‘Tell Me What You See’ opens us up to a whole new era of innovative, unconventional and pleasurably odd psychedelic rock. It’s evident through the band’s 13-track debut album that 31hours have established their position between afro-pop, space rock and the accompanying electronic and folk-like genres.
‘Bittersweet’ is the latest single from Glasgow four-piece The Van T’s. The band comprises of Hannah and Chloe Van Thompson (guitar, vocals), Joanne Forbes (bass) and Shaun Hood (drums). Their unique brand of psychedelic surf rock has found its way onto national radio, while their short career has seen them play shows with Wolf Alice, The Jesus & The Mary Chain and …
‘I Shouldn’t Have Said That’ is the spiky new single from The Lovely Eggs. The song is a reminder that the duo has been in the studio recording their next album, working with Flaming Lips producer Dave Fridmann.
I recall London-based quartet Slowlights self-deprecatingly introduce themselves to Scala around this time last year along the lines of ‘we’re Slowlights – you’ll never have heard of us before’, but with their new delicately layered single ‘Wide Eyed’, they might just be a name you’ll be seeing in lights.
Los Angeles dynamic glam-rock husband and wife duo KOLARS first caught our attention with their incredible track ‘One More Thrill’. An impressive debut album followed by appearances at Dot To Dot and Great Escape earned the duo a legion of fans in the UK. We caught up with the husband and wife duo after their nationwide …
Luna Bay deliver once again with their brand new, feel-good single ‘Little Amsterdam’.
A lot of pretty great things have come out of Yorkshire – the Yorkshire pudding, Yorkshire Tea, rhubarb, stainless steel, even Guy Fawkes was born in Yorkshire. Well we’ll add Marsicans to that list with their explosive new single ‘Throw Ourselves In’.
Ahead of their forthcoming debut album Pyro, hotly-tipped female rock duo REWS released their single ‘Shine’ this August. With a energy-infused sound reminiscent of bands such as Royal Blood and Honeyblood, the London/Dublin pair storm away through this untiring track.
It’s time to stick our teeth into Eliza and the Bear‘s brand new release – ‘Hell’. It’s pretty cool that it’s marked up as ‘explicit’ because this one is naughty like accidently eating a whole tub of Pringles.
Liverpool-based trio Trudy and the Romance send your head in the clouds with their typically irresistibly hazy, 50s pop infused release ‘Twist It, Shake It. Rock & Roll’.