RGM RECOMMENDS- WE REVIEW THIS WEEKS BEST TOP 5 LATEST SINGLES
See The Witch- See The Witch
Heavy, grungy, rock from Wales. It’s See The Witch with their self-titled debut single ‘See The Witch.’
An incredibly well produced track, the thing that really sticks out for me is the driving force of the guitar riffs throughout. Accompanied by a powerhouse of vocals and a slow yet compelling drum beat, ‘See The Witch,’ shows you straight away that the band aren’t here to mess about.
The musical relief in the bridge, only soundtracked by the riffs, gives us a break before heading straight back into this formidable track. ‘See The Witch,’ are a band that, just from one listen, have made me want to go straight back for more.
Middlesborough’s own Moon Wax are set to release their first single of 2023. ‘Golden State Getaway,’ is funk fuelled pop, taking you to a different place entirely for three and a half minutes.
Sun- soaked and with groove from every angle, ‘Golden State Getaway,’ is a soft, lo-fi tune and really does make you slow down and take a minute to appreciate the sweet harmonies and gentle guitars.
The track itself is so well put together it’s difficult to believe that this is the product of 5 different people who just love music. It’s different, it’s vibey, and quite frankly makes me want to get myself to a beach abroad, cocktail in hand.
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FloodHound’s latest offering ‘Quicksand,’ is being released at the end of this month, full of fuzzy psychedelic rock.
The Sheffield trio have already played sold out support slots with the likes of Kid Kapichi, The Blinders and Calva Louise, and it’s pretty clear that soon they’ll be playing sold out headlines themselves. ‘Quicksand,’ is punchy indie rock, no messing about and getting straight to the point.
Slightly sinister yet overwhelmingly catchy, it’s everything you could ever want from an indie rock track.
Bristol band Wych Elm are to release their grungy indie rock track ‘Burnt At The Stake,’ at the end of the month.
To put it simply, it’s the perfect Halloween song. Hauntingly macabre with a hint of nonchalant, the track leads you into a false sense of security with a steady pace to start the track, before growing and growing, showing us what Wych Elm are really about.
‘Burnt At The Stake,’ is slightly menacing, but there’s something about it that draws you in and makes you want to listen to the whole track.
Ayrshire band Box of Trash’s latest offering is a loud, dynamic song, full of rock swagger. ‘Minnie’s Haberdashery,’ is Box of Trash’s way of telling the music scene that they are well and truly here.
Having supported Reverend and the Makers at their acoustic gig in Edinburgh and releasing their debut album earlier this year, the band are well and truly back to make a statement with this latest track.
It’s powerful and intense with every component of the song working in perfect harmony. ‘Minnie’s Haberdashery,’ has one of those riffs that will be stuck in your head for days to come.