Versus Ursus

Track by track /// Versus Ursus ‘Super Heavy Fun Times’ [Album] 2014

Versus Ursus make originally crafted music with the addition of this little thing called talent. Their debut album ‘Super Heavy Fun Times’ (out 30th August) can definitely guarantee you some, well, super heavy fun times and a lot of pleasure for your ears. The band’s guitarist and vocalist Matt Goss guides us through the record … Continue reading

Mark Mathews

In their words /// Mark Mathews on ‘The Girl’

“The Girl” was born when I was sat alone in my, then, girlfriend’s house in New Zealand. I was bored and had nothing to do and so I was just sat there noodling around on my guitar. I came to find a simple melody that felt quintessentially British to me, (reminded me of early Beatles … Continue reading

The Four Fours

Face to face with The Four Fours

Do you remember when the splendid The Four Fours told you all about their single ‘Count To Ten/Messing With History’? Well, it’s time to learn more about these lads and their no nonsense approach to music. – By way of introducing The Four Fours to Rock Britain’s readers, tell us something we must certainly know … Continue reading

(c) Quiet As A Mouse

Track by track /// Quiet As A Mouse ‘British Flag’ [EP] 2014

There are bands who you fall in love with in a very unexplainable manner: you just put on their music and realise that there’s something so magical and attractive about the sounds coming your way, that you gravitate towards them in an almost uncontrollable manner. Scottish wonder Quiet As A Mouse will perform this trick … Continue reading

Sunken Monkey

Face to face with Sunken Monkey

Boasting loud, raw, energetic sound with relentless power splashing out of their music and sharp edges to every song, Sunken Monkey are a genuine talent of today. They have years worth of experience in music behind their backs, so these lads know their craft. Now Sunken Monkey are entering a new stage in their career as the … Continue reading

The Watchmakers

Face to face with The Watchmakers

The Watchmakers are a perfect, psychedelic band with eerie undertones in sound and haunting atmosphere. Press play, close your eyes and let your imagination run wild and free… Rich Maitland talks to Rock Britain about the new single ‘Illumination’, listening to new albums and being based in Manchester. – Your single ‘Illumination’ is out in July. … Continue reading

In their words /// Fable on ‘I Speak Words’

Deep, powerful, expressive vocals on top of artfully striking melody – this is the debut single ‘I Speak Words’ from Fable. Step into the dark depth without fear… Here’s the song story from the singer herself. “I Speak Words was dreamt up whilst I was staying at my manager’s house during a writing session, trying to … Continue reading

Getting to know /// Projected Images

  While punk is the main driving force behind Projected Images’ music, the band have much more to offer: energy, passion, talent, character. Get to know Projected Images as Ralph talks about the band and their music.  – Your debut EP is ready. What kind of experience was it to prepare your debut record? – … Continue reading


Face to face with The Hertz Complex

Incredible, magnetic post-punk courtesy of The Hertz Complex is definitely going to send chills down your spine just because it’s that good! July 14th is the release date of the band’s debut EP ‘A New Habit’ and it will become your habit to listen to it non-stop once you get it. The Hertz Complex talk … Continue reading


In their words /// INEGO on ‘Startin’ Fires’

Very dynamic and ever-changing, full of atmospheric shades and unusual tints, the new track ‘Startin’ Fires’ by INEGO is a very special work of music. The band tell Rock Britain about their new creation.  The great thing about music is that people can find their own meanings within in, so I don’t want to say too much … Continue reading


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