There now seems to be a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel of doom the music world has been stuck in for so long. And to make that glimmer sparkle a little bit brighter, we are thrilled to share with you that Ryan Webb has joined the WDFD Records family.
Ryan Webb oozes multi-instrumental talent along with powerful vocals and has been fine tuning his sound since releasing his first EP ‘Journey’ in 2015. ‘Journey’ had a more classic rock feel to it which Ryan Webb followed with the slightly heavier ‘Stop The World’ in 2018. Continuing to explore musical directions, Ryan Webb found the path he wanted to follow and released the single ‘Don’t’ in 2020 which achieved the heavy, riff ladened sounds that he feels are a true reflection of him as an artist.
In addition to joining WDFD Records on a label deal, Ryan Webb has also teamed up with WDFD Records’ new management service.
WDFD’s Keith Lamley said: “Ryan is a hidden gem. A hugely talented multi-instrumentalist and a thoroughly nice man. We cannot wait to help him on his journey and focus his incredible drive and enthusiasm. He has an excellent band around him for live work and you can be sure you will have the opportunity to catch him live in the coming months”.
Ryan said: “I am absolutely delighted to announce that I will be joining WDFD Records. I have been following WDFD for a while, and am so impressed at the way they’ve developed a great family among the bands they look after, which shows it’s truly a label that cares for its artists. I’m also going to be looked after by their management team, and am really looking forward to working with them”.
The Facebook group Emerging New Rock Bands are searching for an up and coming rock band to join the lineup for Dementia Aware Festival in Reading on 4th July 2020. In addition to the festival slot, the winner will also receive a bespoke PR package from ourselves (should the winner already have PR representation, this will transfer to the runner up).
You can find brief details on all the bands who have entered along with links to their Spotify channels and a YouTube video link where applicable.
Please take the time to check all the bands out before voting (details at the bottom of the page).
GOOD LUCK TO ALL THE BANDS WHO ENTERED!
Chambers Chambers are a hard hitting trio from Leicester who pride themselves on their unique brand of fuzzy rock. Check out their tracks on their Spotify channel here
Watch the video for ‘Black Spit’ below.
GrooveCake Rock Funk Band Hailing from Buxton, GrooveCake promise a tasty treat of psychedelic rock with plenty of groove. Check out their tracks on their Spotify channel here
They also have some live videos on YouTube for your viewing pleasure which you can find here
Dirty Ol’ Crow Dirty ol’ Crow are a London based, energetic five-piece hard rock band with one goal – to bring raw and undiluted rock n roll to as many ears as possible! Check out their tracks on Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Sex Dictator’ below:
Circus 66 London based Circus 66 like to blur the lines between various genre definitions and sonic aesthetics. Check them out on Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘A Thousand Miles From Home’ below:
Gone Savage Based in and around Manchester, Gone Savage gives modern melodic rock a hard edge and a tight under belly. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Bulletproof’ below:
Molly Karloff Oxfordshire based alt-rock grunge band Molly Karloff pack a powerful punch that speaks for itself. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘She Said’ below:
Cottonmouth Straight out of Nottingham, Cottonmouth meld metal, grunge and hard rock with catchy choruses and big big riffs. Check out their Spotify here
Broken SoulDetermined to not be labelled, Broken Soul marry elements from across the rock genre with their own unique sound. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Shitty’ below:
Black Cat Bone All the way from Edinburgh, Black Cat Bone bring the sleazy, fuzzy rock to the party. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Coming For You’ below:
Black Whiskey Drawing on influences from the 1970’s to the present day, London based Black Whiskey provide riffs and grooves galore. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Here To Stay’ below:
Broken Lines Broken Lines are a psychedelic punk rock band from Pembrokeshire who like to keep things modern. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Cellophane Killer’ below:
Verity White Hailing from Cheltenham, Verity White and her band combine riffs and grooves with poetic lyrics and a thumping bass. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Come and Get It’ below:
Hunted By Elephants London based Hunted By Elephants are a high-energy hard rock band with soaring vocals, growling riffs and energising drum beats. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Human Eyes’ below:
Jamie Porter Band Jamie Porter band gives you a rock and blues with a little bit of country swagger. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Touch the Sky’ below:
Jack and Sally London based Jack and Sally are a pop rock trio certain to get you moving. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Long Way Home’ below:
Eulogy Hailing from Cardiff, Eulogy are a melodic hard rock band who infuse their music with dark, lyrical twists. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘You’ll Die Alone’ below:
Lee Ainley’s Blues Storm Based in Worthing a with a unique mother and daughter pairing, Lee Ainley’s Blues Storm offer an eclectic brand of blues rock. Check out their Spotify here
You can watch a selection of live videos on their YouTube channel here
Soldato Hailing from the Nortwest, Soldato will fill you with dirty rock riffs and heavy beats. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Black Rage’ below:
Land Captains Bristol based Land Captains fuse heavy riffs and funky beats; serious songwriting with a touch of bombast and a healthy dose of silliness. Check out their Spotify here
Watch the video for ‘Automatic’ below:
You can vote for your favourite band by clicking here. Voting closes midnight Sunday 12th January 2020.