2019 Singles

Fractures ft ROZES – Chains (Review)

Melbourne based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Fractures returns with the release of “Chains” featuring ROZES. Out on FADER label, the pair embrace a pop atmosphere that brings a special force between the exceptional collaboration. Set to return with a collection of tracks in the new year, Fractures has a new project called EP III due out on FADER… Continue reading Fractures ft ROZES – Chains (Review)

2019 Singles

The Trusted – Wild Love (Review)

Released November 8th via The Orchard, The Trusted return with their new single “Wild Love”. Southend-on-Sea based, The Trusted are a distinguished quartet formed in mid-2016. Focusing on diversity and casting a range of emotions in their sound, the band set their goal to make listeners feel the raw emotions that radiate throughout their tracks. Having built an incredible reputation with their past… Continue reading The Trusted – Wild Love (Review)

2019 Singles

Jacob Seeger – Down (Review)

It’s no surprise to viewers that Jacob Seeger is completely soaring through the music industry. After landing five sync placements on CBS, signing with AWAL, and receiving over 10,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, the word is simply his oyster right now. Seemingly like it will continue to go with each listen, Jacob’s a rising pop/R&B… Continue reading Jacob Seeger – Down (Review)

2019 Singles

AO ft Mondo Cozmo – Fall on Me (Review)

LA-based songwriter AO returns with her new single & video “Fall On Me” featuring the vocals of Mondo Cozmo. AO signifies both the beginning and the end, and is Aria Pullma-Ostrander’s muse that allows her to stretch boundaries and slash genres. Born out of the late night sessions of the songwriter, AO signifies both the… Continue reading AO ft Mondo Cozmo – Fall on Me (Review)

2019 Singles

Henderson – Brightness Collides (Review)

Indie pop quartet Henderson release ‘Brightness Collides’. Based in Sheffield, the hard hitting four-piece are storming onto the indie-pop scene good and proper. Despite being a young band, the boys of Henderson are proving that you can be at any age and have a strong songwriting forcefield behind you. Known for sold out shows at… Continue reading Henderson – Brightness Collides (Review)

2019 Singles

Crywolf – your joy is your sorrow unmasked (Review)

Released the first of this month, Crywolf’s latest single ‘your joy is your sorrow unmasked’ rises from the ashes of heartbreak. As the project of producer, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Justin Taylor Phillips, the diverse sound that Crywolf portrays is always cinematic. He released his 16-track album “widow [OBLIVIØN Pt.I] earlier this year, which he followed… Continue reading Crywolf – your joy is your sorrow unmasked (Review)

2019 Singles

Melanie Valentine – VHS Tape (Review)

After taking a 4 year hiatus from her local Australian music scene to become a parent, Melanie Valentine returns with the wonderful pop number ‘VHS Tape’. Influenced by the likes of 80s/90s cartoons, Madonna, Britney Spears, Kim Wilde and Robyn to name a few, the synth-pop songwriter confronts issues that needs to be heard in… Continue reading Melanie Valentine – VHS Tape (Review)

2019 Singles

Yard Arms – A Glossary of Broken Humans & Beating Hearts (Review)

Bristol-based duo Yard Arms fuse a jangle-pop powerhouse arrangement with late noughties euphoria in their sound. Comprising of long time collaborators Noah Villeneuve and Billy Golding, keen followers will remember them from previous projects such as Archimedes. Moving on with their sound and uplifting any mood, their latest EP "A Glossary of Broken Humans &… Continue reading Yard Arms – A Glossary of Broken Humans & Beating Hearts (Review)

2019 Singles

Kita Menari – Tonight (Review)

Released November 1st, Kita Menari’s ‘Tonight’ is a pulsating upbeat track dealing with a different matter in it’s subject. As the synth-pop brainchild of Dutch artist Micha de Jonge, ‘Tonight’ is another slice of Kita’s new upcoming EP (20th November release). Sounding like the lovechild of half.alive and Phoenix, the track is a tribute to… Continue reading Kita Menari – Tonight (Review)

2019 Singles

RINNGS – It’s Coming Back (Review)

London based alt-pop duo RINNGS are back with the infectious ‘It’s Coming Back’, via Globe. Comprising of Karl Zine and Nai Jannson, the track is the first single since last year’s critically acclaimed ‘Glorious’ EP. Gaining support from national press and leading music sites, the duo have been enjoying collaborations together and apart. Nai recently… Continue reading RINNGS – It’s Coming Back (Review)