We love Luna Blue on Bands on Demand and we’re always excited when we get an email from them to say they have a new track released. Here’s what the guys said about their latest release. The eagerly awaited next single ‘Keep Me There’ from Luna Blue is set to be released on July 28th. [...]read moreTrack review – Keep Me There, Luna Blue
Previously solo, Courtney Askey now plays as a self-titled shoegaze/grunge four-piece. She has been prolifically writing, performing and recording music since 2010. The debut LP from the band, Oh! Softly Goes was released in 2017. The new song ‘River’ is set to be released this Friday 22nd March. It is the first release on Earwig [...]read moreNew release review – River by Courtney Askey
Far Suns Fall combine all the eclectic influences from Blues, Rock, Alternative and Folk. Added with emotional filled lyrics which make honest music that are poignant as much as they are genuine. Far Suns Fall are Stas Melian on Lead Guitar, Bob Brockwell on Bass, Dave Valentine on Drums and Chris Sagan on Vocals and Rhythm [...]read moreReview – Shape of the World, Far Suns Fall – Bands on Demand
The Venue – Engine Rooms Southampton Southampton’s Mo’Club became Engine Rooms after a complete rebrand and renovation of the venue in December 2014. The Mo’Club has operated in Southampton, first and foremost as a roller disco, but also regularly playing host to a variety of live performers, including Bastille, Mallory Knox, and Devin Townsend Project. [...]read moreVenue Review – Engine Rooms, Southampton
The band performed at The Engine Rooms in Southampton on the fourth date of their 16-date UK/European tour.
Straight away, the three guys show you their prowess on their instruments. It says, “Hey, here we are, look what we can do, what you’re about to experience. Get ready.”
Let me say here that FLC don’t do covers. Well they do.....and then they don’t. It’s a cover but not as we know it. The FLC reinvent the song.
I strongly suggest you get your arse of the sofa and get down to see them. You will NOT be disappointed.
The musicianship is awesome, participation and interaction between the band and the crowd outstanding and the performance just exceptional. What are you waiting for?
Avenoir are part of the Bands on Demand directory and we review their soon-to-be-released track, Orpheus and Eurydice here. Avenoir are a four-piece alternative rock/grunge band from West Yorkshire, an area not typically associated with being the epicentre of the grunge scene, but perhaps that’s about to change. Avenoir have had a startling arrival on to [...]read moreReview – Orpheus and Eurydice, Avenoir – Bands on Demand
The Crying Beauty Queens are a folk influenced alt rock duo based in Manchester. Their new track, After the Fire is their second release (their first, Taking Over is available too) and is available on all digital media streaming services: Spotify Deezer Amazon Apple Music The track is a fantastic showcase of the vocals of Jordan [...]read moreReview – After the Fire, Crying Beauty Queens – Bands on Demand
The Unsigned Guide We came across The Unsigned Guide by accident but saw the quote from PRS “The Unsigned Guide has become the must have for anyone starting out in the music industry.” Well, that did the trick so we thought we’d check it out for ourselves. Obviously, there is a synergy between what we are [...]read moreReview – The Unsigned Guide – Bands on Demand
Luna Blue takes influences from many other artists to create funk infused ambient rock. The guys say this about their upcoming releases: “This next batch of singles far surpasses anything we’ve released before, having spent a painstaking amount of time crafting and perfecting our work and having been joined by esteemed producer Matthew ‘Studio Chimp’ [...]read moreReview – Tropical, Luna Blue – Bands on Demand