If punchy indie-meets-mod fits your bill, look no further than The Hollows.
I’ll be honest, I don’t know how ‘new’ The Above actually are – but on the evidence of the video passed onto us, they are well worth checking out.
Here’s an interesting one – The Afex are reforming for their first show in 41 years – and a new EP is also to follow.
If you happen to be in London, a free event is well worth making time for – The Method single launch event.
Nice to discover an interesting new band by accident, as I just did with The Shook-Ups (with a little help of a gig I was sent to plug!)
Wales seems to be the place to look for new bands right now, in particular the See Monkey Do Monkey label. That label was responsible for The Method’s Dissidents and Dancers album and is also the place where you’ll find Houdini Dax.
Mark McNulty is a long-term friend of this site – if you dig deep enough, you might some music reviews going back to 2001! Anyway, the Liverpool-based photographer has shot his first music video, with The Wicked Whispers and Amanda Lavender.
Great news about the next Meltdown festival in 2011 at the Southbank Centre – it's curated by Ray Davies. The news was announced today, with Davies sorting out the line-up for a festival that will take place across the Southbank Centre site and 'reflect the diversity of his career and […]