Opening tonight with PEER. The first Dutch band I know of that’s totally inspired by Brit Rock/indie. And it sounds alright 👌
Triple J Unearthed have just out done themselves and discovered a massive bulk of talent in the form of Ruby Fields. These bloody embeds never work, but trust me this one’s worth a click.
BLOODY GOOD SONG -> https://www.triplejunearthed.com/embed/5874511
Ok…so Kendrick Lamar released something of a cultural banger for hip hop fans and others alike (I’m one of those ones that actually likes HUMBLE and more so for the ace video. But Swindail is an underdog. Australian-made and making beats like a boss. “C’est La Vie”.
Off their latest album ‘Beyond Repair’, try some riff-laden Blood Youth to notch things up a gear
And Aussie rockers Strangers are giving it some with their newest “Hex Mob”. Glad to see so many great releases of late with proper guitars right? Listen here
I didn’t want to like the new Royal Blood. I had told myself they would have lost it or had just a few tracks in them. They’ve proven me wrong which is brilliant (sorry guys 🏳). This is actually sweet as. “Lights Out” just reminds the idiots like me they’re a gem of British society.
Really getting in to Leeds latest spewings: Fizzy Blood. You like them too whether you know it yet or not.
Post-grunge anyone? Sure – thanks. Rabid rock for the ears this weekend. Meet Dregs and don’t look back.
Found Calva Louise this week via the amazing Ruth Kilpatrick (a boss at emerging music stuff) and feel like I need to relaunch a live music night brand to showcase these guys.
With an almost Third Man Records vibe to them, Clever Thing are pretty dandy in the rock n roll meets blues world.
And leaving you with my badass track of the week. grandson 🤘Honestly…badass bass