2020 Singles

Rowlette – Letters (Review)

Rowlette’s first release of 2020 is the intimate, indie-pop ballad ‘Letters’. Describing a tale of lost friendship, the sound of ‘Letters’ conveys its subject matter beautifully with a close, poignant amount of instrumentation. Produced, mixed and mastered by Beardfire Studios, ‘Letters’ showcases Rowlette’s unique and instantly recognisable style.  On the inspiration for the track, Rowlette… Continue reading Rowlette – Letters (Review)

2020 Singles

The Arosa – In Chemicals (Review)

Birmingham based alt-pop collective The Arosa are proving to fans across the country that they’re ones to watch. Combining a true British flair with swagger in their discography, their sound could be described as Britpop meets Madchester. Back with their first single of 2020, ‘In Chemicals’ shimmers straight into the mix with a powerful vocal… Continue reading The Arosa – In Chemicals (Review)

2020 Singles

Crying Beauty Queens – Darling (Review)

Manchester based trio Crying Beauty Queens return with their first release of 2020 ‘Darling’. Recorded at Whitewood Studios in Liverpool, the track was mixed to tape, adding a vintage feel to it’s arrangement. Released March 18th to mark the 2nd birthday of the band’s formation, the new single draws influence from The Pixies’ dynamics and… Continue reading Crying Beauty Queens – Darling (Review)

2020 Singles

Post Rome – Different Kids (Review)

Released at the end of February, Post Rome’s ‘Different Kids’ nudges towards iconic bands such as Kings of Leon, The 1975 and Talking Heads. Born and raised in Sunderland, the outfit are proud to make a name for themselves in a place they love. Returning with their first single in two years, ‘Different Kids’ is… Continue reading Post Rome – Different Kids (Review)

2020 Singles

Tunnel – Walking The Vine (Review)

Taken of their upcoming album due April 10th, “Walking The Vine” captures the darkness that comes with our own struggles. An experimental wonder that needs to be heard if you’re fans of Radiohead, Pink Floyd and Klaus to name a few. Bringing you up to speed, Tunnel are a progressive rock duo from Montreal. Creating… Continue reading Tunnel – Walking The Vine (Review)

2020 Singles

Silk Cinema – Sticking With You (Review)

London based duo Silk Cinema comprises of Kristy X and Raph A. Back with their first release since their debut album ‘Spells’, the new single ‘Sticking With You’ is the first of new material in the works for the two piece. With elements of alt-pop in the mix, they’ve got a nostalgic sound that could… Continue reading Silk Cinema – Sticking With You (Review)

2020 Singles

Beth Keeping – Two Seats Down (Review)

UK based singer-songwriter Beth Keeping is known for her brave honesty and storytelling in her work. Beth is also a passionate champion of women in music and founded UK movement ‘Write Like a Girl’ back in 2018. Back with a new single, ‘Two Seats Down’ is no exception to her wonderful songwriting and is described… Continue reading Beth Keeping – Two Seats Down (Review)

2020 Singles

Only August – The Rain (Review)

Only August connects with his surroundings and creates a personal experience  throughout his music. Currently in the studio finishing up his debut album with Kyle Ashbourne (Sugar Shack Studios), the LP is due for release in summer of this year. Here with his debut single “The Rain”, the warming track features themes of love and growth.  “The Rain” describes the ups… Continue reading Only August – The Rain (Review)