This Sound Nation Category: Indie rock

Category: Indie rock

No Soap No Radio–While you were gone

No Soap No Radio offers a considerable and kaleidoscopic catalogue of great songs and dynamic, accessible music, boasting great rhythmic command and heart-stopping refrains. Their latest release, While You Were Gone, is a compelling album demonstrating everything that makes No Soap No Radio distinctive and memorable. Built on the songs of guitarist/vocalist Mark Wilson, No… Read more

 

This Sound Nation are swept away by Newcastle band Yellow Creatures and their amazing new ‘Spectrum’ E.P

‘Spectrum’ is the third EP from Newcastle based Yellow Creatures. It follows their 2014 release  ‘The Year of Everything & Nothing’ EP  which saw the band being selected to play the BBC 6 Music Festival in 2015  where they were introduced by Tom Robinson. Yellow Creatures influences range from current pop and alternative artists such… Read more

 

Flirt with Danger release mammoth psychedelic neo rockabilly space rock album ‘The mini album’

British-based electrosurfbilly band, Flirt With Danger have released their debut album, ‘The Mini-Album’. The music is an imaginative, provocative and eclectic mix of neo-rockabilly, surf, 60s garage and proto-punk, combined with analogue synth sounds. The lyrics draw on both modern concerns and retro-futuristic imagery, very much in line with the burgeoning atompunk artistic scene. It… Read more

 

This Sound Nation salutes Savannah with their latest EP

Savannah are an emerging Britrock band from Telford, Shropshire, who quickly established a strong local following and are now releasing their first EP. The Savannah line-up is Liam Ball on vocals, Jason Lewis playing guitar, Tom Jones on bass and drummer, Harry Neat. ‘Rockin the gaff’ is Savannah’s game since they formed in 2013 and… Read more