2019 Singles

Jay Plent – Staring Me Down (Review)

Jay Plent is here with his debut single titled ‘Staring Me Down’. Manchester based Jay draws inspiration from philosophy of using modern creative methods paired with an old-fashioned approach to good songwriting. With themes of sombre and heart ache in his music, Jay’s style has developed over the years to make him one of Manchester’s… Continue reading Jay Plent – Staring Me Down (Review)

2019 EPs

LeyeT – more thoughts (Review)

LA based indie-pop singer-songwriter LeyeT returns with her second EP of the year entitled ‘more thoughts’. Having earned solid support and debating live in LA & NYC, LeyeT’s debut EP ‘thoughts’ created a lot of buzz for the artist. Sticking with the hype, the songwriter shoots further into her indie-pop career. Including six tracks of… Continue reading LeyeT – more thoughts (Review)

2019 Singles

Sätilä – Like You Do (Review)

Finnish born, London based artist Sätilä combines a fresh amount of infectious alternative-indie music with rich pop soundscapes. Having started writing songs at the tender age of only 7, Sätilä spent his formative years in an alternative rock band before moving to Sydney, Australia where he studied songwriting. After years of finding his feet in the… Continue reading Sätilä – Like You Do (Review)

2019 Singles

OSTON – nobody cares (Review)

Emerging Chicago pop songwriter OSTON is the moniker of Austin Wolfe. OSTON has spent the last three years under the wing of heavyweight songwriter/producer Dino Zisis, of Lady Gaga fame. Armed with a force to be reckoned with “nobody cares” revolves around the frustrations of social media. Her debut EP ‘Sitting at the Kids Table’… Continue reading OSTON – nobody cares (Review)

2019 Singles

Ruby Red – Superbloom (Review)

Formed in early 2018 by Daniel Laner and Fernando Fine, Ruby Red create a synth-pop soundscape that needs the silver screen. Produced, mixed and mastered by the duo themselves, ‘Superbloom’ firmly sits in the indie disco scene. Inspired by Brazilian disco, the groovy based track blossoms with comparisons to Tame Impala and even Toro Y Moi. With elements of… Continue reading Ruby Red – Superbloom (Review)

2019 Singles

Organised Scum – Green Deal

Set to release their new EP ‘One Less Bastard’ on November 8th, Organised Scum are dropping promotional singles left right and centre. Gaining support from Tom Robinson, Line of Best Fit, Steve Lamacq and Clash Magazine, the band continue to delve into the realm of progressing their sound. Described as Fugazi hanging out with Steely… Continue reading Organised Scum – Green Deal

2019 Singles

Me Not You – America (Review)

New York based alternative dream-pop duo Me Not You are simply unstoppable. Released October 18th via MNY Music, “America” is taken off their upcoming debut album ‘Already Gone’ which will be released November 8th. Combining Eric Feiler and Nikki Taylor, the ethereal two piece cite influences such as Radiohead, Lou Reed, Aphex Twin and Pixies.… Continue reading Me Not You – America (Review)

2019 Singles

Baby Husband – Stop Thinking About Tomorrow / Eyes (Review)

Baby Husband are known for their dynamic, textured music that can’t be pinned down to one specific genre. Based in South West London, members hail from all over the United Kingdom. Influenced by the likes of indie bands such as Wolf Alice and The XX, their fresh sound draws more towards the indie genre. Back… Continue reading Baby Husband – Stop Thinking About Tomorrow / Eyes (Review)

2019 Singles

We Three Kings – Gasoline (Review)

We Three Kings situate themselves in good old fashioned rock’n’roll. Based in Manchester, the trio blend a charismatic force of blues-rock into their songwriting. Riff-driven and heavy in their own right, the sit perfectly on a playlist alongside Royal Blood, Queens of the Stone Age, Rival Sons and The White Stripes to name a few.… Continue reading We Three Kings – Gasoline (Review)

2019 Singles

KIDSØ – Sparkle (Review)

Live-Electro duo KIDSØ return with their latest offering ‘Sparkle’, which includes a remix by The Mountain Howl on October 11th via Springstoff. Based in Munich, the two piece consist of Moritz Grassinger and Martin Schneider, who have had a great love for electronica since they were youngsters. Focused mainly around percussion, heart-felt piano licks and… Continue reading KIDSØ – Sparkle (Review)