Posts Tagged ‘bloxx’

February 27, 2018

Novocain is a common anesthetic, which as most people who’ve had surgery or some sort of dental procedure know, causes numbness. But British quartet BLOXX’s new single Novocain is far from numbing or desensitizing. Its assured strut and contagious bassline drives us to tap our feet feverishly. The rising four piece have a huge year ahead of them, including a tour UK with Pale Waves, dates with The Wombats, a string of other spring gigs, as well as several fest appearances. I can imagine them igniting the crowd with Novocain and its exuberant art rock meets shimmering guitar pop energy. Download or stream Novocain, here.

July 18, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 07.14.2017 – 07.16.2017

Feature Selections (excluding tracks not available on Soundcloud) – July 14-16, 2017

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July 15, 2017

We fell pretty hard for British quartet BLOXX earlier this year when they served up some irresistibly infectious grunge pop and rock on their second single You. We’ve been waiting for more of their scuzzy vivacious pop rock since, and now, they’ve finally unleashed a glorious third single. Curtains has already been included in Spotify’s New Music Friday Playlist and it’s been added to BBC Radio 1′s playlist via BBC Introducing. It’s no wonder considering the fierce potency of this indomitable pop punk and grunge rock anthem. Raw barreling riffs and spunky vocals sink their hooks in deep. Re-visit BLOXX’s prior two singles on Soundcloud, here.

April 17, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 04.14.2017 – 04.16.2017 

Featured music – April 14-16, 2017

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April 15, 2017

New British four piece BLOXX serves up some irresistibly infectious grunge pop and rock on their second single You. The Chess Club signees are turning heads a plenty back at home with their vivacious yet scuzzy form of pop rock. BLOXX explains that You is a song they wrote just a few days after they wrote their debut single Your Boyfriend, a must listen which you can find below, too. You has “got a lot to do with reminiscing on a past relationship, and taking yousrelf back to that time to think about what could have been done/said differently.” In other words, it’s a song tinged with bitter regret. But I sure as hell don’t regret encountering the budding quartet and their boisterous clamoring, mellifluous hooking tunes.