For The Love Of Bands is an online magazine and indie music blog launched in 2016 by Roel Wensink, based in the Netherlands. The blog’s main focus is on independent music but also covers a variety of indie, upcoming and emerging bands and artists. The team consists of writers hailing from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and beyond.
The blog generally concentrates on the discovery of new music, mainly in the Indie, Rock, Folk, Singer-Songwriter, Punk, Reggae, Acoustic, Alternative, Americana, Garage, Shoegaze/Dream Pop, Ska, Surf genres.
The team consists of highly dedicated music lovers whose primary motivation is showcasing the best new indie music around.
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Latest Music Reviews
On the 10th of November, New Jersey singer-songwriter Sean Tobin released his brand new album Hands Like Mine, the very-much-anticipated follow-up to the critically acclaimed 2022 release, Ghost of the Arcade. Just before the album’s release, he sat down with For The Love of Bands to explain exactly what his new collection of…
East meets East collaboration Dean Owens gives us another musical gem with his newest album ‘Pictures’ , released on November 3. He continues his transatlantic connections and this time It’s East meets East as he teams up with long time collaborators and pals, Will Kimbrough and Neilson Hubbard. Recorded remotely both in East Lothian and…
It could be argued that Vancouver, Canada’s Black Pontiac has come out of the garage and emerged in the sunshine. But what’s probably more apropos is the group spends a bit of time in both. In truth, Black Pontiac’s compositions are a generous sonic mashup of several popular music styles. And despite the music being…