Kasabian are back with an explosive, career best album brimming with confidence, swagger and huge tunes. ‘For Crying Out Loud’, their sixth studio album, is released April 28th 2017.
daft-apeth's (AKA Sergio) art show "I wish you'd touch me as much as you touch your phone" will be on at… https://t.co/m0CFJot8Ii
The members of Korn built an immortal bond back in 1993 the first time that Jonathan Davis, James "Munky" Shaffer, Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu, and Brian "Head" Welch decided to make music as a unit. They shed blood, sweat, and tears in the studio and on stage, fashioning an undeniable, unsettling, and unique sound that would permanently alter the course of rock music.
Welcome to Bear’s Den. Inspired by Maurice Sendak’s 1963 children’s classic ‘Where the Wild Things Are’, this London based trio (Andrew Davie; guitar & vocals, Kev Jones drums; vocals and Joey Haynes banjo; vocals) create music which -whisper it- dares to be both literate and profound. While, crucially, remaining universally accessible.
Jagwar Ma came together in Sydney Australia when Jono Ma and Gabriel Winterfield bonded over a mutual passion of melody and experimental beats, and the pair set out creating a sound that would capture their love for contemporary electronica & classic American pop harmony, Joe Meek & King Tubby, vintage drum machines & radio frequency manipulation, improvised percussion and other esoteric methods of creating sound.
There’s a story Kyle Falconer tells that is particularly illustrative of he and his band, The View. In relating it he goes back to a day last summer.
Manchester all-female four-piece PINS have announced the release of their second album ‘Wild Nights’. Recorded in Joshua Tree at Rancho De La Luna with Dave Catching (QOTSA, Eagles of Death Metal) and Hayden Scott, and mixed in New York with Ben Baptie at Atomic Sound NYC (Mark Ronson), ‘Wild Nights’ will be released through Bella Union on 8th June. The second single from the album, 'Young Girls', will also be released on 8th June.
The LaFontaines are the most exciting force in music since a bunch of guys in caves figured out that rhythmically banging on stuff and dancing about was fun.
Baby In Vain is a three-piece consisting of two guitars/singers and a drummer and started off in 2010 as the members were all still 14-16 years of age.
"A subtle, refreshing twist on pop music." Pigeons and Planes
"intimate harmonies and hushed synths harness tales of unrequited love" The Telegraph
"bursting with an upbeat pop sound and heavenly Eastern melodies" Wonderland Magazine