2019 Singles

Catholic Action – One Of Us (Review)

First emerged back in 2016, Catholic Action have been climbing up the ladder to success ever since. Returning back with their first single of 2019, “One Of Us” is taken off their upcoming release “Celebrated by Strangers” which promises to be far more focused. Finding it’s way throughout the number, the fuzzed out new single… Continue reading Catholic Action – One Of Us (Review)

2019 Singles

Puppet Theory – Katia (Review)

Released September 13th, “Katia” is the latest offering from Manchester based quartet Puppet Theory. With a natural flair of indie rock and pop-punk in their roots, the energetic band are known for their live performance and infectious choruses. Bringing their own take on today’s indie rock scene, the fresh nature of the band pores with… Continue reading Puppet Theory – Katia (Review)

2019 Singles

Glass Violet – Chemicals (Review)

Bristol based Glass Violet cite inspiration from bands such as The Killers and Kasabian. Receiving supports from the likes of BBC Radio Bristol and Amazing Radio, their debut single ‘Chemicals’ features a simple indie rock structure with a highly energetic atmosphere. Known for their exceptional live shows around the country, the unstoppable quintet have a… Continue reading Glass Violet – Chemicals (Review)

2019 Singles

The Waah-Kin Tribe – Mundane Mardy Life (Review)

Released August 30th, The Waah-Kin Tribe return with their second single “Mundane Mardy Life”. Hailing from Scunthorpe, the energetic trio blend an alternative outlook with indie rock. With comparisons to bands such as Arcade Fire and Scouting for Girls, the melodic band’s new track certainly uplifts any type of mood. After the success of their… Continue reading The Waah-Kin Tribe – Mundane Mardy Life (Review)

2019 Singles

The Garage Flowers – Pandora Smiles (Review)

Taken off their upcoming debut EP ‘Moods Like English Weather’, The Garage Flowers brand new single ‘Pandora Smiles’ came all at once. Bringing you up to speed, the London based band have been gaining support from media outlets and the BBC for a couple of years now. Packed with rock and roll dance floor hits… Continue reading The Garage Flowers – Pandora Smiles (Review)

2019 Singles

Glossii – Watching Me (Review)

Formed in 2017 by Charlie Lock (bass) and Lewis Smith (guitar), along came Sofia Zanghirella (vocals) and Reuben Rost (drums) to create Glossii. Having found success from performing at Camden Rocks Festival, supporting HMLTD, the quartet have gained support from names such as NME, BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio. Defining a sound that can only… Continue reading Glossii – Watching Me (Review)

2019 Singles

Stanley Duke and the Kindred Spirits – Collagen (Review)

Stanley Duke from Lost Dawn returns with a brand new project - Stanley Duke & The Kindred Spirits. Theatrical and psychedelic, the collective fuse rock and roll with a pop twist. Their first single “Collagen” dropped July 26th and has been proving that this new concept for Stanley is capturing his true vision.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unVKRqN6KKc Delivering… Continue reading Stanley Duke and the Kindred Spirits – Collagen (Review)

2019 Singles

The Brookes – Spaceship Rodeo (Review)

Captivating quartet The Brookes hail from Grimsby. Delivering a vibrant, electrifying set through studio quality, they return with “Spaceship Rodeo”. The youngster showcase a refreshing 70’s sound merged with the indie music scene that the world is currently in. For youngsters, their level of maturity illustrates their progression. Putting heart and soul into every performance,… Continue reading The Brookes – Spaceship Rodeo (Review)

2019 Singles

Dear Monday – Somebody (Review)

Newly formed pop rock band Dear Monday are based in Cambridge. Vocalist Jamie Wiltshire isn’t a stranger to MoggBlog as his other Alternative band Standing Like Statues received a feature not long ago. With a refreshing sound, Dear Monday are here to show that they’re here to stay. For a debut single, ‘Somebody’ compliments the… Continue reading Dear Monday – Somebody (Review)

2019 Singles

Raised on TV – Soul on Fire (Review)

Los Angeles based alt rock outfit Raised on TV are back with new single “Soul on Fire”. Comprised of two brothers and their high school friend, the trio fuse a high level of melodic rock with an indie-esque nature. Narrating the feeling of rediscovering one’s self in the middle of the digital age, there's a… Continue reading Raised on TV – Soul on Fire (Review)