We've finally got the sound and energy of our live show on record with our new single 'Halo'. It's full of the riffs and hooks we love to play and it's the kind of song that'll wind its way into your brain. So far the reaction to it has been fantastic. We're looking forward to releasing more soon.
Hey you, we are DOGMATIC, we make loud music and with think you'd like it. It's sat somewhere between garage rock and punk, but we'll let you make up your own mind. A friend said this track sounds like if Limp Bizkit were garage punk. We still don't know if that was a compliment or not...
Hey all! Solo emo-punk project from Long Island, NY with a track from my debut full-length record! This is a fun one about meeting a rebound hook-up on a bus ride to class in college, and the meaningless, hopeless-romantic antics of college life. Hope you enjoy! Really proud of this one.
NERVES are a four piece rock/punk band from South London. Their debut EP 'Put A Plaster On It' was released across all major platforms on Friday 12th October. Taking inspiration from bands like IDLES, Nirvana, RATM & Drenge their sound is packed with punchy rhythm, eerie guitar & direct vocals.
Hello we are a new band called The Suicide Notes, our debut EP 'Pleasures of Despair' is released on all the usual platforms on the 1st June 2020. Buzzsaw guitars and raw nicotine-soaked vocals, rock 'n' roll swagger, and whiskey on the rocks.
"Strangers is part of a transition into a new era as a band. We’ve talked a lot about how we shouldn’t let genre define us and this song is the statement of intent. We hope you’ve come by now to expect the unexpected from us" - Paul Howells, guitars
We're a band from London, heavily influenced by The Gaslight Anthem and Beach Slang. We've been playing in and around London for the last 6 months and just released our debut EP 'Desire and the Need to Live'.
Hi guys! We are Jagd, an indie band from Amsterdam! Our music consists of a fiery mix of freaky indie rock and Broadway punk.
"David Lynch meets Alice in Wonderland", Dutch press praised our previous work for bluntly dragging audiences into their ominous "hell of heavenly noise". Here's our new EP!