Hitting a perfect mix of past and present alternative rock, Corby-based Luna Rosa is our Artist Of The Week. Layers of distorted, spacey guitars clash against splashy rolling drums, with a sound falling somewhere between vintage psychedelia and modern garage rock that will please ears across the spectrum, from Pink Floyd to American Football to The Arctic Monkeys (and lots of stops in between)! Check out one of our favourite tracks “FEVER” and hear for yourself:
Artist of the week
Hailing from Aylesbury, Callow Saints is a high energy quartet that is equal parts vintage rock and modern alternative/indie. With powerful, soaring female vocals that echo Heart and Joan Jett, Callow Saints makes music perfectly suited for kicking things up a notch! Check out our favourite track “The Emperor’s Lounge” (taken from their new EP Twisted Hazel):
Hailing from Bucharest, Romania, Temple Invisible is an alternative rock/electronic duo that draws from elements of electronica, industrial, and rock while keeping a classical-leaning sense of composition. The duo’s unique use of effected vocals is really ear catching, which is why we’ve selected “Parasite” as our choice track. Both rock fans and electronic music fans alike will find something to love from Temple Invisible!
Infusing 60s pop harmonies into a modern indie sound, with a healthy dose of folk influence, Pilgrims’ Dream crafts a unique blend of harmonically rich music. With a sound that fans of Iron and Wine, Bon Iver and The National are sure to love, this London-based singer/songwriter is definitely one to watch. Check out our choice track “Redemption” below:
Kashmere is a four-piece band hailing from Stockport, specialising in serving infectious and dynamic indie rock. Thundering drums and echoing guitars work in tandem to boost up extremely catchy and singable choruses. If you’re a fan of The Drums and Friendly Fires, you’ll definitely want to give Kashmere a spin! Check out our favourite track “Hoxton” below: