Formed by ex-Be Your Own Pet guitarist Jonas Stein, this mob not only boast film star credentials, but an album that 'thrashes it's way though punk, surf and power-pop, leaving a wake of blown mind
AKA Jordan Jeffares, a peer of Deerhunter and The Black Lips whose post-punk leanings created a huge blog buzz, and finds him set to release album number two this year.
Former tour-mates of Kings Of Leon, The Features' second album Wilderness dropped in 2011, extolling their gruff country-blues to incredible effect.
Originally from Jackson, Mississippi, this hirsute quintet deliver rowdy southern-imbued guitar rock; dusty whiskey-soaked guitars that soundtrack and wild night out.
Hold on to your hats: Clear Plastic Masks are likely to explode on stage. Not literally, of course, but do expect raw, pummeling rock that’ll blow any head-warming accessories away.
Singing old-time blues for catchy modern days, London-based Jamie is impressing at every turn. Just ask Eminem, who’s sampled the gravelly-voiced one for his new song.
Named after the Tennessee town from whence they came, Kingston Springs are four like-minded friends whose dreams of urgent garage rock are way too big for such a small town.
These Nashville upstarts’ debut EP, ‘Stoned Eagle’, extols hearty country-infused rock ‘n’ roll, and earned comparisons to The Band and the Stones. That’s good company to keep.