MoggBlog’s Monday Magic #25 features contemporary soul Naama Guggenheim, independent quartet Pluto & Charon, dream-pop artist Spirit Sam & singer-songwriter Ryan Edmond.
‘Rivers’ feels like a light at the end of a dark tunnel. Letting listeners feel nostalgia from a time before, the track is filled with hope for a better future from the instrumentation.
‘Us’ is a powerful track armed with an ear-worm chorus and uplifting instrumentation. Heart-felt songwriting comes naturally to this songwriter, and each release always lives up to expectations.
Romania born, London based singer-songwriter and producer Jewelia’s ‘Millenial’ is a nostalgic indie-pop number powered by piano.
‘All Those Things’ is Daragh’s fourth single to date, and illuminates that British guitar-pop is far from over.
Junodream share latest alt-rock meets dream-pop anthem ‘Easy Life’. Drawing influence from avenues of post-rock, modern prog and alternative indie, Junodream are a London based quintet with layers of character in their songwriting
A track that instantly draws you in with it’s infectious groove, ‘Something’s Gotta Change’ is the brand new single from I Am Tru Starr, and tackles racism.
Emily Craig launches new single ‘I Think I Like You’ into the world. Released at the end of July, the folk-pop infused single showcases a songwriter with passion.
Sunderland based indie rock outfit noyou unveil their latest single ‘We’re So Sorry’. Somewhere between the realms of gentle pop arrangement and infectious rock undertones, the latest release is bathed in radiant synth riffs.
MoggBlog’s Monday Magic #24 features Manchester based duo Oystercatcher, vibrant trio Thrillhouse, folk pop songstress Mehalah Ray & LA based singer-songwriter Katherine Evans