Our new musical discovery of the day. Introducing Scarlet Grey, cue epic, soaring, passionate indie guitars and a slick video. All this from an unsigned band – You see, it is possible!
We love Tigers That Talked. Firstly, it must be said, how many bands do you know that have a better, more enticing name? Our first introduction to this Leeds 4 four piece was the incredible “23 Fears” a song so good that at one point it was all we listened to for about a week.
The Blackchords track ‘Disappear’ features in the hit MTV show Teen Mom 2 Ep 112 Disappear is the final track, from their debut self titled album. Blackchords ‘Raise My Hands’ has now also been included on the Teen Mom soundtrack which is due for release at the end of January.
The Jude are an up-and-coming London-based rock ‘n’ roll band. “Ha Ha Goodbye” is their debut single release, they describe their sound as “vicious skiffle” – It’s a punchy, jerky, energetic number that will get you dancing in no time! Frontman Gav’s powerful Irish vocals growl over an energetic British rock ‘n’ roll sound –
Introducing Call The Doctor a “jerky, girly post-punk” (NME) 4 piece alternative indie pop band from Bristol. The band formed over a mutual love of danceable but dirty guitar. Check out the video for their new single ‘Take It Out’ here The group are named after Riot Grrrl scene band: Sleater-Kinney and their seminal “Call the
Blackchords been invited to play on the day of the Men’s Final at the 2011 Australian Open. They will be on the Grand Slam Arena stage, playing with The Melodics and Amy Merideth. Entry will be via a ground pass, which gives you access to music and other entertainment, as well as being able to
The music sound-tracking our arrival in 2011. Listen on Spotify here: 1. Tall Ships – Chemistry 2. The Duke Spirit – Everybody’s Under Your Spell 3. The Joy Formidable – I Don’t Want To See You Like This 4. O. Children – Ruins 5. Off! – Upside Down 6. The National – Anyone’s Ghost (Live)
The moment Nick Milwright (Blackchords) joined Dan Lethbridge & Nick Batterham on-stage to perform a cover of the Portishead track ‘Roads.’ Video courtesy of brilliant blog Fitzroy & Beyond