Tag: ones to watch

Ones To Watch: Spoilers

Bringing together ex-members of Ice Sea Dead People, Great Cop and Grass Giraffes, the now London-based Spoilers bring together London, Glasgow and Georgia as one of the brilliant new bands on the garage-punk scene. Their first release, 3 Songs, contains three…

Ones To Watch: Winter Villains

Shining through amongst the abundance of seemingly punk-influenced bands making themselves known at the moment are Winter Villains. It’s ethereal and otherworldly, and, in fact, a very welcome dose of peace. Described as ‘chamber pop’, the band combine classical influences…

ONES TO WATCH: New Street Adventure

Signed to Acid City Jazz, this soulful five piece perfectly encapsulate the new wave movement anchored in their soul routes. Their debut album No Hard Feeling was met with a massively positive reaction from critics and it seems the best…

Ones To Watch: Lola Colt

With their debut album Away From The Water released last year, London psych-rockers Lola Colt quickly grasped the attention of the likes of The Independent, Q and Clash – and now ours too. Lola Colt are harsh and sinister in…

Ones to Watch: …And The Hangnails

With March seeing the release of their latest single ‘Everybody’s Luck’, and their new album Dog on its way this year, …And The Hangnails are definitely ones to keep an eye on in the coming months. The York duo (Martyn Fillingham…

ONES TO WATCH: Fawn Spots

Since their birth in 2011, York trio Fawn Spots have been offering their vigorous, relentless punk-orientated rock that simply refuses to rest. Although the name may be one that hasn’t figured in the mentality of many before, Fawn Spots have been…

Ones To Watch: October Drift

In extreme cases, there are bands who can cause a stir without actually doing anything. October Drift are one of those bands, and the quartet are showing signs of selling out half of their current UK tour through word of…

Ones To Watch: Time For T

In their own world where genre seems to be a fluid concept, Time For T pack a rather astonishing amount of influences into their four and a half minute song, ‘Long Day Home’. Ranging from folk to rock, with even…

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…