’s Ones To Watch 2014

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By December 6, 2013 December 29th, 2021 Blogs, Culture, Features, Listen, News, Videos, Videos Of The Week

Following our very awesome Best Tracks of 2013 list, we wanted to provide you with some of our Ones To Watch for next year. These are bands we think will do some serious good stuff in ’14. Enjoy! Comment! Share! Let us know your own thoughts too!


The band: GHXST

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Why: Doom grunge. Not sure we need to say more.


The band: Brawlers

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Why: Harry George Johns is behind this proper rock sound, and it seriously freakin’ rules.


The band: Panda Cubs

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Why: Excellent emotive post-punk-rock.


The band: Drones

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Why: Well good, proper UK punk!


The band: The Bastard Sons

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Why: Southern rock at its finest. Boom.


The band: Jensen

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Why: As good as Linkin Park, and from Leeds.


The band: Cyberpunkers

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Why: Delicious filthy electro.


The band: Fireworks

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Why: Good, old fashioned pop-punk at it’s finest.


The band: Ruen Brothers

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Why: Orbison is alive and well in Scunny.


The band: Indiana

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Why: Stunning electronic-indie sounds from Nottingham.


The band: Allusondrugs

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Why: They’re just mint. Proper good alternative-grunge-rock awesomeness. There. Happy?


The band: Vök

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Why: Despite only having been around since the beginning of 2013, they’ve already won the Icelandic Music Experiments competition with own spin on The xx’s spacious, atmospheric sound.


The band: Karnivool

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Why: Great alternative rock. Keep an eye out for them.


The artist: Gaz Brookfield

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Why: “Emotive folky-acoustic awesomeness.”


The band: Felix Hagan And The Family

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Why: Felix Hagan and the Family meld catchy choruses, plinky pianos and a good dose of the vaudevillian – keep on eye on these guys, they’re bringing something different to a venue near you.


The band: Loom

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Why: Raw, grungy and effective music with huge impact.


The band: God Damn

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Why: All the drive and determination of a stadium rock band, who would rather rock out with you and your mates in a room with some good vibes.


The band: Darlia

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Why: The UK’s biggest pure grunge hopefuls…from Blackpool.


The band: Liam Kritikal Powers

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Why: It’s grime with a heavier edge, and you’re probably gonna dig it.


The band: Then Thickens

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Why: They’re gonna be rockin’ stadiums in just a few years. We’ll put money on it. Seriously.


The band: Lancaster

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Why: Barcelona alt-rockers taking all the right cues from The Blackout and Young Guns to craft a sound that is sure to get hearts racing and fists pumping for years to come.


The band: Big Deal

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Why: Exciting, affecting indie-electro-rock that’ll make the hairs on your neck stand up.


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Got anymore bands and artists that YOU think should be here? Let us know!

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