Tag Archive: brit

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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Video: What Are You Afraid Of? by The Family Rain

The three brothers from Bath, England, are working on the release of thier sophomre album. In the meantine, they have just shared their last video for What Are You Afraid Of?, the single… Continue reading

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Jake Morley, Ghostess

Having spent the last two years on tour, expanding his already substantial fan-base and writing new material, Londoner singer-songwriter Jake Morley has finally emerged to unveil his latest single Ghostess. As the lead-track… Continue reading

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Weyns’s waves

Veyns is a London based synthy trio led by former Horror House lead singer, writer and keys player Luke Johnston.  This is a fact, and what I shortly know on the band. I… Continue reading

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Introducing: Rhodes with Turning Back Around

RHODES is a British musician, singer and songwriter from Hertfordshire, that is establishing himself as one of 2015 brit pop talented newcomers. After have released two EPs, the first in 2013, Raise Your… Continue reading

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Albanian Paisley Underground by Wemen

Sometimes it happens to miss good music in the infinite world of musicians and productions. My fault! So now, I would like to recover this lack with this article on a very good debut album Albanian… Continue reading

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Introducing: Deco

Deco is an electronic indie band from the Midlands formed in 2014 with already an EP on the scene, Eyes. Now, the band have shared the first track of 2015 named Don’t  Even… Continue reading

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The Family Rain, Vulpicide. Sharp and loud rock!

New song and video by The Family Rain, the three brothers from the deep England, with Vulpicide: a sharp, cutting and loud cut from the debut album Under The Volcano. The Family Rain… Continue reading

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