three piece rock and roll band from London fusing American, bluesy rock and roll with British attitude. Started in East London in early 2018 with Max (guitar and vocals), Lauro (bass and vocals) and Cal (drums). Heavily inspired by the cool, heavy blues rock of White Stripes, Black Keys and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club but throwing in the British, aggression and attitude of early Arctic Monkeys and Oasis.
Band that lives in an attic in Islington, sort of sounds like everything you've ever heard but with less finesse. We like Stone Roses, Libertines, Daniel Johnston, Pink Floyd, Billy Childish, etc. Our music is here- https://www.facebook.com/itsthesoultraders/
“Gardenback are three-piece band from Oldham, consisting of Ellis James, Neil James and Jacob James, who create psychedelic influenced anthemic garage rock. With a noisy guitar, melodic bass and powerful drums, they reflect upon what they know best; ambition, frustration and ultimately disappointment.”
4-piece alternative rock band from Preston formed in 2015. We play fast-paced and energetic, but melodic, rock. The band have played some good gigs locally, including at Lancaster Music Festival and Chorley Live and are looking to move onto bigger and better things this year. We play music for the love of it
Three piece indie-rock outfit calling from Oxford, creating raw music about the inevitable events of youth, sometimes gloomy lyrics are juxtaposed with vibrant and upbeat melodies. Consisting of 3 best friends we formed Lacuna Common to share our passion of music with the hope of creating the same reaction that we had given some of our favourite bands.
Jabz is a young and very talented artist from Abbey wood, Southeast London he has been doing music since the age of 12 but has only took it seriously In the past 3 years. He has been building his name on the grime radio circuit and has reached stations such as Rinse Fm & Reprezent radio and has also had music played on the prestigious BBC radio 1 so the hard work is evident, from the small time underground Internet radio stations very far from home and very late at night to plays on the BBC radio 1 the work has been none stop and will not stop here.
Self Help, recently tipped by prominent Oxford music monthly Nightshift and BBC Introducing as “new local band most likely-to-be”, have got a name for themselves for their energetic live shows. Self Help was born in Oxford in 2017, when guitarist/singer Danny met drummer Silke and the pair realised a shared love for clever, in your face rock and roll. The duo were soon joined by bassist Lizzie and guitarist Sean, who had also found refuge in the Oxford music scene.
When little Triggers first hit the UK scene in 2016 they instantly brought with them a revived feeling that guitar music still has something to offer. Amid a musical landscape awash with pristine pop and lightweight indie rock, the Merseyside four piece offer hope for something fresh, original but more importantly, for something that is bold and brash. Here is a band unashamed of brandishing the rock n roll label.
4 PIECE ALTERNATIVE ROCK OUTFIT FROM THE MEAN STREETS OF MERSEYSIDE, INFLUENCED BY A WIDE RANGE OF STYLES FROM PUNK ROCK TO THE DOWNRIGHT WEIRD, AN ORIGINAL SOUND WITH GENUINE HEART.
‘Hidden White Noise are a Leeds based trio making abrasive, blues fused garage rock with some late seventies punk and southern rock influences, take MC5 & the stooges, creedence with the angst of early motorhead. A band who aren't afraid to trade on their roots or be labelled revivalist, who's sound is simple but direct. Modern music seems to try its best to capture something unique that it forgets what is necessary about a song: hooks, riffs, groove and feel with melody and heart, hidden white noise mantra is to deliver songs that won’t go away.