Popronde, the largest traveling showcase festival for Dutch up-and-coming talent, will arrive in Rotterdam this weekend. And we will open our online stage for a livestream with two emerging acts.
“Quatermass Seven” by Little Barrie & Malcolm Catto could only have been produced in the colourful streets of sprawling London. The new darker, deeper and more expansive album will be released at November 6.
Their mix of surf rock, indie pop and garage sounds like The Growlers and Cage the Elephant’s love child. The Vices are strikingly talented & ready for a big international launch. Their second EP is out now.
Poppy sounds that emerge from low rumbling telecasters, kicking out jams straight from the garage. Listen to “Burn,” from alternative rockband MAYLEAF and in a second you know that you want more of that good stuff.
Wild, wild, wild! THE HECK is Sensational Second Cousin Henri’s new 60’s garage punk outfit. Sonically a progression from former band De Keefmen, feel free to place them somewhere in between The Sonics and Reigning Sound.
Blending rock n’ roll, punk rock, garage and blues with electronic elements, the duo Carley “Carazy” Wolf & Jonathan “Little Hammer”, Wolf has earned a reputation as one of the hardest working bands in the modern rock n’ roll underground.
Eggs on Mars are a Kansas City, MO trio whose music combines the unadorned instrumentation of classic garage rock with the catchy, wistful melodies of modern indie. October the 4th they released their album “It will be like it was.”
Reptilians From Andromeda hail from Turkey. The band creates a steamy raw sound that mixes garage rock with punk. Already several EPs and an album into their career, it’s time the rest of the world knew about them!