Tag: gigslutz unsigned

One To Watch: Anna Pancaldi

Singer-songwriter, Anna Pancaldi‘s, alluringly smooth and harmonious vocals tend to stop people in their tracks upon first listen. Her deep, soulful tones are capable of enchanting even the coldest of hearts. So, it may come as a surprise that her…

Ones To Watch: Dorey The Wise

To call an unsigned band the future kings of indie may be a somewhat far-fetched idea but, where Dorey The Wise are concerned, there couldn’t be a more fitting claim. Taking the typical components of indie rock and splashing them…

Ones To Watch: The Jackobins

No-one deserves to sign on the dotted line more than Liverpool’s The Jackobins. Creative, anthemic and polished, they’re the Rolls-Royce of the unsigned scene. The Jackobins are a five-piece made up of Dominic Bassnett (Lead Vocals), Veso Mihaylov (Lead Guitar),…

EP Review: The Spitting Pips – ‘Acid Soul’

Hailing from North Wales The Spitting Pips present their debut EP Acid-Soul, encapsulating the spirit of British rock throughout the ages decorated with flecks of an American neo-psychedelic sound. The EP contains two raw rock anthems and is as loud…

EP Review: Freddy Cass – ‘In Session at the Joint’

I’m often very skeptical about new singer-songwriters; surely there can only be so many capable of bringing something fresh? Clearly, there’s still stuff to be done, as St. Albans-based Freddy Cass proves. As well as a BBC Introducing session, Cass…

Interview: Miss Kenichi

With a new album released last week,  German singer-songwriter and artist, Katrin Hahner (aka Miss Kenichi), is all about originality and experimentation. Her third album, The Trial is immersed in beauty and grace so Claire Lim decided to catch up…

Ones To Watch: Octavians

‘Sometimes I Think, Sometimes I Don’t’  is the latest single by Octavians, a band with a very unpredictable, current sound. They are a Cardiff-based alternative rock band and the four lads are just 17 and 18 years old. Their new…