2019 Singles

Sylvette – Panel of Glass (Review)

A personal favourite at MoggBlog, Sylvette are back with their latest alt-rock hit “Panel of Glass”. Released October 8th, the single was produced by New Order’s Phil Cunningham. Creating a distinctive sound and a memorable moment with their music, Sylvette draw influence from imaginative artists such as Jeff Buckley, Radiohead and Neutral Milk Hotel.  ‘Panel… Continue reading Sylvette – Panel of Glass (Review)

2019 Singles

Green Dolphin – Notebook Comicstrip (Review)

Previous MoggBlog artist, Green Dolphin return with “Notebook Comicstrip”. Released October 4th, the track concludes the band’s busiest year to date. Having released 3 singles and a debut EP, the band are hiding away working on new material, ready to debut on a short tour in January. Based in Essex, the lo-fi indie draw influence… Continue reading Green Dolphin – Notebook Comicstrip (Review)

2019 Singles

The Calls – A Change Is Gonna Come Round Here (Review)

The Calls are back with their latest single ‘A Change Is Gonna Come Around Here’. Released October 4th via Atomic Records, the single illustrates frustration of the growing dystopia world that evolves around us. As a live fan favourite for some time, hearing the single recorded in the studio has made many fans happy. Mixing… Continue reading The Calls – A Change Is Gonna Come Round Here (Review)

2019 Singles

Hallan – Men (Review)

Released back at the beginning of October, Hallan’s latest single “Men” crafts their signature raw sound with a soulful performance. Based in Portsmouth, the post-punk quartet deliver an energetic performance both on stage and in the studio. Featuring aggressive instrumentation and honest lyricism, they let their music do the talking. Hallan mentioned: “'We are alone… Continue reading Hallan – Men (Review)

2019 Singles

HOAX – You Get So Alone Sometimes (Review)

Indie pop-rock band HOAX are back with their latest new offering “You Get So Alone Sometimes”. As the musical brainchild of Michael Raj and Frantz Cesar, the two ignite a self-described style into their empathetic music. With influences from 60’s pop, 70’s Motown and alternative R&B, their music explores social constructs underneath their infectious pop… Continue reading HOAX – You Get So Alone Sometimes (Review)

2019 Singles

Catholic Action – One Of Us (Review)

First emerged back in 2016, Catholic Action have been climbing up the ladder to success ever since. Returning back with their first single of 2019, “One Of Us” is taken off their upcoming release “Celebrated by Strangers” which promises to be far more focused. Finding it’s way throughout the number, the fuzzed out new single… Continue reading Catholic Action – One Of Us (Review)

2019 Singles

Cloe Wilder – Save Me. (Review)

Previously heard on MoggBlog pop songwriter Cloe Wilder is back with her third single to date, ‘Save Me.’ Produced by Grammy-award winning Jayme David Silverstein, the emotive single blends a pop aura with a powerful soundscape of relatable lyrics. At the young age of 13, this songstress is confirming what everyone is talking about, how… Continue reading Cloe Wilder – Save Me. (Review)

2019 EPs


Released at the beginning of this month, METHODS are a quintet that hail from the Midlands. Creating an atmosphere that blends a melancholic sound with synthesisers, the rockers burst onto the scene back in 2015. Returning with new music, the brand new EP ‘ANYTHING’ showcases everything that the band represent.  Igniting the EP off in… Continue reading METHODS – ANYTHING (Review)

2019 Singles

Bora York – Smoke (Review)

American indie-pop duo Bora York return with their new single ‘Smoke’ via Anthem Falls Music. Dropped October 4th, the track was mastered by Darren Vermaas (The National, Mumford and Sons, Vampire Weekend). Taken off their upcoming album “Emotion Vertigo, the husband and wife duo are favourites at MoggBlog and watching their career blossom into a… Continue reading Bora York – Smoke (Review)

2019 Singles

Deco – Too Much TV (Review)

Deco are influenced by the 80’s and continue to cement their status on the ever-growing indie pop movement. Released October 4th, their latest bop is titled “Too Much TV”. Co-written with BBC Radio 1 favourite Casey Lowry, the new single is another string to the duo’s ever-evolving bow. After a successful summer of touring all… Continue reading Deco – Too Much TV (Review)