OK - here's 'East Of Tennessee' by Beta Radio from 'Colony Of Bees', which I have to admit to not having listened to yet (the album). My feel for genres isn't very well defined, but I would liken this to Mumford & Sons - the harmonies are lovely - a bit country, but really well done. The song just ticks along really well.
'Paper Trails' by Darkside from 'Psychic'
I love this. Again - quite a downbeat track - the album (only really listened to once) is something different - mellow, instrumental in many places. I don't know what it is, but there's something about this track that reminds me of 'Papa Was A Rolling Stone' without the wah guitar.
The Killing Kind by White Fever from Beating Of Wings
It doesn't look like this has met with much public attention yet (only 178 plays on the Soundcloud site at the time of writing). This is a great tune from what would appear to be a new group with - another with just a solitary EP to their name thus far. Melodic, haunting, catchy, atmospheric. I want to say 'Echo and The Bunnymen' with a female singer,
Why Don't You Save Me? by Kan Wakan from Moving On
Very mellow (another, I know) and stripped back. This reminds me quite a lot of Portishead.
Ooh look - this track is downloadable! DOWNLOAD IT NOW.
When Will We Be Free? by Young Lions from Blue Isla (as yet unreleased)
This song gets going about a minute in - it reminds me of a few things which I can't quite bring to the front of my mind - it is much more upbeat. Maybe its a cross between Temper Trap (Sweet Disposition) and a Doves track, but I can't think which. Any suggestions?
Nowhere To Go by Hurricane Love (sadly all I can find by them at the moment)
What a fantastic track - just give it a listen.
Let Go by Coasts (again these seem to be newcomers with not much out)
Another good song. These lot remind me of Two Door Cinema Club.
That will do for now - there are others, but probably a bit more 'Mainstream' (Belle & Sebastian, Fall Out Boy, Imagine Dragons)
Comments welcome - I'd love to know if anyone else likes these?