Tagged: Rock

Stone Cold Fiction unleash new single ‘Two Step’

➤  5 April, 2018, 09:30 | by:

So what better to start off the new tax year than releasing some new music? Well, Stone Cold Fiction have done just that with the release of their new single ‘Two Step’. The song is the first...

Ones to Watch 2018: Goan Dogs

➤  5 January, 2018, 12:00 | by:

New music to discover and set to breakthrough over the next 12 months When was the last time you danced the night away to the swaggering melodies of Goan Dogs? In terms of campaigns, the Bristol five-piece...

Ones to Watch 2018: Sœur

➤  4 January, 2018, 09:00 | by:

New music to discover and set to breakthrough over the next 12 months Bristol rockers Sœur have become a Bristol favourite and rightfully so following an exceptional campaign which saw them release their debut EP What Separates...

Ones to Watch 2018: Yonaka

➤  3 January, 2018, 12:00 | by:

New music to discover and set to breakthrough over the next 12 months Like Bristol, Brighton has produced some quality bands over the past few months with punk rock four-piece Yonaka being no exception. 2017 saw the...

Wolf Alice are back! Listen to new single ‘Yuk Foo’

➤  13 June, 2017, 21:00 | by:

Having teased fans with mysterious post cards and lyrics the past few weeks, Wolf Alice are officially back with new material and details of their second studio album to be released this Autumn. Visions Of A Life...

Demob Happy return with new single ‘Dead Dreamers’

➤  7 May, 2017, 16:30 | by:

Brighton trio Demob Happy are back with their new single ‘Dead Dreamers’, and first release since 2015’s debut LP Dream Soda. Breaking the shackles to unleash all the grunge, fuzz and noise, the band are sounding bigger...

Sleeptalking – Oh Isn’t It Strange? EP

➤  20 April, 2017, 09:53 | by:

A quick scroll through Sleeptalking’s social media feed would give you the impression that they were a tribute to 70’s rock ‘n’ roll and all its excesses, or even that you were stuck in a Life on...

Interview: the beginning and now of No Violet

➤  5 April, 2017, 13:05 | by:

Dot to Dot Festival 2016 was an overwhelming spectacle swamping the city centre with an utter deluge of bands from numerous far flung locations. One of the acts that stuck in my mind however, was No Violet...

Sœur Review – The Louisiana

➤  26 March, 2017, 12:30 | by:

With today’s horrible news in Westminster, a time for support and togetherness couldn’t be more important. Certainly a local hometown show would help settle nerves and cheer up spirits, and an exciting one for sure as Bristol...

Van Zeller Review – The Louisiana

➤  24 March, 2017, 13:20 | by:

While plenty of successful touring bands roll through every month, there has been something of a lack of momentum for Bristol bands in the last half-decade to really absorb the full support of their home city and...

LEECHES – Strange Bonds EP

➤  3 March, 2017, 16:30 | by:

As a surprisingly enjoyable BBC4 documentary once put, the indie genre in its purest form is ‘music for outsiders’. LEECHES, a now three-piece band from Dorset who are currently staking a claim in Bristol’s alt-rock underworld, are...

March Picks: Sœur

➤  1 March, 2017, 21:00 | by:

Photo: Laure Noverraz Bristol based three-piece Sœur have just unveiled their fiery new single ‘Put You On’, the opening track from the their forthcoming debut EP What Separates Us. They will be celebrating the release with a...

Stone Cold Fiction – Self-titled EP

➤  8 February, 2017, 20:00 | by:

Photo: Mustafa Mirreh Stone Cold Fiction’s second EP is a healthy amalgamation of traditional and modern blues rock. Recorded at Nine Volt Leap and finalised by Dominic Bailey-Clay at Loud Mastering (PJ Harvey, Kula Shaker), it’s difficult...

Premiere: Louisa Baker debuts with ‘Tell Me, Tell Me’

➤  27 January, 2017, 10:00 | by:

Here on Tap The Feed we’re all about supporting new music and also giving you readers the chance at home or on the go to discover your next favourite artist. Today we’re super excited to bring you...

Stone Cold Fiction Review – The Lanes

➤  25 January, 2017, 21:30 | by:

Photo: Mustafa Mirreh Brash distorted guitars and the merciless thud of drums in The Lanes is all the more brutal with the hard floors and dense surfaces causing the sounds to rebound around the room. With the...