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Gutshot for Broadway

In their words /// Gutshot For Broadway

Our first track Pity Boy is based loosely around the book ‘the power of now’ and the feeling Arnaud was left with after reading it. The book urges you to be totally immersed in the present moment, which is the most beautiful idea and should definitely be strived towards but when you can’t quite do … Continue reading

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Getting to know //// The Boy From The Crowd

Tight and raw, with relentless energy and grit, tons of character and just special attitude, The Boy From The Crowd stand out on the scene considerably. The collective’s newest single ‘Revelator’  actually speaks for itself and shows what the band are capable of. Rock Britain chatted to Vinny Piana about The Boy From The Crowd … Continue reading

Bare Knuckle Parade

Track by track /// Bare Knuckle Parade ‘Iron Lungs’ EP 2014

If you want some diversity and unusual spark in your music, why not give a listen to some rock music with celtic flavour. Bare Knuckle Parade are experts in this kind of music, so grab their debut EP ‘Iron Lungs'(available online on iTunes, Amazon mp3, spotify from 5th November 2014 and  available in physical copy … Continue reading

Suzerain

Face to face with Suzerain

Suzerain are epic. Do we need to say more? They belong to the superb breed of bans who must be heard and admired by all means if you like really good music. The band’s EP ‘Good Day’ comes out on 30th November and Rock Britain had a chat with Tom Pether (vocals) about the forthcoming … Continue reading

Play Record Erase

Track by track /// Play Record Erase ‘New Colour’ [EP] 2014

Big alternative riffs with eerie, dreamy feel making its way from the outer space to the explosive foreground turn Play Record Erase’s EP ‘New Colour’ into an affair to remember. In this track by track story the band guide you through their fantastic brainchild. The EP as a whole has a different meaning from the songs … Continue reading

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Band of the week /// The Twisted Dolls

Their riffs will make your head go dizzy and intense tunes will become your obsession. Please give it up to The Twisted Dolls. On The Twisted Doll’s formation: It came together out of the ashes of an old band. Luke and Jimi wanted to start a new group with a real heavy blues influence, using some … Continue reading

Hornet

In their words /// Hornet on ‘Cry Wolf’

Hornet frontman Joe Thompson and bassist Max Thompson tell us ‘in their words’ a little bit about the band’s forthcoming new single, ‘Cry Wolf’, which is out on November 25th. Joe: Well, the initial idea for ‘Cry Wolf’ stemmed from the tale of ‘The Boy Who Cried Wolf’, an expression that means “to raise a … Continue reading

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In their words /// Indian Summer on ‘By No One, For Nothing’

‘By No One, For Nothing’ was the first of the new songs that Indian Summer learnt following the release of our EP this February. The performance and dynamics of the song developed effortlessly, and as such it became an immediate presence in our live sets. The riff and the structure of the song was conceived … Continue reading

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Track by track /// Two Weeks Running ‘Human Nature’ [EP] 2014

Two Weeks Running boast this special  no-nonsense approach to making their music, so chances are that you’ll be singing and tapping your feet along to every line of their newest EP ‘Human Nature’ after a couple of listens only. Let this talented collective brighten up your day and read on to Two Weeks Running’s introduction … Continue reading

KAZO

Face to face with KAZO

KAZO are still a very young band and have a long way to go in music, but it’s clear already now that these guys have a lot to offer. Their groovy, charged, rich in electric riffs tunes are a real head turner, so keep your eyes peeled and read on to Rock Britain’s chat with … Continue reading

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