The Alphabet Bands

The Alphabet Bands are new acts you are not likely to have heard of (at the time of writing) that are producing really exciting music and who deserve to be heard by a much larger audience. We like to think of the bands we choose as being part of the family and we will support and promote them as best we can, with interviews, sessions, streams and the like. We choose them because we love them, and we hope you do too.

Click on the letter of your choice to meet the bands who make up the Class of 2018*

Greyed out letters have not yet been allocated.

*The Alphabet Alumni

Following our revamp of our Alphabet Bands list to update it on an annual basis, a number of bands have been moved into our Alumni section. Each year we will start afresh and add the acts from the previous 12 months so you can continue to discover them.

If you like what you hear, often you’ll be able to click through and find more by each act..

Sadly, not all bands make it and those acts in italics are no longer around.


Ginny Dix



San Jua

2011 – 2016

And the Giraffe

Rebecca Brandt


The Disraeli Gears

Empress Of



Jack Robert Hardman

Mikaela Kahn

Look, Stranger!

Mahoney & The Moment

…Of Diamonds



Us Baby Bear Bones

The Vestals

The White Bicycles

Juan Zelada

6 Responses to “The Alphabet Bands”

  1. Eileen January 31, 2011 at 19:36 #

    Have you checked out “Plain Jane Automobile?” They have a new album coming out in May!! Great for fans of Jimmy Gnecco, U2..

  2. Stewart Ross May 3, 2020 at 06:28 #

    Great idea


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