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The White Stripes meets Talking Heads? Something like that. Bored Décor has an excellent sound and style, and does anything but bore.
ANDY HUGHES is a true Jack-of-all-trades. As a solo artist, he rocks powerful and compelling vocals, while performing every other instrument with equal skill on his tracks. Andy is also a member of Tribal Misfits … check it out! True Misfits Facebook True Misfits YouTube Channel Live version of “Bethany”
Fun, feisty, and fierce. The PepTides have a catchy sound, pop-ish but self aware, and are excellent creators of stylish indie music videos.
NOTACAT revives the pop punk of the early 2000s with a strong new fervour that I think truly reflects the feeling of that time.
Lovers Club is moody, creepy British blues complete with wild, vicious slices of slide guitar. Check out the video for “Empty Ballroom Blues,” and watch out for that slick groove. And after watching the first video, why not check out the band’s darkly surreal new release, “The Limits of Pleasure.” Hopefully, you don’t have a fear […]
As a singer-songwriter, Liam B. Smith plays with the boundaries of Indie and Pop. Smith’s Facebook profile suggest that his influence comes from a Grunge/Rock n’ Roll background. Smith has cleverly, attracted his own style of wordplay. Thus, making him an even more talented songwriter, formatting a dense, rich instrumental background with a vocalized Indie […]
The Slovaks are a three-person band from the U.K. who play fast-paced, straightforward, unbridled rock ‘n’ roll. With a crunchy guitar sound and slamming cymbals, and a little bit of sixties-style backing vocals, the band has put forward a big release with their new album, Get Down. This music sounds like The Hives at times, […]
Porcelain Hill splices Jimi Hendrix’s trio band setup and his groovy guitar style with modern blues rock vocals to create a truly vibrant sound.