Hector is the final track from their debut album 'Port of Spain,' A raw, frenetic and frantic mixture of punk, prog, pop, indie and metal, Tritonic show they have one foot planted in hardcore’s forms and conventions and one foot determinedly outside of it.
Farewell Sons are a transatlantic duo reflecting upon working class 90's youth and small town monotony. Domestic Woes is the first track from our 'Jaded' EP, self-released on December 8th, and is about suffocating in a domestic existence and wanting something more.
Hi, we're Tritonic, a London hardcore band. With a blatant disregard for genre and a heretical embrace of pop and indie, Tritonic show they have one foot planted in hardcore’s forms and conventions and one foot determinedly outside of it.
From the enigmatic first chord through to its head shaking climax, We Eat the Buffalo is a marriage of hook laden riffs & choruses, full of energy and immediacy. This is all underpinned by hard-hitting drums, driving bass lines, and creative lead guitar work.
Summoners are a 4-piece rock band based in Portsmouth/London who have been best friends since meeting in school and college and are excited to be coming together to play what we love: heavy, dirty, riffy rock.
We are Pure Grief, a rock band from Caithness, in the north of Scotland. We are committed to making catchy guitar music, because guitars are still cool, right?! 'Electric Gold' is the first single to be taken from our upcoming debut album 'Loyal To No One, Local To Nowhere' out 10/07/20.
Howdy! We're Homer Junior (You can call us Hoju)! Sounds so Easy is one of the first songs we wrote as a band and our 3rd release to date! It's one of our more upbeat tracks, listening goes really well with an iced donut and/or a fun sized bag of mars bars!
Hey! My brother and I always had plans to start a band. The right time finally arrived, so we wrote an album in west Cornwall before going to the US to record it. We recently added our pal Charlie in on bass, and now it’s time to play! (Members of Goodtime Boys, Gnarwolves, No Omega, Goldeneye)
Up-and-coming Bristol alt-rockers Blank Atlas have announced the release of their new EP, “Canvas”, which is slated for release on 5th October 2018. Today, the band have revealed a taster of what’s to come in the form of new single, “Sing For Something”.