Tag: ones to watch

Track: Insecure Men – ‘Teenage Toy’

London is lurking with new artists, enlightening the industry with a fresh, offbeat sonic twist. The mass of indie bands, saluting the age-old lectures of teenage angst are still present and setting the pace, but flashes of something new are…

Ones To Watch: Nelson Can

Perhaps what’s most widely reported about Danish act Nelson Can is also the hardest to believe. Here’s a modern day indie band making a tempting mix of bass-heavy anthemic tunes, but without a lead guitar in sight. It’s all part…

Ones To Watch: Vulpynes

There’s something riotous going in Dublin lately. Groups like Girl Band and Bitch Falcon have delivered a sneering, noisy grunge, fronting an uncompromising and exciting new wave of Irish rawk n rawl. And now there’s singer-guitarist Maeve Molly and drummer…

WATCH: Baby In Vain – ‘To Heaven And Back’

If skateboards, mopeds, and brilliant bands are three of your favourite things; you should feast your eyes on Baby In Vain‘s new video ‘To Heaven And Back’. Directed by Palle Demant, the video sees guitarists Lola and Andrea on their boards,…

Ones To Watch: Sextile

Had Joy Division or The Ramones plied their unique trade of incensed rock angularity in Los Angeles instead of Queens, NYC or England’s north-west, the resulting music might have sounded something along the lines of Sextile. They’re an LA-based three-piece comprising…

Ones To Watch: Cristobal And The Sea

In these trying times of closing of borders and narrowing of minds, along comes a band to make you question all your preconceptions of pop. Containing band members from Portugal, Spain, France, Egypt and the USA, Cristobal and the Sea‘s return…

Ones To Watch: Storm The Palace

Many bands take their time over the construction of their second or third albums – but how many dedicate nine years to the creation and curation of their debut?  For lead singer Sophie Dodds and the assembled musicians known collectively…

Ones To Watch: BENT

The latest export from Australia’s booming alt-pop scene, BENT are a post-punk group in the mould of The Raincoats or The Slits, but with their own skewed style thrown in. In a recent review of a compilation of Aussie and…

Ones To Watch: Table Scraps

Whilst groups losing members is fairly common, how often do duos become trios? Well, that’s the case for Birmingham garage band Table Scraps who, following lead singer and guitarist Scott’s recovery from skeletal surgery – clearly the rockingest form of…

Ones To Watch: Pronto Mama

It seems that only north of Watford and up where the air is cleaner – and perhaps a little purer owing to an absence of the cultural miasma of the London bubble – can makers of music like Glaswegian six-piece…