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)

2019 Singles

Gabriela Geneva – Sweeter (Review)

After relocating to Toronto in 2017, Gabriela Geneva evolves with every performance whether that being in songwriting or on stage. Developing a pure Pop/RnB sound, her signature sound streams with originality and honest lyrics. Her debut single ‘Sweeter’ illustrates a personal experience like no other. Co-written in LA with Matt Genovese (PRETTYMUCH, 4TH AVE) and… Continue reading Gabriela Geneva – Sweeter (Review)

2019 Singles

Micky James – Crybaby (Review)

New York’s glam rockstar Micky James returns with his second single of the year entitled “Crybaby”. Drawing influences from Brit-Rock legends David Bowie, The Clash and The Rolling Stones, the glam artist grits his way through the music industry with a pop style based at it’s core. With his main priority to create music that’s… Continue reading Micky James – Crybaby (Review)

2019 Singles

Raynes – Lemon Drop (Review)

Filling the soundscape with huge charisma, Raynes are here with their debut single ‘Lemon Drop’. Produced by Mighty Mike (Lana Del Rey, The Neighbourhood, Dua Lipa) and mastered by Joe LaPorta (David Bowie, Vampire Weekend, Shawn Mendes), the single showcases a vast amount of influences. Raynes blend a fascinating portion of modern pop with classic… Continue reading Raynes – Lemon Drop (Review)

2019 Singles

Solstis – Miss You (Review)

Returning with the infectious “Miss You”, Solstis are the Seattle-based producers that keep on giving. With their “As The Sun Hits” EP set to release October 11th via Lowly Palace, “Miss You” guides the producers in the right direction. Andy Garcia and Brandon Myers started the collaborative journey many moons ago in a rock band… Continue reading Solstis – Miss You (Review)

2019 Singles

Lucy & La Mer – Discover (Review)

LA based indie project of singer-songwriter Lucy LaForge, Lucy & La Mer returns with her vibrant folk-pop number “Discover”. Known for creating a brightly coloured soundscape, the new track touches on themes of positivity and self-validation. Set to release an upcoming EP entitled “I Feel Better Now”, which includes “Blue Dress” and “Discover”, the EP… Continue reading Lucy & La Mer – Discover (Review)

2019 Singles

Derek Luh – Jerry Maguire (Review)

Songwriter, model and entrepreneur Derek Luh returns with a fresh new video for his single “Jerry Maguire”. Over the past few years, Derek Luh has created a fanbase and a strong social media presence. Having released 5 projects in 5 years, fans have watched the songwriter grow from a beginner into a mature advanced musician.… Continue reading Derek Luh – Jerry Maguire (Review)

2019 Singles

Learn to Lie – Feel (Review)

Formed in December 2017, Learn to Lie are an energetic quartet that combine an alternative rock sound with groove based rhythms. Priding themselves on dynamic live performances and lively songs, the band currently have 3 singles and a debut EP released. Returning with their first track of the year, “Feel” is a strong 5 minute… Continue reading Learn to Lie – Feel (Review)

2019 Singles

Firewoodisland – Hollow Coves (Review)

Bristol-based Norwegian/Welsh duo Firewoodisland return with their latest release “Hollow Coves”. Released September 27th, the track has received support from BBC Radio 6 and media outlets across the internet. Comprised of Stian Vedøy and Abi Eleri, the duo ignite a folk-pop sound, drawing influences to artists such as Bon Iver and Of Monsters and Men. … Continue reading Firewoodisland – Hollow Coves (Review)

2019 Singles

Puppet Theory – Katia (Review)

Released September 13th, “Katia” is the latest offering from Manchester based quartet Puppet Theory. With a natural flair of indie rock and pop-punk in their roots, the energetic band are known for their live performance and infectious choruses. Bringing their own take on today’s indie rock scene, the fresh nature of the band pores with… Continue reading Puppet Theory – Katia (Review)