Scottish alt-rockers To Kill Achilles are a five-piece band, who are fearless when it comes to tackling tough lyrical topics. Taking inspiration from deeply personal life experiences, the post-hardcore-meets-alternative-rock-meets-alternative-metalcore band proudly wear their hearts on their sleeves, heavily displayed in their heart wrenching second studio album, 'Something To Remember Me By'. Here's why you should check them out!
Following on from the release of their debut album 'Royal Swan' last month, now is the perfect time to get in on the Phoxjaw action. Mixing grunge and alt-rock alongside some softer indie tones, they're continuously blurring genre boundaries to create a sound which is uniquely theirs and we love it. Find out more about them, including their hidden talents, here.
Hailing from Indiana, USA, fantasycore trailblazers The Wise Man's Fear have caught our attention with their unique exploration of immersive fantasy and genre-bending sounds. With their latest release, 'Valley of Kings', completing their album trilogy, this band have perfectly honed their craft - here's why we think they're ones to watch!
It's hard to pin PENGSHUi down. There's hints of Shikari, The Prodigy, a bit of Hacktivist, but at the same time, it feels completely new. By mixing punk and grime, they've created limitless possibilities, and it's exciting just to see where, and how far, they can take this.
Liverpool's The Mysterines have been going from strength to strength since the release of their debut EP last summer. From supporting Royal Blood, Sea Girls and The Amazons and headlining the BBC Introducing stage at Reading Festival in 2019 to almost selling out their upcoming UK tour, the band are quickly building a fan base with their grungy sound, which is both nostalgic and fresh in equal measure.
Sultry pop brushed with a tinge of infectious and exotic electronica, Childcare is the new project from London based musician Ed Cares. It may be early days, but here's why we think you should have the band on your radar.
If you're looking for overly-studio-produced radio rock, shut it off now. The Nightmare Police is a clash of genres and eclecticism at its finest and that's exactly why you should read more and listen.
Whatever you’re expecting from this quintet, you’ll need to push your preconceptions aside. With a unique sound not often found this side of the Atlantic, Pavilions (that’s one ‘l’!) are storming their hometown scene.