This week saw the release of exceptional double A side from those Scottish Princes, Modern Faces. Dunfermline’s finest Rock band are showcasing their talent for writing colossal tunes and Pravda Scrolls and Cynical Brother are certainly no exception.
The double A side single was released on the 9th April and will be released through their own label. It is a bombastic assault of pure epic sounding proportions, that you simply couldn’t ignore. Have a listen for yourself right here…
Having supported the likes of Kasabian, The Charlatans and Shed Seven along with playing their own headline shows and will be going out on the road for further shows and festival performances this year.
The band are currently in the studio working on their debut album which will be released later this year. Modern Faces are geared up to resurrect good old fashioned British Rock ‘n’ Roll, so get ready for them.
I got a very confident email about a month ago saying, “A great band making a lot of noise” and “Unsigned and very exciting”. Can’t really ignore that kind of bravado now can I. So I present to you fine people, The Deadsets.
Coming out of Swansea with 18 months of writing and recording under their belts, The Deadsets are at the moment coming at you in full force and there’s no letting up. With a huge sound, best suited for stadiums, these guys take influences from the likes of Oasis, Kasabian, Lennon and echoes of the classic spaghetti western soundtracks. Within this recording process they put together a small EP promo for reviewing purposes and fucking hell its epic and so cleverly constructed. They have honed their craft down to a T and every single song is a statement of intent.
The band is currently in the middle of recording their debut album entitled “Hang The Romantics”, and if what I have heard so far is anything to go by, it’s shaping up to be an exceptional record. Mammoth sounds embroiled in a scope of Morricone and raw guitar punk. They have high ambitions and their music certainly reflects this huge fearless, self-assured attitude that they exude by the bucket load.
Don’t believe me? Check out this track ‘The Death Of Suzie Jane’
For more info on the brilliant Deadsets, you only have to head over to their Facebook page.
Evening! I have been very busy compiling the first Sourmash Mixtape over the last few days. It is coming along nicely and I can announce right here that it will be entitled - ‘Sourmash Mixtape Vol.1: The Walls Are Not Listening’. I’m very excited and hope you are too. So moving on to the business of the Sourmash Top 10 this week. Some new tracks from Kasabian, Ed Sheeran and a classic from Little Richard. Also the brand new video from TEETH, which has to be watched as it is pretty special! ENJOY