2019 Singles

Uppermost – Night Walk (Review)

Released December 13th, “Night Walk” is French producer Uppermost’s latest tranquil single. Alongside three remixes of the track, the project was released via Uppwind Records. Guided through traditional Persian music from a young age with his French touch, the resonance of his sound focuses on respecting these influences while drawing a positive outlook throughout his… Continue reading Uppermost – Night Walk (Review)

2019 Singles

Pretoria – Gently (Review)

Western Michigan based group Pretoria returned back in November with the humble number “Gently”. Including a slick indie-surf arrangement, the track rocks into a self-assured moment of positivity. Tinged with a 60’s aura, the Latin edge of the single gives it a touch of 2019’s summer hit “Señorita” by Shawn Mendes and Camila Calbello while… Continue reading Pretoria – Gently (Review)

2019 Singles

Katrina Cain – Promised Land (Review)

LA-based pop artist Katrina Cain ended 2019 with an honest offering in “Promised Land”. Self-described as “melancholy pop”, the songwriter is most known for her standout performance on Season 15 of The Voice. After blossoming her career further down the line with a grit-filled performance of Fleetwood Mac’s Rhiannon, the songstress has released a string… Continue reading Katrina Cain – Promised Land (Review)

2019 Singles

Posh Chocolates – Gold Tongue (Review)

Guitar-pop phenomenon Posh Chocolates are a Manchester based trio that delve into their own roots in their latest single “Gold Tongue”. Guitar-driven synth pop is a hit within the industry at the moment with artists such as The 1975 soaring into the realm of stardom. Screaming with personality, their latest release glows with originality and… Continue reading Posh Chocolates – Gold Tongue (Review)

2019 Singles

Jamila & The Other Heroes – Aliens In My Bed (Review)

Released December 13th via Springstoff, “Aliens In My Bed” is the next single from international psychedelic funk-rock band Jamila & The Other Heroes. Taken off their upcoming album “Sit El Kon (The Grandmother of the Universe), which is set for release January 31st, the Berlin based outfit bring many influences from the Middle East, Latin… Continue reading Jamila & The Other Heroes – Aliens In My Bed (Review)

2019 Singles

The Palpitations – Siren (Review)

Luton based post-punk band The Palpitations release their debut single “Siren”. Formed in 2018 by two junior doctors that bonded over their attempts to navigate the emergency department in their local hospital, each song of their’s is based on a true story of a patient encountered while in hospital. Throughout their tracks, grief is a… Continue reading The Palpitations – Siren (Review)

2019 Singles

Marco DeLiso – And We Fall (Review)

Massachusetts based multi-instrumentalist Marco DeLiso uses music as an expressive form. Speaking a language that let’s music do all the talking, Marco’s music uses vocal harmonies and presents bringing people together to be their true selves. Entitled “And We Fall”, the indie pop number highlights Marco’s hip-hop influences with a quirky pop soundscape in it’s… Continue reading Marco DeLiso – And We Fall (Review)

2019 Singles

LX Mason – Scared to Let Go (Review)

LX Mason returns with the dream-like pop single ‘Scared to Let Go’. MoggBlog favourite for bending the rules of dance-pop and completely doing his own thing, the electronic grooves in the new single just may be our favourite to date. After a successful number of years developing his craft, 2020 is destined to be LX Mason’s year.… Continue reading LX Mason – Scared to Let Go (Review)

2019 Singles

BisonBison – Expanding (Review)

Toronto-based quintet BisonBison return to the electronic world with their most exciting single to date ‘Expanding’. Released December 6th via Zozaya Records, the track is part of their upcoming debut album Hover, which is to be released February 7th. As an outfit, the talent in BisonBison streams with excitement. Known as a collaboration of producers… Continue reading BisonBison – Expanding (Review)

2019 Singles

Bright Orange Spectacle – I Struggle To Communicate (Review)

North London based pop rock outfit Bright Orange Spectacle are back with their second single to date ‘I Struggle To Communicate’. Released via their own What About Records on December 6th, 2019 has been a huge year for the collective. With their debut single “She Could Do Better” storming onto the scene and making the… Continue reading Bright Orange Spectacle – I Struggle To Communicate (Review)