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

Sunset Sons – On The Road

Sunset Sons released new single, ‘On The Road’, on October 16 through the FRENCH EXIT label, and recently played the first edition of London’s new Community Festival. Sunset Sons came into being when Rory, Pete, Jed and Rob encountered each other whilst pursuing their love of surfing in the sleepy French beach town of Hossegor. Drummer Jed came across frontman Rory

VASA – Colours

Fresh from a run of EU headline tour dates, Glasgow instrumental post-rock quartet VASA are extremely proud to be streaming their debut album ‘Colours’ in full, following an exclusive premiere with The Independent last week. Released today via Black Sheep Records, the album is available on 12″ vinyl and digital download which can both be purchased

First Signs of Love 160. Mechanical Mouse Organ

Newcastle’s Mechanical Mouse Organ released their début album, Get Over It, on July 3rd through their own Revenge Western imprint. The band, comprising Darryl Todd (vocals, guitar), Dave Curle (drums), Liam Gilfellon (bass) and George Kitching (guitar) include three former members of 90’s Kitchenware signings HUG. HUG’s brief career earned them sessions for Radio 1 and

The Broxton Hundred – Last To Know EP

The Broxton Hundred are a band we have known about for some time now. RCM saw them play live at the Bull and Gate in Kentish Town a couple of years ago and we were really impressed with the British three-piece’s ability to couple psychedelic guitar led tracks with soulful lyrics and anthemic choruses. Now