Italy, why are you hiding these awesome bands from us?
One of our recent discoveries, the Italian band from Turin, Hot Sunday Blood, have created their own and very distinctive version of Alt/ Heavy Rock, thanks to each member of the five piece having quite different backgrounds. Their current sound fuses Metal, Stoner, Grunge, Black Metal, Prog and even New Wave.
Ronon's Reviews is a small independent music website where we, only four of us active at the moment, cover talented up and coming artists and bands (not to mention all the work the behind the scenes!), and while we'd absolutely LOVE to review and/or interview each one that we get excited about, we have a difficult time squeezing everybody in... Enter this new column!
We might not have the time to do a full blown piece on everybody, but we sure can share with you, once a month, the 10 musicians we find worthy of being noticed by the whole wide world!
Sweet Dark Garage!
I still remember that day when I went to New River Studios to see some crazy brilliant guys that once ago caught my eye in another London music venue.
Dan (drummer), Steve (guitar), Alex (synth), Els (bass) and Jaz (songwriter and singer) are the main components who make up Enter the Graves: an old-school Garage Rock band that will not leave you indifferent.
I haven't been this excited for an album/EP in years.
As promised in my last review, this week is all about Courtesans’ newest EP Better Safe Than Sober, which saw the light of day this time last year and after hearing parts of it live not that long ago, I’m kicking myself for not discovering this band earlier. Hailing from jolly ol London Town, Courtesans are an all female Doom-Pop Indie band that has created a sizeable cult following mainly due to their amazing performances and I have to say, it's well deserved.