Love Star EP by The Inconsistent Jukebox

The Inconsistent Jukebox AKA Barry Snaith comes from Wakefield, UK but produces globally, can count David Lynch and Gary Lucas (guitarist for Jeff Buckley & Captain Beefheart) amongst his fans, and has worked and recorded in the past with The Ramones and with the equally legendary Chrissie Hynde. Now releasing his first solo EP “Love Star” with featured artists from the SoundCloud community.

Love Star EP features:

Echo Cosmic (Artist/producer)
Lola Demo (Artist)
Anda Volley (Artist)
Gasdoc100 (Artist)
Darren Chilton (Artist)
Erika Bach (Mastering)
Steve Chapman Smith (Producer)
Cover Illustration by Chris Pendergraft
Special thanks to Richard Devine and Jurko Haltuu.

“Freak in Me” by Hangmore catchy melodies that stick in your head for days

Hangmore is a rock band that arose out of the ashes of earlier bands of various genres in Stockholm, Sweden in 2009. Since the start, Hangmore has been in constant progress. They have previously released two EP’s and in May of 2013 they released their new 7-track album Apocalips on Spotify, iTunes and Amazon while building a small but loyal following by playing local clubs and venues.

It is by far their strongest material to date. This heavy sound combined with catchy melodies that stick in your head for days makes them an unstoppable band, ready to take on the world. In may 2013 Hangmore signed with Sliptrick Records and released the new album Apocalips, recorded in Hangmore Studios.

Two tracks from the first release were featured on the albums RIOT ON SUNSET VOL. 24 and ACOUSTIKA VOL. 24 released by 272 Records out of Hollywood, California. The main track from the second EP, Soaked in Bleach can be heard on Bandit Rock 106,3 FM, one of the biggest rock stations in Sweden.

Review
“Freak In Me” and “We Rise”, are actually quite good. I personally prefer “Freak In Me” myself but that’s just because I like the chorus better than the one from “We Rise”. The vocals from each have a really good sound to them along with the guitars that are somewhat heavy, but the vocalist really balances them out by putting a smooth sound to go with the edgy guitars. The drums also give a fantastic beat and rhythm to them that persisted throughout both songs. Overall, I think “Freak In Me” is the better of the two like I said but that certainly doesn’t mean “We Rise” is bad. I even asked one of Hangmore’s members if a full album featuring these songs will release soon, and sadly he said “Due to money issues it can take awhile before we are able to record the full album.” I mean fair enough, right? The process is long and grueling especially if you don’t have easy money you can just slam down and do everything needed to record a full album. But until news of a second album comes, we can listen to these two tracks on Spotify or watch the music video for “Freak In Me” that I will put below for all of you to form your own opinions. Headbanger FM

“Human Emotion Exploitation Manual” new single from The Recordists

The Recordists Mark Fletcher vocals
The Recordists
Mark Fletcher – Voice, Chris Jones – Lead, Joel Hughes – Bass , Dan Harris – Drums

One night in Sheffield in 2013, in a decrepit bar so bleak the walls bleed and babies smoke, The Recordists were born born from having nothing in their pockets but lofty ambition. So, Mark Fletcher, Chris Jones, Joel Hughes and Dan Harris decided to do something about it, and set about scheming a plan to achieve either world domination or total destruction, and either will leave them satisfied. People have formed opinions quickly. Mudhoney meets The Stooges. Mark E. Smith fronting Sonic Youth. The Sex Pistols possessing The Pixies. And so, the songs have been penned. The gigs have been cemented. Now, history is waiting to be written. Always of the belief that you should be absolutely amazing or bloody awful, either way, they are ready for the ride, and they invite you to join them. Recklessness feels like responsibility.

New Single
Human Emotion Exploitation Manual

Out today “Freak in Me” by Hangmore

What you need to know about Hangmore
Joakim Kulo: Guitar
Sarbjit Singh: Drums
Kenneth Burman: Guitar vocals
Henrik Bergalm: Bass
Hangmore is a rock band that arose out of the ashes of earlier bands of various genres in Stockholm, Sweden in 2009. Since the start, Hangmore has been in constant progress. They have previously released two EP’s and in May of 2013 they released their new 7-track album Apocalips on Spotify, iTunes and Amazon while building a small but loyal following by playing local clubs and venues.

It is by far their strongest material to date. This heavy sound combined with catchy melodies that stick in your head for days makes them an unstoppable band, ready to take on the world.
In may 2013 Hangmore signed with Sliptrick Records and released the new album Apocalips, recorded in Hangmore Studios.

Two tracks from the first release were featured on the albums RIOT ON SUNSET VOL. 24 and ACOUSTIKA VOL. 24 released by 272 Records out of Hollywood, California. The main track from the second EP, Soaked in Bleach can be heard on Bandit Rock 106,3 FM, one of the biggest rock stations in Sweden. The new songs as well as production and mastering by Cutting Room give Apocalips more nerve, energy.

Hang More The Freak In Me

 

“All Shook Up” the new EP from Shoot The Wendy Bird

Shoot The Wendy Bird Holier Than Thou Records

Shoot The Wendy Bird are an Anglo/American indie rock duo formed in December 2013. They are vocalist Dolll and guitarist/producer Barry Snaith (aka The Inconsistent Jukebox), with a few guests along the way. Both prolific songwriters.
Influences range far and wide: Captain Beefheart, Queen Adreena, David Lynch, Nine Inch Nails, Cindy Sherman, The Cocteau Twins, Jan Švankmajer, Guillermo del Toro, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Peter Pan, Shel Silverstein, The Magic Band, David Bowie, Joanna Newsom, Ruby Throat, Velvet Underground, Quentin Tarantino, Venice, Spanish Cinema, Pedro Almodovar, Beck, Portishead, Burt Bacharach, Francis Bacon, The Pixies, Tom Waits, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, John Cooper Clarke, Leigh Bowery, William Burroughs, Nirvana, The Stooges, The Fall, Chuck Jones, Brian Eno…
“Exciting, sexy, sleazy, weird. Francis Bacon meets Derek Jarman and David Lynch at Cindy Sherman’s house” Independent Music Weekly Podcast

On release now

The new single by The Recordists is here “Crossfire” is free to download for a limited time. Please share “Crossfire” with your friends and thanks for listening.

“Darkest Horse” the new single from The Senton Bombs is an original hard rock country styled anthem taken from their critically acclaimed album ‘Chapter Zero’. The song represents a deviation from the band’s unique rock sound and has been unanimously praised by reviewers and music lovers far and wide.

What the media are saying

“A country tinged sophisticated piece of work that will impregnate your mind & musical senses. A perfectly put together song with cultivated lyrics and a high standard of musicianship.”
TBFM Magazine

“Darkest Horse could quite easily have writing credits that read “Hudson/McKagan”. A storming straight up piece of classic hard rock.”
–Uber Rock–

“This is a momentous offering that moves the band into new wondrous realms. The song is everything a fine song should be – a solid session of wrap-around sound that reeks of excellence.”
–Fungalpunk–

“The Darkest Horse, so aptly named, is another superb track which proves this band ‘ain’t no one trick pony’ as they unleash their Darkest Horse upon our ears.” –Rock In The Blues–

“This Cowboy rock monster is ****ing awesome, the first time I heard this I stopped breathing as it was interfering with the beauty and majesty of this, and I still do. Rock poetry divine.” –Studs & Punx–

“Darkest Horse is such an aptly named track. It’s got a country sound to it from the vocals through to the music. Lyrically i really enjoyed this song.” –Punx.com–

“This is one of the best tracks I have heard. I don’t mean ‘by this band’. Nor do I mean in ‘ the last few years’. I mean EVER. This is simply AWESOME. The vocals are sublime, the backing vocals perfect, the drumming of the finest quality, the guitar work is exquisite, particularly the acoustic sections which have such a Zepplinesque quality about them.” –Moose Man–

“Darkest Horse – Country and Western meets Punk. ‘The House is Burning Down’ meets a ‘Ring of Fire’. Joey Class meets Johnny Cash!” –Planet Mosh–

“Look Both Ways” is the next single from Sonny Jim, but the label to release has not been decided yet.

Sonny Jim Holier Than Thou Records

We have secured US licensing for Sonny Jim and the band have received further interest in their songs from the UK and internationally. The main stem of the band is their quality writing and recording and that’s how we can see them develop over the next few years. We may lose them to a major, but we’re sure that they will stick to their hard rock roots.

Out on radio promotion now Anyone’s Guess (RedDragon Records) New single “Apathy” Taken from their EP “March In The Dark”

Anyones Guess Red Dragon Records a Holier Than Thou Records Promotions

Anyone’s Guess (Central Florida) is fronted by the  beautiful Sanja Jovanovic. The bands main  influences  are Alanis Morissette, 30 Seconds to Mars, Tool, Staind, Sick Puppies and Foo Fighters,  “Anyone’s Guess has been able to release “compelling music with an insistent quality”- IndieMusic.com. In their short time together, the band has self-released an EP ‘ Cost of Silence’ and a full-length, double-disc, album ‘Point: Counterpoint,’ both of which have been enthusiastically received by various internet, college and local radio stations alike. Their previous  single “I Call You” received internet and college radio play in the US and abroad and its acoustic counterpart, ‘Leavin’ has been licensed to Synchup for TV placement. Through hard work and a dynamic show schedule, they have established themselves as one of the better-known bands in Central Florida and have opened up for nationally touring bands like Pandemic and 12 Stones.
“Raw, emotional rock. That’s what I thought when I first heard Anyone’s Guess. ‘I Call You’ was the first track from the band that I played on my show, and it was an immediate favorite with my listeners… and me! The amazing combination of melodic guitar and smooth vocals that leads in to solid beats and amazing harmonies that never fails to grab me.” – The Bugcast.