New Jersey is known as the home of countless world-renowned artists; Springsteen, The Jonas Brothers, Frankie Valli, Paul Simon, Jon Bon Jovi and Whitney Houston among many others. The state also has a profoundly vibrant independent music scene, and it’s this underground movement in the clubs, bars, and basements which provides many young and inspired artitsts doing their thing. The Gray Vines are up there with the best of them, and have recently released ther new single, ‘See Me’.Continue reading »
BLACK CELEBRATION – Cocteaus And NIN Producer Fryer Helms Debut By Goth/Post-Punk Duo Mary And The Ram
The pale hordes who descend on Whitby for the biannual Goth Weekend may just have found the perfect soundtrack for their journey.
With esteemed Cocteau Twins/This Mortal Coil producer John Fryer at the controls, York-based duo Mary and the Ram have come up with a modernist take on coffin-rattlers like Bauhaus, Love and Rockets and The Sisters of Mercy.
Four piece post-punk new wave band, The Blue Wave Pavilion are started live performances back in June at the Brudenell Social Club, in their home-base of Leeds. Opening for All We Are, the band have gone on to do a headline show at Manchester’s Night & Day Café, as well as an opening slot for Himalayas at Leeds’ Lending Room, which also featured This Feeling.Continue reading »
We’ve introduced you to Sydney artist Kevin Tiah a while ago, so you’ll already know he’s a talented multi-instrumentalist, who has covered many genres, including pop punk, R&B, and rap. Now he’s back tackling post-hardcore with his latest track and video, ‘Beneath The Sea’.Continue reading »
My first encounter with Robyn Hitchcock came while watching the BBC’s Whistle Test in the late 1980s. Hitchcock was performing one of his most lauded songs […]Continue reading »
Adam Ant embarks on ANTHEMS – The Singles tour on 5th May 2017. Adam will play his classic chart-topping singles as well as rare singles, B sides and personal favourites. For more information, visit his official website.Continue reading »
oblong describe themselves as “Possibly Llanelli’s only bilingual post-punk combo”. It’s this attitude which got us interested here at EP, and made us want to look more into the Welsh trio, whose new song, ‘Tunguska’ has had some considerable radio coverage. EP asked oblong Six Quick Questions.Continue reading »
What better antidote to the rapacious commercialism of Black Friday than a night out in Brixton with Savages?
The O2 Academy show was the band’s biggest UK headlining performance to date and the packed house signalled that this was a band ready for the big leagues.Continue reading »
TIRELESS London post-punkers Leika are hoping to build on their growing live reputation with a new studio album due out in October.Continue reading »
Throwing Muses offshoot 50FOOTWAVE are back with their first release in four years and it’s a real humdinger.
Louder, faster and heavier than you might expect, the Bath White EP packs more of a punch into its six-tracks than most artists manage on a double album.Continue reading »
We introduced the very intriguing Zachary Dogwood late last month, and thought it might be nice to find out a bit more about them. We spoke with Adam Seigel.Continue reading »
From England’s South Coast comes Zachary Dogwood, a band who describe their musical style as Alternative New Wave Post-Punk.Continue reading »
Matt Catchpole reviews Savages’ new album, ‘Adore Life’.Continue reading »
Savages are back with another stupendous single, just days before their eagerly-awaited second album hits the shops on January 22. Inspired by American poet-activist Minnie Bruce Pratt, Adore is a marked […]Continue reading »
Savages will play The Dome in London’s Tufnell Park on December 3 as they warm up for their full UK tour in the New Year. […]Continue reading »
Savages are back with a vengeance, announcing their return with blistering new single The Answer, a teasing trailer video for new album Adore Life and a […]Continue reading »