The Dahmers bring Swedish rock and roll to its peak with their power pop/garage rock sound. Lots of original punk influence with upbeat energy and Misfits demeanor.
2016 was the end of an era for many, but also the dawn of a new. Take a look back at the fresh bands you shouldn't have missed and who to lock on for 2017!
Short article looking into the element of pop in British mainstream rock.
Lincoln newcomers B-Leaguers take the soul of R.E.M. and the spirit of Green Day to produce a debut album of pure Pop perfection.
Dirty Fences play melodic hard-hitting Garage Rock n Roll, with their rooted NYC sound complimented by Punk, Soul and Power Pop. These guys are awesome, check em out!
Languishing in obscurity since 1997, The Dirty Royals were the best thing to ever come out of Oxford. Glorious Beach Boys harmonies with the energy of The Buzzcocks. One of John Peel's top 5 bands and rightly so.
Check out The Lash Outs from Dallas, TX. Awesome Power Pop/Rock & Roll with a Punk edge for fans of Ted Leo, The Figgs etc. New LP "State of Excess" was out last month, produced by Stephen Egerton (ALL/Descendents).
Doo-wops and Wah-wahs, The Blendours define Ramonescore with their poppy hooks and harmonies.
The Snap Elect were a modern day answer to the Psychedelic era of 60's/70's. Their one and only record is basically all your favourite Woodstock artists in one sleeve.
Ivan Müdd are Norway's modern answer to Britpop, abound with sweet power pop harmonies straight from Zeta Reticuli.