Aagoo Records has released the new full-length album 'Hiccup' from New York City-based artist CUP on vinyl, CD and digitally. Cup is Tym Wojcik, who is originally from Houston, Texas, but currently lives in Queens, New York. Cup is Wojcik’s reaction to a lifetime of being forced to play rhythm guitar parts. A combination of power chords, repeated endlessly, while … Continue reading CUP RELEASES ‘APPARITION’ VIDEO FROM NEW ALBUM ‘HICCUP’
Moonshine Booze presents 'The Place', the first single off their debut album 'Desert Road', which will be released via Seahorse Recordingsin mid-March. Combining grit blues rock with alternative country, their music has been described as psychedelic country blues-tinged rock, as well as brazen desert alcoholic acoustic rock. Moonshine Booze formed in the summer of 2014 in Teramo, Italy. This trio is comprised … Continue reading MOONSHINE BOOZE RELEASE ‘THE PLACE’ FROM UPCOMING ALBUM ‘DESERT ROAD’.
After going dark for a few years, Nordic alt-rockers, My Misspent Youth, are back with an epic tune! MMY seem to have a knack for writing deep, powerful music that's both emotionally evocative, yet surprisingly uplifting. Their latest release, 'Landmover', is no different, with a fresh Metric vibe blended with their trademark sound. This is … Continue reading MY MISSPENT YOUTH RELEASE NEW TRACK, ‘LANDMOVER’
Fast-rising melodic thrash metallers, Ignite The Sky, will be ending 2017 on a high, by headlining Glasgow's King Tuts! The guys have been gigging hard over the last 3 years, scoring some epic support slots and putting on even more epic shows. Join them on Tuesday, December 19 , plus stoner-rockers Heavy Smoke and fellow-melodic … Continue reading IGNITE THE SKY TO HEADLINE KING TUTS
Glasgow rockers, Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5, have planned a road trip to Dumfries & Galloway, with a free bus (for ticket holders) leaving from Glasgow's George Square. They'll be playing Kirkpatrick Durham Village Hall on Saturday, November 25, where up to 40 ticket holders will be dropped off by bus, then picked up … Continue reading COLONEL MUSTARD’S ROAD TRIP