This Week’s Featured Artists



FM’s first public appearance in the UK on Valentines Day of 1985 was swiftly followed by the release of their debut album, ‘Indiscreet.’ FM hit the road in Europe supporting the likes of Tina Turner, Foreigner & Bon Jovi. For the next 12 years FM consolidated their position at the forefront of British melodic rock until 1996, when the band decided to call it a day. Reforming in 2007, this year has seen them release their highly-acclaimed 7th album ‘Rockville’ & play to packed houses across the UK.


The Crookes


The Crookes consist of George Waite, Daniel Hopewell, Russell Bates & Tom Dakin. They’re set to relase their second L.P on legendary indie label Fierce Panda this summer. The band have built up a cult underground following known as the “Bright Young Things” and are set at the forefront of the nascent NEW POP movement in the UK guitar scene.




Bursting onto the London scene in 2007, Bloodloss have been determined to bring metal back to it’s raw basics that we all love so much. Combining bruising breakdowns and hook-laden choruses influenced by the likes of Unearth & As I Lay Dying; Bloodloss’s neck breaking aural assault simultaneously draws influence from the grooves and raw attitude of early Machine Head & Pantera. Having already racked up some impressive high profile shows including dates with Exit Ten, Breed 77 & Ill Nino, the’re set to destroy the UK metal scene with their crushing debut mini album ‘The Struggle.’




The distinctive sound of London-based 7 piece Revere is a monument to the backgrounds and musical loves of its members who originate from across the UK, from London, Newcastle & Liverpool, to as far afield as the Orkney Isles. Drawing on influences as diverse as Ennio Morricone, Joy Division and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Revere bind together the traditional back-bone of guitar, bass & drums with an unlikely approach to the violin, cello & piano.




Boasting former members of the band Adelaide, Maven are a five piece rock band from Kent who formed in 2012. They’ve recently been in the studio to record their debut EP with producer Matt O’Grady (You Me At Six, Architects, Deaf Havana). Their energetic live shows and infectious songs have captivated audiences and are beginning to stir things up in the music scene. The band has a sound which is instantly recognisable, catchy with big riffs and commercial yet will still have the respect of the underground, combining many genres.


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