Category Archive: Rock, Indie & More

Get By Easy Does It

Rough around the edges, unadulterated, American rock music. That’s Atlantic City’s Easy Does It in a nutshell, and their newest “GET” is an essential summer soundtrack. Blending Southern Rock sensibilities with West Coast rap… Continue reading

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Play By Affairs

Having launched into 2015 with two well received singles Brothers and Blood Science, Manchester band Affairs return with their new single Play – a melancholic synth-pop anthem featuring Jim Robinson’s signature vocal style. The… Continue reading

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Could You Get Me To Tomorrow by The Bandicoots

The Bandicoots is a Canadian band, from Hamilton, comprised of  Nicolai Kozel (lead guitar), Andrew Parkinson (drums), Lorant Polya (bass), Justin Ross (vocals/rhythm guitar), that provides a brit indie style. “Could You Get Me To Tomorrow?” is… Continue reading

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Memory Man by Juke Jaxon

Meeting on the London underground in summer of 2014, Jack Moore and Ben Hawthorne discovered a mutual interest for classic British sounds and the 60’s Motown greats. Then, like many others before, took… Continue reading

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Eastern Rise by Terence Jack

Terence Jack, lead singer of the band with the same name (comprised of Terence Jack – Vocals / Guitar / Weissenborn, Mike Noble – Bass, Djavin Bowen – Keys / Vocals, Cam Stephens – Drums /… Continue reading

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Bleached Out By The Gloomies

Following 2015 debut single “LSD,” The Gloomies have shared the first new single from the Blackout EP, via Thrill Me Records. The new project finds the band in a very different state of mind,… Continue reading

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A Dream + Weathering by Delta Will

Following Manic Pulse first song, Delta Will shared the last track called A Dream, which is part of band’s forthcoming album Weathering, scheduled to be released on March, 18th. A song about the “inability to distinguish between waking life and dream”… Continue reading

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Fly Moon Royalty: the return of R&B

Dichotomy in a partnership is always tricky, but not for Seattle’s Fly Moon Royalty. Bleeding with all the heart and soul of blues and r&b, combined with the contemporary aesthetics of modern day… Continue reading

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Say You Love Me By Ephemerals

Following the release of latest album Chasin Gosts, the Ephemerals shared the bonus track Say You Love Me, as part of Everyday Killers single, a strong critique/criticism of nowadays they represente with a video… Continue reading

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