Sadly split and deeply missed, Freeze the Atlantic arose phoenix-like from under intense pressure to match the critical respect of guitarist Andy Gilmour’s other band (Hundred Reasons) and drummer Guy Davis and bassist Jon Pearce’s previous band (Reuben). The band’s three albums, all on Alcopop! Records, simultaneously silenced all critics and proved that, when done well,…Details
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Straight outta Cambridge and into the UK Top 40 Album Charts, Mallory Knox are an incendiary rock band. Nominated by Kerrang in 2013 as the Best British Newcomer, the band’s album Signals reached 33 in the UK album chart. These lads are gaining vast momentum through hardcore touring and an incredible live set. Put simply,…Details
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Burton on Trent’s Max Raptor have been creating a stir in the underground rock circuit thanks to three factors: punishingly catching songs, one of the strongest live sets any of us at Vein-Tap.com HQ have ever seen, and the uncanny ability to get an entire crowd on side though sheer enthusiasm and the love of…Details
The Pat McManus Band are a rock/blues trio hailing from Ireland, headed up by former Mama’s Boys and Celtus guitarist, violinist and singer song writer Pat McManus. The ‘PMB’ line up is completed by former ‘More Power To Your Elbow’ powerful drummer Paul Faloon and rhythmic and solid former country music and session bass player…Details
Phaeleh, aka Matt Preston, has been releasing genre-spanning music since 2008. Tipping his musical hat to house, electronica, dubstep, and ambient, but never being over-faithful to any set genre of electronic music, Phaeleh’s releases have put him to the forefront of Bristol’s electronic music scene: one of the most hallowed and culturally relevant in the entire…Details
A rock power duo, formed in Liverpool in 2014, Rival Bones make a torrent of rock noise which puts them in the same sonic leagues as DZ Deathrays and Royal Blood. Currently making the stages of the UK small festival circuit creak under the sheer weight of their desert rock inspired riffs, the band has…Details
One of the UK’s leading alternate bands, Therapy?’s career stretches back through the ages, and includes staple alternate albums such as Troublegum, Infernal Love, Never Apologise Never Explain and 2018’s monolithic Cleave. Frontman Andy Cairns uses the Leech and the Little Horn Boost into a Marshall JCM800 amp, allowing for three flavours of a classic…Details