Milk & Biscuits – Hairstyles

Here’s to kickstarting Monday with a mellow tune – Milk & Biscuit’s ‘Hairstyles’.

The gentle melody and somewhat wistful vocals give this track a sound reminiscent of the Stone Roses and a laid back, summery feel which makes the listener feel like they are immersed in glorious sunshine. Not many bands can do that!

These guys have a definite charm about them and are worth a listen – so go here for more tuneage: https://soundcloud.com/bigsaladrecords

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Fresh Like Dexie – Antiques

Fresh Like Dexie are a band bursting with energy and musical talent and have hit the ground running after forming a couple of years ago.

The band have already headlined many gigs and gained a huge fan base – and their live shows are not to be missed!

‘Antiques’ is an offering that brings us more of their blistering funk sound which is complemented by Dani’s superb ‘jazz style’ vocals.

You can check out some more sounds from this unique band here: https://soundcloud.com/fresh-like-dexie

Hybrid 9 – The Devil’s Son

Hybrid 9 are hardcore. And they are definitely a must for the Hard Rock / Metal connoisseur.

With gritty vocals, an intense rhythm section and fiery guitar (and riffs that could rival the Metal Gods of old), The Devil’s Son is bolshy and in your face – and we love it!

Infused with confidence and infectious energy, the band are well on the road to much deserved success!

Check out some of their other tunes here: http://www.reverbnation.com/hybrid9

The Coffee Shop Kids – The Ooh Song

Today’s musical offering is for the more mellow listener in the form of melodic indie folk band, The Coffee Shop Kids.

The beautiful piano and haunting vocals make this tune a must for the iPod/laptop/walkman (yes some of us really do still have them).

The Ooh Song is the debut single from the three-piece and it is definitely catchy!

Especially the ‘oohs’. Go on, you know you want to ‘ooh’ with them too.

Skarlett Riot – What We’ve Become

Skarlett Riot is a band making waves in the music world and ‘What We’ve Become’ doesn’t disappoint.

With Skarlett’s raucous vocals and the heavy, gritty riffs, there is a real energy to the song – and to the band’s sound as a whole.

The band’s EP ‘Villains’ was released early this year, so if this song leaves you wanting more, go check it out!

Wolves At The Door – 121212

Wolves At The Door are fairly new to the scene although the members of the band have been part of various bands and projects for a while, particularly lead singer, Dan Martin who has released numerous albums under his alias: Danny Dangerously.

121212 is the Wolves’ debut single which fuses immense, hooky riffs with melodic guitar and vocals and a pounding rhythm section.

The lads have done a great job with the video for 121212, which has an air of Bowie meets Clockwork Orange.

WATD is definitely one to watch!