Tag: ones to watch

Ones To Watch 2017 (Part 2)

The beginning of a new year, a time to celebrate new music. As we leave 2016 behind, the editorial team here at Gigslutz have chosen some of the bands and artists we’re most excited about for the upcoming year. As…

Ones To Watch 2017 (Part 1)

The beginning of a new year, a time to celebrate new music. As we leave 2016 behind, the editorial team here at Gigslutz have chosen some of the bands and artists we’re most excited about for the upcoming year. As…

Ones To Watch: White Room

After dominating all the indie stages at festivals this year, Brighton’s psychedelic heroes are taking the underground band scene by storm. After releasing their single ‘Think Too Much’, White Room caught the eye of the legendary club night This Feeling,…

Ones To Watch: The Rising

Having played The Cavern Club and The Isle Of Wight festival, The Rising are releasing a brand new double A side single. Following their fast-selling first album, Olympus is an exciting new offering from this 7 piece Southampton piece, oozing a ‘best…

Ones To Watch: The Sore Losers

Forming in 2009, after becoming finalists on Belgium TV’s ‘Humo Rock Rally’, it is evident from their sound, that The Sore Losers carry with them both experience and highly developed talent. With an infusion of heavy funk and rock, the…

WATCH: The Big Moon – ‘Silent Movie Susie’

Barbie’s got an x-rated new accessory in her bedroom collection, and to find out what it is you’ll have to watch The Big Moon‘s new video for their latest single ‘Silent Movie Susie’. The garage rockers were tipped as our ‘Ones To…

Ones to Watch: Thee Deadtime Philharmonic

Considering just how extreme the world is today, an awful lot of music neglects to reflect such times; enter Thee Deadtime Philharmonic. Blur famously insisted that Modern Life Is Rubbish, but it is a rarity for mainstream acts to raise some…

Ones To Watch: Vomitface

The charmingly named Vomitface erupted from a New Jersey home during a torrential onslaught. Through the relentless grasps of Hurricane Sandy, Jared Micah and Preetma Singh (Vocals/Guitar, Drums) found themselves conjuring up a storm within a storm, thus Vomitface was…

Ones to Watch: AFFAIRS

While Manchester continues to be characterised by rock’n’roll and indie bands, AFFAIRS are breaking the mould with their own take of slick, shimmering electro-pop. Having already built up a buzz with the trio of singles ‘Blood Science’, ‘Brothers’, and ‘Play’,…

Ones To Watch: Sweaty Palms

Glaswegian rockers Sweaty Palms started as a result of a few friends thinking big whilst on a series of nights out, which then resulted in front-man Robbie Houston buying a guitar almost instantly, straight away Sweaty Palms found themselves deep…