With menacing guitar distortion and blaring brass, “The Evil Stands High” is an immediately striking new track from Roja, Liverpool’s favorite indie mariachi group. Appealing to fans of cinematic-minded composers like Ennio
Sterile Jets recall ’80s and ’90s punk and alt-rock with their raw, loose vocal approach and take on societal discontent — not too distant from names like Fugazi, Butthole Surfers, and Melvins.
Insanely catchy, the new track “Telenovela Queen” Vie En Ville builds initially on a steady glistening piano and an anthemic vocal presence reminiscent of The Killers’ Brandon Flowers. It’s a recipe that
Meen Streets, the project of a British-Australian singer/songwriter based in Los Angeles, crafts a spot-on impression of the spacious, anthemic pop tunes from the late ’80s and early ’90s — in the
“Lover’s Letdown” is a mightily impressive debut single from Goldmyth, an singer/songwriter/harpist who appears poised for a very quick rise in recognition. In her youth as a developing songwriter, Goldmyth always tended
In successfully capturing the irresistible emotional aspects of ’50s/’60s rock, “Yes Please” is a stunning success from San Francisco-based act Beauty Queen. Comprised of of Grayson Converse (of the previously featured Spooky
“Boneclocks” is a haunting alt-rock effort from Dutch group GREAF, touting a creeping, nocturnal electronic soundscape balanced beautifully by an infectiously bouncy bass line and emergent vocals. “All the money in the world
One Week Wonder is an Icelandic project comprised of Árni, Magnus, and Helgi. Hardly newcomers, one of the project’s members – Árni – was a founding member of the group Of Monsters