NEW SINGLE ALERT: The Lottery Winners with Favourite Flavour

In a bid to be the band to release the most music in 2020-21, The Lottery Winners are back with another new single and music video. The sound of summer – ice cold cocktails, multi-coloured lollies and a race down to the beach, the video sees front man Thom get covered in food, paint andContinue reading “NEW SINGLE ALERT: The Lottery Winners with Favourite Flavour”

NEW SINGLE ALERT: Red Rum Club with NIGHTCALLING

For their first release of 2021, Red Rum Club are hitting it home with a massive banger. Nightcalling is the first track from their new album, set for release later this year. The first of many sounds of the summer to come, this single is accompanied by an awesome trippy-fun music video. Red Rum ClubContinue reading “NEW SINGLE ALERT: Red Rum Club with NIGHTCALLING”

Frank Turner debuts brand new song, talks about new album and so much more

Earlier this evening, Frank Turner played his brand new single, due for release tomorrow, on a live stream on his YouTube channel. The Gathering, a brash, angry, punk rock song that makes us all want to be back in the mosh pit. Even more, this track features Dominic Howard (drummer from Muse), and Jason IsabelContinue reading “Frank Turner debuts brand new song, talks about new album and so much more”

GIG ALERT: Chris Webb with Funky Nature at Exchange Bristol, 24th September

TrueStyleMusic are excited to announce another gig coming up later this year (fingers crossed!). Bristol folk artist Chris Webb (known for both his solo work, playing lead guitar for Gaz Brookfield and Lonely Tourist, and co-writer and performer with Plume Of Feathers) comes to Exchange Bristol basement on the 24th September 2021. Chris is beingContinue reading “GIG ALERT: Chris Webb with Funky Nature at Exchange Bristol, 24th September”

NEW SINGLE ALERT: Shader with RUNAWAY

Released today across all streaming platforms and their debut song for vinyl, Shader’s new track Runaway absolutely bangs. Talking about the new single, lead singer Stu said: “Runaway is about the anxiety of everyday life, real vs. fake, the upsurge of talentless TV celebrity culture becoming a legitimate career move and the overwhelming desire toContinue reading “NEW SINGLE ALERT: Shader with RUNAWAY”

Single Review – Calum Mason, All Court And Flex.

After playing with a bunch of bands around Scotland, Calum is now out there making music under his own name, and in his own way. This is what we thought of his debut song, out yesterday. The song opens up with a piano solo, almost ballad like, before dropping into a classic Scottish indie soundContinue reading “Single Review – Calum Mason, All Court And Flex.”

TRACK BY TRACK album review – Tigers Jaw with I WON’T CARE HOW YOU REMEMBER ME

Releasing any new music in the midst of a global pandemic is difficult enough, but to release a full studio album has even more challenges, especially considering the band can’t even tour it. But Midwestern rockers Tigers Jaw have managed to smash it out of the park with their new album, I Won’t Care HowContinue reading “TRACK BY TRACK album review – Tigers Jaw with I WON’T CARE HOW YOU REMEMBER ME”

REVIEW – Gentlemans Brawl’s new double A side – Roseblunt & Black Tar

Song 1 – Roseblunt The track opens with an almost traditional indie style guitar riff, and soon goes into the heavier sounding guitars and drums, a droning, overdriven guitar compared to the heavier riffs to come. This slower guitar, accompanied by the driving drums make up a longer introduction than what is considered traditional, butContinue reading “REVIEW – Gentlemans Brawl’s new double A side – Roseblunt & Black Tar”

Single review – The Fiasco with PLAYED ME AT MY OWN GAME

Pop-Punk 4 piece from Wakefield, The Fiasco released yesterday their new single Played Me At My Own Game. To us, it’s an instant pop-punk classic. Here’s what we thought of the song: The single opens with a standard style pop-punk guitar riff, before coming in with a driving drum beat and heavy bassline. A standard,Continue reading “Single review – The Fiasco with PLAYED ME AT MY OWN GAME”

Our February playlist is now live

It’s February, England is still in lockdown, the weather is still rubbish and we’re still here making a monthly playlist. Expect your normal mix of indie, folk, pop and rock, the right tracks to hopefully liven up your day and get you moving. This month we are also lucky enough to feature a host ofContinue reading “Our February playlist is now live”