Pipers – Edge of Nowhere

I don’t often listen to Neapolitan bands, I must admit, either due to a lack of supply or a narrow mind. Pipers, a three piece from the lovely Italian city have been bubbling away in the streets of Naples for a while now, and have developed their sound from electric-tinged indie pop to a moreContinue reading “Pipers – Edge of Nowhere”

The Outs – Right or Wrong

The sixties and Britpop eras were something of a golden age for music, and The Outs are well aware of this. Noel Gallagher endorses them with Tiago Craneiro’s Liam-esque snarl, this band are oozing Oasis comparisons.  But listen deeper and all they have done is listened to records off their youth, absorbed the influences, andContinue reading “The Outs – Right or Wrong”

Bwani Junction share new songs

Sat on Exponential’s  roof top, on a windy July evening overlooking Mayfair, I have a chat with Bwani Junction, (left to right)Dan Muir (Lead Guitarist), Fergus Robson (Bassist), Jack Fotheringham (Drummer), and Rory Fairweather (Front-man) and ahead of the release of new single Papa Candy. Having patented their own exhilarating strain of something that could be described asContinue reading “Bwani Junction share new songs”

Vuvuvultures – Safe Skin

Moody, abrasive, unsettling yet totally danceable. Vuvuvultures have got something that you don’t find very often, and it’s not just a name with three v’s. To celebrate the start of their trip to Brazil (something worth celebrating; it is an awesome country) they have released a stunning, synthetic and organic video to Safe Skin. FullContinue reading “Vuvuvultures – Safe Skin”

Three for Free

January 14th 2013 Weatherbird – Liar B town bands abound, and Weatherbird are the latest on the scene. Their abrasive, rugged new tune Liar is angst fuelled an fast – and free. I Swim With Sharks – Thunder Mixing an array of sonic influences and styles, I Swim With Sharks are one of the mostContinue reading “Three for Free”