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Introducing: Only Echoes Remain

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Only Echoes Remain are a London-based 4-piece that blend the classic ‘wall of guitar’ sound of This Will Destroy You with post-metal elements a la Russian [...]

Introducing: Moe Meguro

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Let us introduce you to Moe Meguro. With band members scattered over six thousand miles apart across two continents and a name borrowed from the Japanese Olympic curling [...]

Introducing: We Are Animals

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Let us introduce you to We Are Animals. Imagine big accessible mainstream alt rock and you’ll be on the right track. Originally hailing from leafy Derby; Josh, Dave and Tom [...]

Introducing: Rat Face Lewey

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Let us introduce you to London alt rock act Rat Face Lewey. The 3-piece have a love for brooding, adrenaline fuelled music with flavours of grunge, metal and punk thrown into [...]

Introducing: Old Notes

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Old Notes has big plans on the horizon and a new record to fuel the ride. In their August 2016 debut, Former Self, the band has seamlessly blended elements of emo and ambient [...]

Introducing: Rootwork

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Want to hear your new favourite band? Let us introduce you to Rootwork. They’re a band that tread a line between progressive metal and post hardcore while mixing the sounds [...]

Introducing: Lawoftheland

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Let us introduce you to Lawoftheland, a three piece Post Rock / Instrumental Visual Rock band from Liverpool. What exactly can we tell you about the band? Not much! They want [...]

Introducing: Liam Brown

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Let Alt Dialogue introduce you to Liam Brown, a 16 year old from Aintree Liverpool and who likes to spend an unhealthy amount of time in his bedroom recording an endless [...]

Introducing: Colorbred

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Let Alt Dialogue introduce you to Colorbred, jazz infused progressive post-hardcore, this is one band you want to get familiar with right now. Their debut EP Synergy, due for [...]

Introducing: Silent Party

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Silent Party are native Londoners, which in itself is a near oxymoron like the band’s music, an ode to the shrill beeps, tights spaces, strong odours and Babylonian [...]