Broken Witt Rebels

Band of The Week. Broken Witt Rebels

In order to appreciate the current hype surrounding Birmingham’s Broken Witt Rebels, one should really experience the band live.  There is something about their mesmerising and highly energetic live show that, to use a common cliché, needs to be seen to be believed.  RCM was lucky enough to catch them on the 2nd of April

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The Stone Foxes. Dying Star & UK Tour

San Francisco rock and rollers The Stone Foxes have just revealed the video for their upbeat indie brawler ‘Dying Star’, an animated alien adventure featuring heroic astronauts, cosmic cars and a psychedelic octopus. Vocalist Shannon Koehler comments on the video saying, “If we’ve learned anything from losing some of our favorite artists lately, it’s that you


First Signs of Love No. 185 Sunspots

Introducing Sunspots, a new four piece indie/pop outfit from Leeds. Formed just last year, this is their debut single ‘I Know What You Don’t’ produced by Mickey Dale (Embrace, Cud). From the opening thundering drums and wailing guitars Sunspots announce their arrival and signal their intent. Perfectly balancing moody indie angst with uplifting indie anthem, they

Freeholm Wilson

Artist of The Week. Freeholm Wilson

Freeholm Wilson is a musician from North London.  His debut LP  ‘Children of June’ is set for release in March, but you can have a cheeky first listen here. Freeholm produces his songs in a dusty North London basement on reel to reel and a collection of old analogue equipment from yesteryear.  He admits listening to

Reigning Days

Reigning Days. Renegade

Check out the awesome new single from Reigning Days. This is Renegade. If you like what you hear, go and catch the live show. January 30th January – Exeter, The Cavern 31st January – Leicester, The Musician (supporting RavenEye) February 2nd February – Bristol, The Exchange 4th February – Norwich, Waterfront Studio (supporting RavenEye) 5th February

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Band of The Week. Ray Gun

This week’s Band of The Week are Ray Gun from Margate.  The four piece wear their influences on their sleeve from Bikini Kill, Pixies and Karen O it makes for a joyous romp with fuzz fuelled guitars, lilting melodies and playful vocal yelps. The band met at the Tom Thumb Theatre, the venue at the heart