With the release of The Smith Street Band‘s latest album “More Scared of You Than You Are of Me“, the Australian four-piece have posted an acoustic version of their new track “Suffer” through their American label Side One Dummy. Watch the video below! Continue reading
25 years of Groezrock: an anniversary edition with lots of great names, both big (Rancid, No Use For A Name, Sum 41) and small (Bad Cap Bad Cop, Muncie Girls) and somewhere in between. Somewhere in between is where you had to look to find the acoustic acts this year. While last year still incorporated some acoustic artists on the Macbeth Stage (Ducking Punches), this year Frank Turner was the only one on the big stage with an acoustic guitar with him. Still, in several places you could find some peace and quiet – *ahum* – with some acoustic music. Read our report here! Continue reading
As Brightr, Laurie Cottingham makes a brand of acoustic twinkle-infused heartfelt music that he describes as ‘gloomy emo pop’. His songs, however, are anything but gloomy; on his debut release “Year One“, Brightr pours his soul into 13 tracks punctuated by crisp (one could even say bright, but we’ll try not to) guitar tones and noodling riffs that betray his skill as both a musician and songwriter. Read the full review below. Continue reading
A video for Yotam‘s title track “California Sounds” takes the Isreali singer-songwriter back to the cover of his album, with just slightly more beard. Take a look below.
Coffee, music, witty lyrics and a puppet. All of them are ingredients to the new single “Begin Again” by London’s Patrick Craig, and not surprisingly they make a good blend. Stream the video now below. Continue reading