Having been nominated for an ARIA for their debut record, Sydney’s ambient rockers, sleepmakeswaves followed up their success with the release of ‘Love Of Cartography‘ last year. The band create beautiful, instrumental tracks, experimenting with soft, precise intros, leading into thundering choruses.
The band are touring the UK next month, details are on their website here.
Having parted ways with his label following the release of the critically lauded album ‘The Devil And I‘, Lone Wolf (Paul Marshall) has returned with news of a new record. Reaching the deeply personal levels that few artists dare to bring to light, ‘Give Up‘ taken from the upcoming release, dwells on the artist’s own battles with anxiety.
Hailing from North West England, Monsters As Humans have quickly amassed a strong following, with their alt-rock sounds. The four-piece effortlessly merge beautiful melodic intros, with energetic, hook laden-riffs, with influences from the likes of Twin Atlantic and Idlewild.
Have a listen below, or download their ‘I’ve Been Saving My Catharis For This’ EP from soundcloud.
It’s the week after January payday, so I’m going to assume your head is still a little sore from all that partying / binge shopping from the weekend. Let’s take things easy this week then, with some dreamy synth-goodness from Newcastle’s Parastatic.
With Warped Tour additions being announced on a daily basis, we’re definitely heading towards a heady summer of pop-punk. What better way to prepare, then with the likes of transatlantic upstarts As It Is, with their old-school Taking Back Sunday-esque new single ‘Dial Tones‘.
Ever want to listen to all your guilty pop-pleasures without the shame of having the likes of Taylor Swift appearing on your device of choice for all the world to see? Well fear not, Punk Goes Pop has returned with Volume 6. One of the stand out tracks has to be New Jersey’s Youth In Revolt covering the Lorde hit ‘Royals‘.
Let’s face it, British bands don’t get enough recognition, even on their own turf. Battling it out with rock giants coming over the Atlantic is a pretty tough thing to face. That said, A Higher Demise seem up to the challenge, if their energetic new single ‘All These Reasons‘ is anything to go by. The track is taken from the Dartford five-piece’s EP ‘The Doctor Will See You Now‘.
Oops, it’s been a while, hasn’t it? I’ve been busy moving house and generally out in London getting into that Christmas spirit. Anyway, back to the usual routine, here’s a great new tune for you!
It’s not many artists that would put so much faith on their future careers that they would film a gig in their early days, playing to just twelve people. It’s an even more brave artist that would then use that footage in a music video once they’ve found success. Still, Twenty One Pilots don’t do things the usual way.
Here’s their almost-documentary-like video for ‘Ode To Sleep‘:
Wakey wakey, its Monday! If you’re not feeling caffeinated enough yet (and hey, there’s not enough caffeine in the world for Mondays, is there?), this should give you a bit of a jump-start. Don Broco have just released the video for their storming new single ‘Money Power Fame‘.
It’s always the dream for your favourite band to return from hiatus, isn’t it? Whilst we might fall asleep dreaming of the return of some of our heroes (*cough* Hell Is For Heroes *cough*), Mt. Wolf are not one to keep their fans disappointed. The London collective have returned after a year of absence with the breathtakingly beautiful ‘Red‘. Think long, ambient melodies and a low-key, hushed vocal.