7stbaby – Horses

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Following up their impressive and acclaimed album Control, British rockers 7stbaby are poised to unleash their new single Horses. A track as voraciously aggressive as it is melodically seductive, Horses easily reinforces the presence and already in place anticipation of major success for the band ahead.

Formed in the autumn of 2013 by Kyle MacKenzie (vocals, guitar) and Ben Martin (vocals, bass) but an idea already long in place but held in check due to the work and success of their other band Static Plan, 7stbaby swiftly gripped attention and praise through the diversely flavoured Control. Merging the richest and rawest essences of stoner and heavy rock with grunge and progressive metal spicery, the Guildford pair along with drummer Greg Webber, also of Static Plan, set a high startling plateau for the project with their album. Taken from Control, the new single confirms and pushes further that impressive start, its mesmeric and muscular tenacity a cauldron of sonic invention and unbridled passion.

Released on Got Wrong Records as the album, Horses immediately fills ears with punchy beats and almost grizzled melodic grooves over scarring riffs. It is an intensive start given further weight by the vocal growls and increasingly gripping twang of the guitar’s grooving. As mellower tones move in to welcome the fiery chorus, there is a definite Life of Agony groove and emotion to the song which only adds to its flavoursome adventure and blossoming fascination. A slip into a more progressively honed stoner twist loses some of the song’s snarl but adds greater intrigue before the track erupts back into its compelling antagonism and captivating melodic enticement.

Horses is an outstanding provocation for ears and imagination as well as a potent doorway into the similarly terrific and impressive body of the band’s album. Think Queens of The Stone Age meets Deftones and the aforementioned Life of Agony after being filtered through a heavy vat of Electric Wizard and XII Boar and you get a sense of 7stbaby. British heavy rock is at one of its most exciting periods right now and this band simply adds more substance to that claim.

Horses is released on September 26th via Got Wrong Records with an accompanying video.

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Jacksons Warehouse – Right Here, Right Now

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A constant source of intelligent hook laden songs as thick in passion as they are in insatiable infectiousness, UK rock band Jacksons Warehouse has also shown the ability to write resourceful flights of emotional temptation, and maybe none finer than new single Right Here, Right Now. With an underlying energy and contagion which scoops up feet and emotions in its keen arms, the song is a mesmeric croon of sound and vocals which mix the attractive hooks the band are renowned for with a fresh expansive flight of emotive and sonic expression.

Formed in 2004, the Basildon band has constantly increased their fan base and acclaim through a parade of addiction sparking singles such as the brilliant Hotel by the Sea and their acclaimed and imposingly impressive debut album Homes Next To Houses of 2012. Songs seemingly flow from the minds and talent of the band like water drops from a leaking tap, a constant supply of always attention grabbing offerings which leave a lingering persuasion in varying degrees. Right Here, Right Now is one of their releases which make the strongest impact on ears and imagination, its mellow yet fiery presence a provocative embrace to hungrily immerse in.Shark

Crisp inviting beats from Cy Chant enticingly bait ears first, their gait setting down the keen energy kissed spine of the song. They are soon wrapped in elegant melodies and a darker bass tone, their addition laying down an emotive canvas for the distinctive voice of guitarist Stuart Brown to paint the song’s narrative and heart upon. The slight warble to his husky tones lies perfectly with the almost ethereal caress of keys from Simon Brown and the more intense but as warm strokes of enterprise from the guitars of Marc Barnacle and Stu. It is a transfixing incitement, the sultry glaze of sound tempered skilfully by the shadowed presence and tempting of bass sculpted by Rich Hawkins. The song may be a slower stroll than usually crafted by the band but its infectiousness is just as potent and full, vocally and musically the track almost anthemic in its effect on feet and emotions.

Right Here, Right Now is a treat of a song and marks a new twist in the creativity of a band already no strangers to acclaim if still yet to find the break-through into the strongest spotlight. The new single will do Jacksons Warehouse no harm in that direction though.

Right Here, Right Now is released October 13th

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Hollie April – Together Alone

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A smouldering and climactically sultry embrace for ears and imagination, Together Alone is further proof of the magnetic and striking talent that is Hollie April. The new single is a delicious evocative caress of drama and emotive seduction which whilst reinforcing the already impressive presence of April unveils a new vein of potential to her songwriting and sound, which in turn will surely leads to an inevitable increased spotlight on the lady.

The 22 year-old British singer-songwriter was born and raised in Gibraltar and from the age of 12 was performing professionally. Studying at and graduating from Leeds College of Music with a BA(Hons) in Music Production, 2013 saw April performing at an array of festivals and sharing stages with the likes of Emeli Sandé, Level 42, Texas, Lawson, and Olly Murs. Her debut EP Marionette stirred up excited attention and acclaim with its release at the tail of 2013, the song The Sun and the Sea from it especially garnering potent praise and focus. Now Together Alone is poised to open up a new charge of hungry appetites and acclaim through its mesmeric beauty and compelling imagination.Hollie April 'Together Alone' Single Artwork

A caress of guitar assisted by a minimalistic bass stroke opens up a deeply evocative breath to the song. It is a captivating entrance swiftly joined by the fascinating voice of April. As expressive as they are harmoniously intriguing, her vocals spellbind ears and thoughts immediately, flirting with the imagination and the gently coaxing sounds beneath her. It is only the start of the song though, the first passage in a masterful and inventive flow of ideas and sound. A heavy strum of guitar triggers a potent stride of rhythms and elevation in the richness of both April’s voice and passion next with thoughts of Katie Bucket and UK band Jingo immediately springing to mind, the pair sharing an organic and senses inflaming ability to melodically roar.

The song continues to ebb and flow in its energy whilst increasing the startling, dramatic air and texture of its presence and narrative. It is a glorious adventure emotionally and sonically, with April’s voice an evolving climate of charm and melodic beauty. The song is bewitching as it reveals another character to the presence and craft of April, a broad yet intimate sunset for thoughts and feelings.

Hollie on the evidence of her EP and new singles is destined to make major melodic statements within British rock and pop music ahead; she has already started to be fair with Together Alone.

Together Alone is available digitally from September 22nd

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Mary Joanna & The Southern Electrikk – Wasted

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Sinisterly seductive, Wasted is one of those songs which gets under the skin and leaves an inescapable temptation to persistently tease thoughts and emotions. The track is the debut single from UK band Mary Joanna & The Southern Electrikk, and easy to suggest possibly the beginning of a big affair between artist and British hearts.

Hailing from Manchester, Mary Joanna & The Southern Electrikk is fronted by actress and chanteuse Mary Joanna Coogan. Behind her comes a wealth of experience and talent provided by guitarists Zack Davies and Stephen Evans (Twisted Wheel), bassist Steven Tatji (Paris Angels, Rude Club), drummer Spencer Birtwhistle (Interstella, The Fall), and Rikki Turner (Paris Angels) on keys. Together they cast a weave of sound which binds essences of post punk, shoegaze, psychedelia, and electronic ingenuity into something which is as unique as it is warmly familiar. As evidenced by the single, it is a heady mix from the band and with the siren-esque tones of Coogan quite irresistible.MJ&TSE WASTED COVER ART

From a virulently coaxing of tempting beats from Birtwhistle, the song soon casts a shadowed emotion over its entrance through a riveting bass tone and the vocal croon of Coogan. Radiant shards of guitar ignite the developing landscape whilst a darker breath of keys only adds to the sultry climate of the encounter. It is a compelling adventure which is as hauntingly mesmeric as it is virulently infectious, the hypnotic rhythms and expressive sounds creating a flavoursome canvas for the stunning voice of Coogan to colour and soak in tantalising expression.

Backed by the similarly engaging You Knew You Knew, the single is a stunning entrance by the band. The second song drifts in on a warm breeze of a melody courted by a shadow kissed bassline. It is another irresistible enticement which expels further mesmeric heat with the gentle but full temptation of Coogan’s voice and harmonies. Binding ears and imagination in a persistent echo like persuasion of guitar and keys enterprise, the track smoulders with suggestive elegance, its sonic fascination not quite matching Wasted but certainly give it a thrilling run for its money.

One release is never really enough to suggest greatness ahead but Wasted definitely has thoughts and passions veering in that direction…outstanding stuff.

Wasted is available digitally now @ https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/wasted/id906058361?i=906058371&ign-mpt=uo%3D4

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The Boy From The Crowd – Revelator

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Throwing blues, garage rock, and punk into a flaws and all slab of raw rock ‘n’ roll, UK duo The Boy From The Crowd make an intriguing and ultimately gripping entrance with debut single Revelator. The single actually embraces more flavours than mentioned in the last sentence, but takes that core into a wild and compelling riot of noise and attitude.

Consisting of vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Vinny Piana and drummer Vegas Ivy, The Boy From The Crowd on the evidence of Revelator, is not a band concerned with offering polished enticements but one driven by the rugged essence of dirt encrusted rock ‘n’ roll and the antagonistic tenacity of punk rock. Yet there is a vein of enterprise within the song revealing a definite thought bred resourcefulness to their sonic brawl which only adds to the success of the track.revelator-single-cover

A lone guitar teases ears initially from within a raw and dusty sonic haze before the track erupts with thumping beats and a heavy bass coaxing bound in a sizzling wash of blues drenched guitar temptation. It is a raucous blaze of noise and intent but one with a rein to its assault which increases its potency and potential. Vocally Piana provides a delivery which ebbs and flows in success depending on which aspect you look at, but at the same time brings captivating character to the growing anthemic nature and appeal of the song.

With fire to the pleasing guitar enterprise and the rhythmic incitement of Ivy pounding emotions into keen submission, the track is an intriguing and wholly satisfying introduction to The Boy From The Crowd. Its raw charm wins over the imagination right away and with only the lack of the intimidating snarl it often hints at a niggle, Revelator is strong entrance from the band’s and potent teaser for their upcoming album.

The self-released Revelator is available as a free download now @ https://www.facebook.com/TheBoyFromTheCrowd/app_262920113912164

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Damn Vandals – Too Lazy To Die Too Stoned To Live/Cities Of A Plastic World

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Providing another irresistible taster and invitation to their widely acclaimed, album of the year contender Rocket Out Of London, UK psyche rockers Damn Vandals are unleashing a new double A-sided single. Comprised of two tracks distinctly different but deviously united in stealing the passions, the release is a ridiculously contagious and venomously caustic stomp. Both Too Lazy To Die Too Stoned To Live and Cities Of A Plastic World worm under the skin with compelling ingenuity and voracious enterprise, offering another inescapable temptation bred from a riveting brawl of garage punk infused with psyche and stoner rock from the London band. Quite simply it is punk infused rock ‘n’ roll at its most rigorously captivating and addictive.

Damn Vandals first gripped the passions with their Beautiful Mind EP, itself surpassed by debut album Done For Desire in 2012. Earlier this year the Julian Simmons (Midlake, Ed Sheeran, Guillemots, Goldheart Assembly) DE Ade Mulgrewproduced Rocket Out Of London set a new plateau for the band and template for emerging garage punk bands, the new single brings a stirring reminder with its sonic and deranged alchemy.

Both songs on the single provide a startling and magnetic scourge of unique sound and invention. Too Lazy To Die Too Stoned To Live makes an early vocal declaration before the track slips into a sultry and feverish stroll of melodic acidity and sonic expression. There is a sweet and sour twang to every slither of guitar incitement cast by Frank Pick whilst the bass of Adam Kilemore Gardens provides a throaty temptation which flirts with ears and imagination. Driven by the vibrant sinews of Chris Christianson’s beats and lorded over by the deliciously unique tones of Jack Kansas, the song finds a higher gear as it unleashes a captivating canter to its discord licked persuasion. Like Fatima Mansions meets Queens Of The Stone Age, with a flavoursome side dish of Engerica, the song is a glorious haunting of ears and passions.

   Cities Of A Plastic World breeds its own distinct veining of warped endeavour, a web of drama drenched sonic intrigue from the guitars aligning with jabbing beats for a delicious nagging on the senses and thoughts. A mischievous intimidation comes with the bass lures whilst vocally Kansas again parades the lyrical narrative with devious and raw expression whilst pure virulence soaks the dynamics and discord fuelled breath of the song. Complete with psychotic imagination to its rebellious nature, the track is one of the band’s finest moments to date.

If Damn Vandals has managed to escape the clutches of your attention then getting your teeth into the infectious heart of their new single is a must. Theirs is a sound which seduces and infests body relentlessly right through to emotions for the richest long lasting rewards; the twin temptation Too Lazy To Die Too Stoned To Live/Cities Of A Plastic World the perfect vehicle for their corruption of your soul.

Too Lazy To Die Too Stoned To Live/Cities Of A Plastic World is available on CD and digitally on iTunes and all major download sites from 22nd September.

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Tribazik -Tools Of Mass Creation

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Swiftly following the acclaimed success of their recent album Data Warfare, UK band Tribazik unleash their new gripping and contagion fuelled single, Tools Of Mass Creation. The closing track on their outstanding full-length, the song is an emotion and thought provoking tempest of sound and adventure, reinforcing the potential and creative emprise shining within the London based trio.

Formed by Jerry Kandiah (vocals/guitar) and Hedge Seel (drums/samples), Tribazik has grown into one of Britain’s most inventive and formidable prospects, Data Warfare their coming of age and the suspected spark to a world spotlight upon their ingenious mix of sounds. Sculpting an individual presence through the merger of genres such alternative rock, psychedelic metal, industrial, techno and much more, the band grabbed the attention of Killing Joke bassist Paul Raven from the release of the single Yang To Yin alone. The song led to the invitation and supporting of Killing Joke on two European tours as well as Jaz Coleman guesting on a track on Tribazik’s Andy Gill (Gang of Four) mixed debut album All Blood is Red in 2009. From there the pair became a trio with the recruitment of Syan and subsequently the creation and release of the self-produced and Youth (Killing Joke, The Orb, The Verve) mixed Date Warfare earlier this year. It is a fiercely flavoured tempest of imagination drenched sound and inventive force managing to cast a mix of early Killing Joke, Pendulum, Pitchshifter, The Prodigy, and Red Beat, whilst sculpting something new and invigoratingly distinct to Tribazik. Now Tools Of Mass Creation is ready to stir up another incitement for the album and itself, an aim as with its source release hard to imagine failing to achieve success.

The single harasses ears from its first breath, rhythms rapping with thick sinews on the senses whilst guitars blaze with a raw causticity to their riffs and hooks. The gothic harmonies of Syan glance across the turbulent air of the track soon after whilst beneath, the track roars with aggression and antagonistic intensity. It then relaxes into a more merciful embrace, the mellow tones of Syan snuggling closer to the ear as Kandiah unveils the narrative with his captivating voice. It is a smouldering passage prone to forceful eruptions of sonic energy and blazing passion musically and vocally. There is an unavoidable essence to Killing Joke to the track, as well as a tasty tinge of Fear Factory, but as it brawls and seduces body and emotions, the song sets down an individual character and beauty to the fury which belongs solely to its creators.

Tools Of Mass Creation is a riveting and mouth-watering furnace of sound and enterprise, the perfect doorway for those still not infected by the exciting presence of Tribazik, to dive into their glorious depths.

Tools Of Mass Creation is available on September 24th

Tribazik have confirmed a special single release party at London’s Islington Academy 2 on September 24th. To celebrate the single release of Tools Of Mass Creation, the band have promised ‘A storming show with full visual onslaught’

Tickets for the event can be purchased from http://www.o2academyislington.co.uk/event/69196/tribazik-tickets

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