2019 Singles

Roman Rouge – Nobody (Review)

R&B young singer songwriter Roman Rouge is from El Paso in Texas. Brought up with knowing the ins and outs of the music industry, Roman’s stuck with his first love throughout the years. After dropping his highly anticipated track “Nobody” August 7th, you can tell his influences just from his sound. The Weeknd and Majid… Continue reading Roman Rouge – Nobody (Review)

2019 Singles

Surge – Colours (Review)

It’s been two months since Surge released their latest single “Colours” and it’s already received wide recognition from their fans all around the country. Comprising of George King (vocals/guitar), Alan Jones (guitar), Will Smith (bass/synth) and Billy Fenton (drums), the quartet bring a wide range of shades of indie through their music. Melodically wonderful, the… Continue reading Surge – Colours (Review)

2019 EPs

Toria Wooff – Badlands (Review)

Released July 25th, Toria Wooff returns with the exceptional “Badlands”. Based in Lancashire, the Americana artist fuses a dark approach to songwriting within the new release. Released on Sloe Flower Records, the tales on Badlands showcase subjects such as love and malevolence. Blending a delicate atmosphere of intricate guitar melodies and haunting vocals, the EP… Continue reading Toria Wooff – Badlands (Review)

2019 EPs, 2019 Singles

Rob Drabkin – It’s a Beautiful Day (Review)

Writing this feature on a beautiful summer’s day in August, this is definitely the song of the day. Entitled “It’s a Beautiful Day”, indie folk artist Rob Drabkin released back in 2018. Taken off the Beautiful Day EP, the track features stadium vocals, a pulsating rhythm and intelligent guitar melodies. As an uplifting anthem, it’s… Continue reading Rob Drabkin – It’s a Beautiful Day (Review)

2019 Singles

Axel Mansoor – London Grey (Review)

Emmy nominated Axel Mansoor returns with his fourth single of the year. “London Grey” features a theme of wanting to run away to a ‘safe haven’. Currently Los Angeles based, Axel’s music blossoms topics such as self-love, self-compassion and transformation. Including these important subjects in his music, he’s a real inspiration for fans across the… Continue reading Axel Mansoor – London Grey (Review)

2019 Albums

Karine Polwart – Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook (Review)

Released August 2nd, “Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook” is a blessing in disguise. As a follow up to her acclaimed 2018 album “Laws Of Motion”, which got Mojo’s Folk Album of the Year, the songwriter has put her own shining light into a collection of songs and has reimagined them as her own. Launched at this… Continue reading Karine Polwart – Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook (Review)

2019 Singles

Patternist – I Don’t Feel Real (Review)

Fronted by Gabe Mouer, Patternist is a collective that blends percussive rhythms, angelic arrangements alongside blissful lyrics. Set to release their debut album “I Don’t Know What I’m Doing Here” September 6th via InVogue Records, “I Don’t Feel Real” is a segment into what the album will sound like. A visionary soundscape of what was… Continue reading Patternist – I Don’t Feel Real (Review)

2019 Singles

Kensington Moore – Slow (Review)

Kentucky songwriter Kensington Moore returns with the beautiful single and music video “Slow”. Written and produced with producer Corey Britz (Bush, Dave Stewart, Atlas Genius) and engineer Travis Ference (Skylar Grey, The Night Game), it’s fair to say that Kensington has a strong team behind her. “Slow” will be featured on her debut EP out… Continue reading Kensington Moore – Slow (Review)