Broncho – ‘Big City Boys’

Broncho deliver a unique blend of indie- and garage-rock which was recognised by Josh Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age as being exactly the right mix to support them on their ‘Villains’ Tour.

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MADDISON – ‘RECOVERY’

Maddison, from Chepstow in South Wales, cite their inspirations as coming from the likes of Foo Fighters, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Muse, but after listening to their new EP, ‘Recovery’, we feel their sound is possibly influenced by artists from closer to home, such as Manic Street Preachers.

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DOCTOR BEAT – Punk Icon Rat Scabies on The Damned, Drumming And His ‘Indulgent’ Debut Solo Album ‘PHD’

More than 40 years after The Damned lit the blue touch paper for the punk rock revolution, original drummer Rat Scabies is busier than…

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Queens of the Stone Age – ‘The Way You Used To Do’

The video for Queens Of The Stone Age’s ‘The Way You Used To Do’ has been described by Billboard as “a Satanic Fever Dream.” The first single from their album, ‘Villains’, it was originally released exclusively to Apple Music, and topped the Billboard charts. It’s now also been released on Vevo, and has almost cracked the million mark in its first week.

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Ger Fox Sailing Merge Wexford Talent With Debut Self Titled Album

The self titled debut album from Wexford band Ger Fox Sailing is not what you first expect. Initially the listener might think they’re all grunge and inward looking, but a closer inspection reveals a quality album filled not with angst, but contemplation.

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CLEVER SWINES – Boss Hog On Trump, New Album Brood X And Those Naked Show Rumours

Well they made us wait awhile, but now Boss Hog are back with a vengeance. After a 17-year hiatus, they’ve been out on the road…

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SPiN “Dig Your Own Grave”

SPiN is the sort of band which fully understands that rock music works best when it’s performed live. The band is known for their devotion to performing: headlining their own gigs, or supporting the likes of Halestorm, Fule, Hinder, Puddle Of Mud, and many more in more than 600 shows across 25 states of the US. Their latest track, ‘Dig Your Own Grave’, from their new EP, ‘Meant To Rise’, is a crusher of a song reminiscent of Queens Of The Stone Age, and The Black Keys.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Chris Tullock

This week’s essential playlist comes from Chris Tullock, a singer songwriter from England’s North West.

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REASONS TO BE TEARFUL – Iggy Pop Returns With Josh Homme Collaboration ‘Post Pop Depression’

Never one to do anything by halves Iggy Pop has hinted that Post Pop Depression may be his last ever long player.

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FADES are ‘Breaking Through The Walls’ With New Single

London alt-rock band FADES are set to launch their self-titled EP on 10 March at Proud Camden. It will be publicly available the following day.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: DDATSS

California-based German artists Drama Duo After The Shitstorm (DDATSS) give us their Essential Weekly Playlist.

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New York Tourists – ‘Call’

With the weather being a little bit all over the place at the moment we’re absolutely loving New York Tourists new single ‘Call’ to brighten up the rainy days.

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