Sunflower Bean (Fat Possum Records) ‘Wall Watcher’ NYC psych-pop trio channel 90’s indie heroes Electrelane in ‘Wall Watcher’. Their debut album ‘Human Ceremony‘ pairs Mac Demarco guitar with the sweet sensibilities of Alvvays.
PROM– ‘I’ll Teach You’ Based: London, England. Angela Won-Yin Mak’s vocals scratch and snarl winning worthy comparison to The Kills Alison Mosshart, harsh punk/ grunge guitar lines clatter and screech like ‘Strange House’ era The Horrors.
BABY STRANGE (Ignition Records) ‘Pleasure City’ Raucous Glasgow three-piece with a taste for big riffs. A hint of The Clash and a pinch of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s dark, driving underbelly.
Blaenavon – ‘Hell Is In My Head’ Knotty and euphoric indie recalling The Maccabees earlier work. The Hampshire three-piece left SXSW festival in Austin, Texas high up on many industry taste makers lists of bands to make huge waves […]
Rongorongo – ‘Faster/Rots’ Love drenched lyrics and Morrissey-esque vocals float delicately through minimal 80’s post-punk noise.
The Magic Gang – ‘Alright’ Brighton’s hopeless romantics are equipped with woozy harmonies and big choruses. ‘Alright’ harks back to indie-pop in its most seductive state.