Brooklyn singer-songwriter, Samia, is an undeniable star on the rise.
With one of the most brilliant voices going around and a penchant for writing powerful, emotive music wit..
Seattle indie rockers Great Grandpa are on the verge of something special.
In just over three weeks on October 25, the five-piece releases their highly-anticipated second album ..
Isle of Wight pop rocker Lauran Hibberd has been bringing a lot of attention to her little Island for the last 18 months.
After arriving out of nowhere with killer s..
Dublin isn’t exactly known to be a go-to hub for hip hop talent.
However, after hearing the fire emcee skills and rhymes from two of the countries rising music stars, Kojaque an..
New Zealand’s The Beths are your (our / everybody’s) new favourite band.
Witty and charming, their wonderfully sweet pop punk is dripping with melodies and sunshine and a sense..
Philadelphia rockers Beach Slang don’t just wear their influences on their puffy and ruffled sleeves, they let them flow through every aspect of their music.
Frontman James Al..
The Nation Blue is comprised of three cultured gentlemen from Melbourne. They are absolutely not just pretty faces adept at delivering some of the most brutal and acerbic guitar ..
Every week we collect a new batch of songs for your listening pleasure – plus a classic that you should definitely know and love. Here are this week’s Blerg Bangers:
The Pretty Littles spout a brand of super melodic, self-effacing indie-rock. Like, really really really good indie rock, with just the right amount of lackadaisical cheek to hav..
I don’t know about you, but I find that sometimes the best pop culture picks come from people who are completely uninhibited when it comes to what other people think of their tas..