Forging elements of grunge, garage-rock, punk and power-pop, Berlin trio Pabst are back with their sophomore album 'DEUCE EX MACHINA'. We caught up with the band ahead of the release to find out more about their formation, influences and what they aim to achieve.
Experimental metal quartet Asian Death Crustacean release their crushing debut album 'Baikal' next month. Named after the world's oldest and deepest lake, which is located in Siberia, 'Baikal' takes a vast array of influences, from extreme progressive metal to electronic/ambient to jazz, and melds them to create a truly enthralling and unpredictable sound. We caught up with the band ahead of the release to discuss their formation, influences, first musical memories and more.
Wallflower release their debut album 'Teach Yourself To Swim' later this week, delving deeper than before to create a very personal record that remains true to who they are - something of great importance to the alt-rock quintet. We caught up with vocalist Vini Moreira-Yeoell ahead of the release to discuss the band's aims and influences, growing up in a musical family and more.
Anonymous electronic newcomers Overrider, which features members of Cleft, Alpha Male Tea Party and Giraffes? Giraffes!, make their mark this week with their debut mini-album 'cyc|er', which sees them experiment with live-coding to create their dark, multi-layered sound. We caught up with the guitarist of the mysterious group to talk about their formation, who and what influences the band and more.
Newcastle metalcore quintet October Ends combine electro-rock with crushing breakdowns and anthemic choruses, with latest singles 'Iridescent' and 'Lost', serving as a hard-hitting taste of their forthcoming debut album 'Zodiac'. We caught up with the band to talk about their formation, their range of influences and more.
Sheffield five-piece Sobriquet are shaping their cutting-edge sound on their recent EP 'A Hundred Thousand Tongues', taking primary influence from bands including Glassjaw, Finch and At The Drive-In, while introducing elements that nod towards choral music, J-pop and new-wave. We caught up with vocalist Ludovico Fahey ahead of their EP release to discover his first musical memory, the band's plans for 2020 and more.
With a sound influenced by the late 90’s and early 00’s era of punk rock, Project Revise are back with their recently released sophomore EP 'Songs From The Shed'. We caught up with vocalist/guitarist Chris Tamburro to find out more about Project Revise, including their formation, aims, influences and his first musical memory.
DELANILA is the new pop-noir project by acclaimed composer and performer Danielle Eva Schwob. Self-described as a "cinematic experimental alternative project", their debut album 'Overloaded' was written by Schwob and co-produced at London's legendary Abbey Road and in New York with three-time GRAMMY winner David Bottrill (Tool, Muse, Peter Gabriel). Intrigued to find out more, we caught up with Schwob to discover her pathway as an artist, what she wants to achieve with DELANILA and more.
Rock trio Naked Six unveiled their debut album 'Lost Art Of Conversation' last month, eleven tracks that serve up an array of emotions whilst bringing together hints of Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes, Nirvana and Queens Of The Stone Age. We caught up with guitarist/vocalist Seb Byford to find out more about Naked Six, including their influences and what they aim to achieve as a band.
Picturesque are pushing boundaries with their innovative sophomore album 'Do You Feel O.K?'. The follow-up to 2017 debut album 'Back To Beautiful', which led the Kentucky natives to tour with Escape The Fate, Silverstein and Tonight Alive, 'Do You Feel O.K?' is the product of a band who are broadening their horizons and refusing to be confined to one genre. We caught up with vocalist Kyle Hollis to talk about Picturesque's influences, how their friendship led to the band's formation and more.