2019 Singles

Sylvette – Surrender (Review)

Released August 23rd, art-rock collective Sylvette return with their brand new track “Surrender”. Co-produced by New Order’s Phil Cunningham, the 5 piece draw a wide range of influences from the likes of Radiohead, Jeff Buckley and Neutral Milk Hotel. Creating a powerful sound filled of imagination, the band don’t stick to generic arrangements. Filled with… Continue reading Sylvette – Surrender (Review)

2019 Singles

Cesar Saez – If You (Review)

Mexican psych baroque pop Cesar Saez will fuel your aura with the infectious James Bond-esque “If You”. Avant-garde and featuring an arrangement filled of passionate vocals, lush string sections and gritty psychedelic guitars, the single details lost love and heartbreak. Co produced with Luis Los and Luis Aguilar (Vaya Futuro) and Grammy nominated Spanish producer/engineer… Continue reading Cesar Saez – If You (Review)

2019 Singles

The Garage Flowers – Pandora Smiles (Review)

Taken off their upcoming debut EP ‘Moods Like English Weather’, The Garage Flowers brand new single ‘Pandora Smiles’ came all at once. Bringing you up to speed, the London based band have been gaining support from media outlets and the BBC for a couple of years now. Packed with rock and roll dance floor hits… Continue reading The Garage Flowers – Pandora Smiles (Review)

2019 Singles

Freja Frances – Catching Fire (Review)

Singer-songwriter Freja Frances returns with emotive new single, “Catching Fire”. As the second single to be taken from Freja’s upcoming debut album “The Funeral”, out this Friday, the album secures a collection of ethereal numbers from an enchanting songwriter. Having received praise from various media outlets, Freja’s career has blossomed into something very special. Her… Continue reading Freja Frances – Catching Fire (Review)

2019 Albums

Kundabuffa – Kundabuffa is Dead (Review)

2019 has been an eventful year to say the least for the jazz fusion band Kundabuffa. With 5 releases under their sleeves, the band have called it a day. Sad but leaving fans with a mark on their hearts, there’s not many bands out there who will make you turn your head and stick their… Continue reading Kundabuffa – Kundabuffa is Dead (Review)

2019 Singles

I See Rivers – Collide (Review)

I See Rivers not only are renowned for their luscious harmonies but for their overall distinctive sound too. With a comfortable discography behind them filled with two EPs and a string of singles, the Nordic trio are in the process of developing their highly anticipated debut album due for an independent release in Spring 2020… Continue reading I See Rivers – Collide (Review)

2019 Albums

Garrington T. Jones – Dead Roses

Worcestershire based singer-songwriter Garrington T. Jones returns with his brand new album “Dead Roses”. Known for being an accomplished instrumentalist, vocalist and harmonica player, is there anything he can't do? Teaming up with Dave Draper as producer, the collection of new tracks on the release shape a blend of blues music with a gorgeous acoustic… Continue reading Garrington T. Jones – Dead Roses

2019 Singles

Simone – Be There Soon (Review)

Released August 30th, Simone creates a soundscape filled with classic pop and electronic elements. Said to have drawn inspiration from the likes of Kimbra, Ashe & Queen, “Be There Soon” is Simone’s biggest release to date. Pushing the boundaries of what is possible for an independent artist, the LA based singer-songwriter and producer has already… Continue reading Simone – Be There Soon (Review)

2019 Albums

Modern Nature – How To Live (Review)

Released August 23rd on Bella Union, Modern Nature’s debut album “How To Live” has took a plunge straight into our hearts. Blending euphoric folk, experimental jazz and psych-tinged indie rock, the project consists of U.K artists Jack Cooper (Ultimate Painted, Mazes) and Will Young (BEAK, Moon Gangs). Featuring drummer Aaron Neveu (Woods) saxophonist Jeff Tobias… Continue reading Modern Nature – How To Live (Review)

2019 Singles

Miranda Joan – Happy to Have You (Review)

Born in Montréal, raised in Vancouver but now based in New York City, Miranda Joan blends a wide sense of cultures into her own style. Being brought up with a love for soul music and it’s many sub-genres, her sound is best described as floating around soul and pop. In the middle of releasing a… Continue reading Miranda Joan – Happy to Have You (Review)