Tag: ones to watch

Ones To Watch: Fighting Caravans

Fighting Caravans continue their specialty of making music that makes you want to lose your mind in the desert on new single ‘Blue Heart Motel’, and when has that ever not been a good thing? As the first glimpse of what’s to…

Ones To Watch: Bugeye

Even the most adored bands can struggle with returning to music: reformations aren’t always greeted with the desired response and can often sound forced and tired. Yet this isn’t your average reformation: after initially forming in the ’90s, Bugeye’s return…

Ones To Watch: Staycations

Resembling the sound of bands such as Peace, Superfood and Foals, indie quintet Staycations are the latest band from Cambridgeshire to hit your ears. Having been confirmed to support Lonely The Brave at their Cambridge gig, the band recently shared their latest track, ‘The…

Ones To Watch: The Creaking Chair

Haunting and hypnotic, judging by the lead single from their forthcoming album, The Creaking Chair are definitely worthy of your attention. Featuring more than a hint of Nick Drake, to go along with a healthy dose of subtle psychedelia, ‘Pieceworker’…

ONES TO WATCH: Dream Nails

Modern Riot Grrrls – rejoice! If you’re still spinning Bikini Kill and Sleater Kinney’s timeless records, or if you’re looking for entry into one of music’s most important and iconic movements, you should take the time to listen to new…

Ones To Watch: Keep Up

Divided between the jewel of the East and the UK’s beating heart, Keep Up are four young men who combine the spoken word drawl of The Velvet Underground with the refined dark indie zeal of The War On Drugs. Having…

Ones To Watch: Temples Of Youth

Dealing in icy, electro-soul fantasy worlds and moody, post-club comedowns, Temples Of Youth – aka Paul Gumma and Jo Carson – have a way of creating swelling, melancholic atmospherics that feel like they should be the backdrop to an ITV…

Ones To Watch: Corbu

I’m often astounded by the massive sound a duo can make. Not massive in the loud sense, necessarily – not like Royal Blood or Slaves – but rather in the way of the sheer depth of the sound. New York…

Ones To Watch: Rainy Daze

Hailing from Hartlepool, four piece indie-rockers Rainy Daze are distinctly enthused with both passion and talent. Having only released three tracks on Spotify, they really showcase the potential of a prospering band. ‘Find You’ begins with a simply satisfying riff. The track flows…

Ones To Watch: The Assist

Having a proud interest in football can be a bit of an own goal for bands these days. Thanks to the brothers Gallagher, any group of lads who profess to a love of The Beautiful Game are largely characterised as…