Indoor Pets have been around and releasing music since 2014 (when they were still Get Inuit) and have toured with the likes of Spring King, Ash and most recently Razorlight.
Generally, when one thinks of German music it’s either industrial synth electronica, along the lines of Kraftwerk or Tangerine Dream; noisy Motorik Krautrock, or trashy Europop and EDM.
How do you build an empire in a day? The Romans couldn’t, but you could always ask new kids on the block Twin XL who have managed to forge quite […]
Set It Off‘s brand new album Midnight is an eclectic journey through the insanity and brilliance that sets this four-piece aside from all other bands in their genre at the […]
In what might be the most controversial release of 2019, Bring Me The Horizon have unleashed their sixth studio album unto the masses.
Aussie trio Stand Atlantic have outdone themselves with their debut album Skinny Dipping out on Hopeless Records, their brand new home.
The eclectic duo twenty øne piløts went away for over a year or so back in 2017 to work on their fourth studio album, and it can safely be said it was worth the wait.
It’s been almost five years since the release of Kiwi musician Connan Mockasin’s last record, Caramel, and although he has popped up from time to time with friends such as Mac Demarco and MGMT, he has been pretty quiet since 2016’s Soft Hair (his collaboration with Sam Dust).
Record label Dirty Hit is home to an array of incredible artists, including The 1975 and Wolf Alice. One of their newer, up-and-coming offerings is Columbus, Ohio’s The Candescents who are set to cast a spell over the world with their debut Riverside Dr. EP.
The sizzling, seductive sound of Black Honey has been taking over the indie scene for a few years now, but the band are now ready to truly establish themselves in the world with the release of their eponymous debut album.
Fall Out Boy are coming home and they want you to know all about it.
Rambunctious punk duo Slaves are back with their thundering, absolutely fantastic third album Acts of Fear and Love.
Well… well… its been a while.
Prepare yourselves, Lucifer’s second coming is on its way and it’s darker and heavier than ever.
Coming off the mass success of Death Of A Bachelor in 2016, Brendon Urie has been able to flip the unique sound of Panic! At The Disco once again coming into Pray For The Wicked.
Pop-punk four-piece Homesafe are on track to release their debut EP titled One on June 29. The group, who are originally from the town of Oak Lawn in Illinois, have an undeniably fabulous guitar-driven sound which is incredibly memorable.