Review: Steaming Satellites – Steaming Satellites

With the British and the U.S dominating the rock music scene since the infamous King of Rock ‘n’ Roll and the Fab Four, it’s easy to forget that other countries have their own answers to the genre too. Hailing from Saltzburg, Austria, Steaming Satellites incorporated electronica, funk and soul into their predominantly classic rock sound…

Review: Total Unicorn – Relaxation Tape

Beginning with the incongruous mix of haunting, synthetic choir vocals and a robotic voice stating ‘total relaxation’, Total Unicorn set the weird-bar pretty high from the very onset of Relaxation Tape. However, this confusing opening very quickly gives way to something more straightforward: a head-bobbing, faintly glitched-out dance beat. Heavy on the kick drum and…

Review: Whitecliff – Young Lovers EP

Liverpudlian quartet, Whitecliff, are the latest talent signed to Libertines’ Gary Powell’s record label to release an EP of their credentials. The band have some big names working with them, from producer Ken Nelson of Coldplay and Paolo Nutini fame, and Dan Gretch, who has mixed the work of Lana Del Rey and The Vaccines,…

Q&A: White Reaper

We Are Unseen caught up with Kentucky rockers White Reaper on their August/September UK tour! How did White Reaper come into existence? We’d all been friends for a really long time, and we played in a bunch of bands together since we were about 14, finally we ended up making a band that we decided…