Jimmy & The Revolvers

Jimmy & The Revolvers, from Liverpool in England, is the dance-rock quartet of Jay Rehm (Vocals / Acoustic Guitar), Kurt Riley (Vocals /  Bass), Jimmy Moon (Electric Guitar) and Ash Michael (Drums).

Jimmy & The Revolvers - dance rock from England

Jimmy & The Revolvers

A skiffle beat tumbles across the room as Jimmy & The Revolvers wind back the clock and infuse it with the 21st Century. Find a partner to dance with in close step and you will have the perfect position in which to enjoy the quartet to its fullest extent.

The combinations of acoustic and electronic guitar enable Jimmy & The Revolvers to add significant dimensions to the compositions, which have a light, yet intoxicating touch as they keep the music skipping forward, yet enable the audience to enjoy the music for what it is on its own merit. The vocals swim round the sounds as the two voices flow into one another playing foils of keys, which add a further texture to the resulting out-put.

A new single Whistle For My Love due out on the 4th of August marks a new direction of sound for Jimmy & The Revolvers as they press the accelerator to their previous releases adding a samba to the resulting out-put. Although of a different vein there is sufficient similarity for those already in the know to not feel alienated and for new listeners an engaging production.


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BOYS a dream pop-out-fit from London in England is Mike Stothard, Ross Pearce and Daniel Heffernon.

BOYS - Dream pop from England


Despite changes in line-up since their inception back in 2012, the focus has remained the same for BOYS. Warming tones of summer drift lazily through the room in subdued and hazy compositions. This is music to grab a chilled drink, put up your feet and relax as the sounds gently caress the ears.

There is an easy flow to the music as the instruments, vocal and percussion float through each other in tracks which soothe the mind. Almost surf, not quite psychedelic and always unhurried, BOYS have the knack of translating mellow moments to sound and whilst there is considerable activity through the pieces, it is delivered in a style which leaves the listeners easily able to immerse themselves in the moment.

A new track has just appeared Summer Of Love to follow on from a couple of singles and a three track EP that have been released in the past year.

Having spent a while in their company listening to their music, even I may manage to extend my soothed brow for the rest of the day…

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Alexis Daperis (Vocals / Guitars), Stefan Daperis (Bass / Vocals) and Tim Wiltshire (Drums) from London, England, combine to form the indie-rock band Everafter.

Everafter - indie rock from England


Booming anthems rebound around the room as Everafter fill the ears with high-octane enjoyment. It helps that there is a resounding bass that rattles the sub-woofer, but even were that not the case I would enjoy the way the three merge easy going sequences with a delivery which gives the resulting out-put an effervescence that means I just can’t help but dance around the desk.

I often complain about music of the mid-Atlantic and whilst Everafter have clear references to the USA, they avoid what so many British bands end up with when combining US influences –  a vocal so mangled as to be something that emanates from the Sargasso Sea – as there is a genuine infectious enthusiasm that naturally feeds through the sounds. These guys aren’t trying to be something they aren’t.

Their début LP which came out in April, Everything Is One, I haven’t had the opportunity to hear in full, but judging by the three tracks I have listened to, I can’t think of any reason not to give it a spin.


Everything Is One – Everafter is available on iTunes*.

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Jingo based in London, England, is the alt-rock quartet of Katie Buckett (Vocals / Keys), Jack Buckett (Guitar / Vocals), Joseph Reeves (Drums) and Chris Smith (Bass / synths).

Jingo - alt-rock from England


Experienced musicians from previous bands Jingo is just over a year old and their previous time playing is immediately evident as the quartet have shaped quickly together. With a breadth of influences and geographic upbringing with in the band, their melodic compositions have an inclusive world music flavour, which is easy to ingest.

With the addition of the synthetics Jingo is able to infuse a warming cinnamon stick to the out-put that they don’t overplay and the material maintains a rock driven progression with the guitar interweaving betwixt the smoothing keys, whilst percussion and bass give a booming foundation to which the vocal, oft reflecting on human interaction with the natural order, is given a canvass on which to shine.

A début LP is in train which will raise the profile of Jingo and it would come as no surprise if they make a significant impact in the live circuit during the course of the summer.

A little to tidy for my everyday playlist, but certainly a band I will be adding to my evening summer party track selection.


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Jekyll from Thornton-Cleveleys in England is the rock quartet of Joel Foster (Guitar), Jonny Chatterton (Guitar / Vocals), Lewis Armistead (Bass) and Liam Singleton (Drums).

Jekyll - rock from England


It was a pleasure when I alighted upon Jekyll with their blend of melodic rock. Reminding me of many earlier references, but sounding like none in particular, the quartet deliver sounds full of shifting dynamics with their melancholic perspectives. Though of reflective moods the quartet does not have the listener reaching for the razor-blade, rather, offering an empathetic hand to a troubled world as they reflect on the trials and tribulations of existence.

Jekyll play with the lower registers in away that gives the music a grandeur without pomposity as the demure style of delivery which dreamily wisps around the room in expansive chords. The duality of guitars drift lazily between one another allowing the band to create sounds which are more usually synthesised and evidence of their ability as musicians as well as song-writers to extract the most out of the gear at hand.

Currently gaining a local following I would expect to see more of Jekyll in short order to a wider audience.

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Ep – EP – Jekyll is available on iTunes*

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