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Band of The Week. White White Wolf

San Francisco based White White Wolf, take the wild elements of nature, and apply them to their music. What we are left with, is...

Artist Of The Week. Goodman

Goodman is the musical project of singer/multi-instrumentalist/songwriter Michael Goodman. His nostalgic take on modern music, will bring you right back to the Golden Age of Rock....

Band of The Week. Hoodlem

  This week's Band of The Week bring an unerring wave of cool to proceedings. Introducing Hoodlem, a thrillingly anonymous project from Melbourne, Australia. The self-titled EP...

Band of The Week. Dear Plastic

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia this is 5-piece band 'Dear Plastic' they make part avant pop, part trip hop. It's music for anyone that fondly...

Artist of The Week. Ben Caplan

Ben Caplan’s beard in enormous.  Not like a ZZ Top comical beard, more of the wild unkempt mountaineer beard, it seems to be about...

Artist of The Week. Ed Ling

Pretend for the moment that ‘weird’ can be used for descriptive purposes, without the negative connotations.  Then we can happily call Transatlantic Meditation by...

Band Of The Week. Stillwave

In January we picked Stillwave for our First Signs of Love feature, and now the Dutch trio have released their new self titled EP,...

Band Of The Week. The Great American Canyon Band

We're back after a two week break, that provided the perfect excuse to work through the RCM inbox listening to a ton of incredible...

Artist Of The Week. Genna Marabese

Genna Marabese pronounced (Mara-bay-see) is an alternative singer songwriter from Bedfordshire that we first featured on RCM back in 2012 with a First Signs...

New Music Monday: Introducing Dog Is Dead ‘Hands Down’

Introducing Nottingham 5 piece Dog Is Dead and their infectious new single 'Hands Down' released today for Halloween.  Cue video with sparklers and roller-coasters! The band...

Band Of The Week. Hurdles

Belfast based indie band Hurdles, bring a sense of fun to everything they do. The four-piece, of Northern Irish and Southern English origin, formed...

Band Of The Week. History Of The Trade

Introducing History Of The Trade, a four piece who's members originate from Canterbury, Bournemouth and London. We can't help but wonder whether the name was conceived...
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