piece indie-pop band from London. Expect big, epic sounding tunes, often layered with deliciously, dark undertones, stadium worthy, in my opinion. They effortlessly combine indie and pop melodies with tight guitar riffs and anthemic drum sections to make a sound that can only be described as simply addictive.
Deadbeat Darling are a four-piece from New York comprising of Joseph King, Mohit Bhansali, Evan Howard and Ian Everall. At it’s core, their sound is very much Rock n Roll, fuelled with elements of surf and dub, but at the same time often tinged with a frivolous but gritty edge. Making Deadbeat Darling the band that […]
David Liversidge is a singer-songwriter from Manchester. Just with an acoustic guitar, he can produce some of the most beautiful melodies I’ve ever heard. His blend of acoustic pop and uplifting lyrics create the perfect combination with his soothing vocals, the light and shade in his voice effortlessly creates a moment that no other artist can […]
King Cannons are a band from Melbourne, Australia. They bring something that’s been missing from the music scene for a while: pure, raw rock n roll. They make heavy-hitting, rebellious rock anthems, which have to be played at full volume for full effect. The lyrics encompass the plight and fight of living in the world today, the honesty in their […]
The Kill Van Kulls are another of Manchester’s up and coming bands, one not to be missed. Their music encompasses the lost but not forgotten 80’s era of catchy electro-pop infused tunes and adds a slight indie edge to it.
The Slow Readers Club are a four-piece from Manchester, and are a great credit to Manchester’s music scene. Melancholic lyrics intertwined with an anthemic, orchestral sound is what makes them so powerful, in my mind. With songs like Block Out The Sun, One More Minute and Follow Me Down, they are unstoppable. The slow-burning intensity of Block Out The Sun by […]