2018 EPs/Albums, 2018 Singles

for KING & COUNTRY – joy. (Review)

Grammy nominees for KING & COUNTRY are really causing quite a stir with pop infused rock single “joy”. Taken off their third studio album 'Burn the Ships', the Australian but Nashville based siblings are enjoying the well deserved limelight. Premiering last month of Good Morning Sunday, it’s safe to say that the band’s UK following… Continue reading for KING & COUNTRY – joy. (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Fiona Grey – Girls Like Me (Review)

Originally from Chicago, Fiona Grey, now Los Angeles based songwriter, has a real raw talent. Showcasing some of the best soulful vocals I’ve heard in a long time, the melodies of latest single “Girls Like Me” is really something quite special. Taken off the “Cult Classic” EP which was released back in September, 'Girls Like… Continue reading Fiona Grey – Girls Like Me (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Rae Morris – Someone Out There (Review)

The year anniversary of the second album, "Someone Out There", by art-pop artist Rae Morris was yesterday. Time sure flies by when you’re listening to great music. When Rae first came on the scene playing shows around Blackpool in 2011, it wasn’t long after that she was offered recording contracts at Atlantic Records & Universal.… Continue reading Rae Morris – Someone Out There (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Tiger Bay – Sesh. Love. Sun. Style

A music project created by Brad Hunter, Tiger Bay, as he had so many new musical ideas that he didn’t feel were being fulfilled in his path at the time. Part of the Cardiff’s music scene, you could say his latest release “Sesh. Love. Sun. Style” is a concept EP, each song showcases each element. "I wrote this E.P… Continue reading Tiger Bay – Sesh. Love. Sun. Style

2018 EPs/Albums

The Creature Appeal – You Shouldn’t, But I Know You Probably Will (Review)

Local indie band, The Creature Appeal, from Birmingham released their debut EP in October 2018 which has already had quite a lot of streams on Spotify as well as their debut single having over 6,000 streams alone. They've been played on BBC Introducing a fair few times too. Implying that they hope to release new tunes… Continue reading The Creature Appeal – You Shouldn’t, But I Know You Probably Will (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Muse – Simulation Theory (Review)

One of the most famous trios of all time, Muse released their highly anticipated 8th studio album 2 months ago today. With hitting number 1 in the UK album charts, the album takes Muse towards their electronic influence. With a lot of fans dissing Muse for not sticking to their pioneering stadium rock tunes, this album… Continue reading Muse – Simulation Theory (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

She Makes War – Brace for Impact (Review)

Finally getting round to sitting down and reviewing this really great album. For people who don’t know, Bristol based, Laura Kidd has her own solo project called She Makes War. Think delicate, angelic vocals over powerful, melancholy grunge ballads, pretty cool huh? She Makes War is FIERCE. With already 3 albums and 2 EPS under… Continue reading She Makes War – Brace for Impact (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

The Tenmours – Maze (Review)

Formed in December 2013 by Alex Johnston-Seymour & Ross Tennant, the talented songwriting duo became an important part in Folk Fusion. Folk fusion is fused with folk, rock and world music - all genres that will definitely get your feet stomping and your jaws dropping. They’re known for creating a true energetic experience at their… Continue reading The Tenmours – Maze (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

The Equatorial Group – Apricity (Review)

Think Fleetwood Mac but more folk orientated. The Equatorial Group are a group of friends from the East of Sussex. With many things in common but primarily being the same influences in music and life, the five piece band create a gentle landscape with their subtle but powerful compositions. Released on May 25th, Apricity is… Continue reading The Equatorial Group – Apricity (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

PaperWolf – Talk About It (Review)

It’s safe to say that the indie rock scene at the moment is probably at the biggest it’s ever been. PaperWolf are here to just prove that even more. The power trio from the south of London already have quite a good discography under their sleeves. The new EP “Talk About It” is a collage of… Continue reading PaperWolf – Talk About It (Review)