Basement Revolver, “Johnny”
RIYL: Of Monsters and Men, Alvvays, Sebadoh
Having played Supercrawl and Endless Summer, this fresh Hamilton group is prepping to drop their first EP. This single, which will be featured on the EP is a wonderful indie-pop track that blends in some psych, folk and drips with heartache and angst.
RIYL: Bad Brains, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sublime
South London based reggae-rock troupe, Mangoseed, dropped a stunning new video for their new single, “Lucy”. This catchy track showcases the band’s trademark blend of reggae-style dance rhythms, rock and punk sensibilities.
Rosy Ray Sunshine, “Circling the Drain”
RIYL: Monster Magnet, Butthole Surfers, Mondo Generator
Don’t let the name of this Hamilton based trio mistake you, their sound isn’t all rays of sunshine like you’d expect. This track from their debut self-titled album showcases their blazing mix of experimental psychedelia and gritty steel city punk.
Desert Bones, “Hard Life”
RIYL: Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Ladyhawk
Melbourne-based two-piece, Desert Bones, dropped the first single from their soon to be released debut album, “Shy Existence”. The single features some classic heartland-rock inspired indie, dripping with soul and emotion.
COLT 45, “All Hell Broke Loose”
RIYL: Rise Against, Rancid, the Flatliners
Hailing from Cumbria, these British punks will be dropping their new EP, “Snakes and Ladders”, April 29th followed by a string of festival shows throughout Europe. The single shows their great punk sounds, infused with alt-rock hooks and a tonne of heart.