Los Angeles trio Mini Mansions have attracted large amounts of attention recently. Following a collaboration with some guy called Alex Turner on recent track 'Vertigo' as well as a surprise cameo with the Sheffield lad at their first London show in years, the bands uniquely subdued sythpop isn't the only
Twenty One Pilots consist of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun, and hail from Columbus, Ohio. They’ve been releasing music for quite a while now, in comparison with some of the other bands we feature here. They’ve been active since 2009, and have made a healthy contribution to a decent discography.
One of my new favourite tracks is “Salvation” by Scanners.
Scanners? Never heard of them before?
Well, then, let me introduce you to them!
The band from London, England, was formed in 2004. The first album, “Violence is Golden”, which was recorded in the bedrooms of different flats as they moved around the
It’s difficult for a band from Toronto to make a name for themselves (outside of The Big Smoke, anyway) yet My Man has done just that; carving a special place for themselves in the Toronto music scene through their use of catchy riffs and melancholic lyrics. The four piece indie-folk
O U I / / P A R T Y is the work of Toronto based musician Sean Andernacht, whose (self-proclaimed) influences range from Dinosaur Jr. to Cursive. Releases thus far include an EP titled Wax, Post-Wax [Demos], and two collections of Christmas singles—all ‘name your price’ over at their
Indie Rock band Autumn Owls from Dublin, Ireland formed in 2007. They started with two self-released EPs in 2008, “Insomnia Lodge” and “On the Trail of the Disappearing”. Both EPs received great responses from Ireland, the UK and the US, and their song “A Thousand Blind Windows” is still being
The Gentlemen Thieves are a Toronto-based indie band who’ve released one compulsively listenable EP (Crafting Lies, 2011), a Fall Sampler (2012), and are currently working towards releasing a 7" vinyl, Shooter.
The EP’s first track, Take My Advice, kicks off with about 20 seconds of Ken Taylor (vocalist), with acoustic accompaniment,
Here in the UK, we don’t quite know what summer is. Warm weather is a rarity, and our beaches aren’t terrific. For myself and many others though, summer does mean festivals, and if we’re honest, festivals are great. They are in my opinion, the best place to experience music. One
Today I want to introduce you to a band with a very interesting, unique and fantastic name: Tiger! Shit! Tiger! Tiger!
The trio from central Italy is quite well-known in Italy; they play Indie Rock songs with a few Punk influences. Vocalist and guitarist Diego Maciotti, bassist Giovanna Vedovati, and her
I came across the band Turbo Fruits for the first time in 2010, when they supported Band of Skulls, my favourite band. It was a very grey and cold day and the people in the audience were quite bored and not very happy. However, things changed, when Jonas Stein (vocals,