acoustic rock

Moes Anthill - Quitter

Moes Anthill is a band that was formed in 2011 by vocalist and guitarist Mario Moe Schelbert, who’s also the main man behind the songwriting. The music style is a blending among rock, folk pop, folk rock, americana, acoustic pop/rock, atmospheric pop and alternative folk along with some modern touches. It’s not that “weird” or complex as it sounds, especially if you think of artists like Elliott Smith, Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Van Morrison, John Mellencamp and so on.

Ian Prowse plays Christmas show on December 22nd in Liverpool and anounces May & June 2019 UK Tour

Ian Prowse returned to the airwaves of BBC 6 Music last month as part of T-Shirt Day.

Once again, Ian plays his now legendary Christmas show on Sat Dec 22nd at The 02 Academy in Liverpool. Support comes from Liverpool’s own Nasher and Tommy Scott & Phil Hartley from Space. Get your tickets here.

As Ian explains:

Big Tide releases new single “Hide Me in Your Spaceship”

Liverpool-based rock outfit Big Tide has released the new single “Hide Me in Your Spaceship”, the first preview of their forthcoming debut album “Sync or Swim”, forthcoming in April 2019, via A Turntable Friend Records.

This follows up the band’s 2017 released of their debut 12-inch single “Half the Time”, produced by Matt Johnson (Eagulls, Pulled Apart By Horses), which caught the attention of Clash Music and Norman Records.  

Rikard Sjöblom’s Gungfly release animated video for “They Fade”

Rikard Sjöblom’s Gungfly recently released “Friendship”, their brand new studio album, following the release of 2017’s “On Her Journey to the Sun”, as well as 2018’s retrospective 5CD collection “Rumbling Box”.

Now Rikard is pleased to reveal a brand new animated video for the track “They Fade”, which you can watch now below.

Twilight Fields to release new studio album “Songs from the Age of Ruin” on February 1st 2019

Canada’s Twilight Fields, the solo moniker of singer-songwriter Allister Thompson, has announced his new album “Songs from the Age of Ruin”, slated for release in early 2019.

Ahead of this, he presents the first rather politically-charged single “Demagogue”, an expression of anti-populist sentiment.

Listen to “Demagogue” below.

Twilight Fields is truly a one-man show, with Thompson writing, playing, engineering, mixing, mastering and designing everything himself from his home studio in North Bay, Ontario.

Noctorum presents new single “Piccadilly Circus in the Rain”

Noctorum recently announced the impending release of their fourth album “The Afterlife” - the duo’s first long-play in seven years, which will be released exclusively on CD and gatefold vinyl to PledgeMusic contributors in November 2018.

The general release of this album will happen in February 2019, via Schoolkids Records.

Noctorum is guitarist/singer-songwriter Marty Willson-Piper and producer Dare Mason. The duo present their new single “Piccadilly Circus in the Rain”, following up the first single “A Girl with no Love”.