The Criticals – ‘Treat Ya Better’

Nashville based rock band The Criticals was formed last year, 2018. by Parker Forbes and Cole Shugart. The duo take their influence from the Rolling Stones, The Strokes and The Libertines, and their music therefore combines vintage sensibilities with a modern sound. Latest single, ‘Treat Ya Better’, is an excellent example of this.

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Jonathan – ‘I Never Meant To Be There’

Hailing from Rijeka, Croatia, Jonathan formed in 2011, and comprises five hugely talented musicians, whose aim is to break down the barriers put up by geography and language.

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Albert Hammond Jr – ‘Far Away Truths’

As the rhythm guitarist for The Strokes, Albert Hammond Jr has acquired a great knowledge of the music industry, which he’s used to great effect with his fourth solo album, ‘Francis Trouble’, released in March this year.

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Interpol – ‘The Rover’

New York City’s Interpol were one of the main exponents of the post-punk revival of the 2000s and 2010s, before taking inspiration from Joy Division and The Strokes, and guiding their sound towards a more indie approach. Their lyrics are filled with detached thoughts, characters, and observations, highlighting their integrity and morality.

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7fields Wows Us With Stunning Solo Release

Better known for his work in German alt-rock band, Liquido, 7fields, real name Wolfgang Schrödl, has released a stunning acoustic cover of The Strokes’ ‘Heart In A Cage’. It’s the first solo release from the artist, and will be followed by many more this year.

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Kieran Leonard & the Horses – ‘Underwood Milk’

Kieran Leonard & The Horses are winning the award for best release media with latest single ‘Underwood Milk’ in the format of a beer mat, but for you more traditional music lovers there’s a digital download available too.

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