2020 Singles

Suzie Stapleton – Blood on the Windscreen (Review)

Suzie Stapleton - Blood on the Windscreen Sydney-born, Brighton-based alternative rock artist Suzie Stapleton relocated to the UK back in 2015. Since then, she’s built a loyal fanbase, captivated audiences with electric live performances and has gained support from BBC 6 Music, Absolute Radio, Amazing Radio and beyond. Back with the release of new single… Continue reading Suzie Stapleton – Blood on the Windscreen (Review)

2020 Singles

Roni Bar Hadas – Everything (Review)

Roni Bar Hadas - Everything Written back at the age of 16 out of feelings of insecurity and loneliness, Roni Bar Hadas’ ‘Everything’ is the first single from her upcoming, debut album. Citing Elliott Smith, Fiona Apple and Beck as inspiration for the album’s style, her combination of folk mixed with alternative is golden. Co-produced… Continue reading Roni Bar Hadas – Everything (Review)

2020 Singles

Andi Fins – Parkin Lot (Review)

Andi Fins - Parkin Lot Berlin-based producer, singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist Andi Fins shines on ‘Parkin Lot’, taken from his newly released album ‘Whatever Works’. With a sound that simply speaks for itself, the release has been described as ‘a healthy mixture of lighthearted Gorillaz sound and melancholic Radiohead flavour’. ‘Parkin Lot’ illuminates that… Continue reading Andi Fins – Parkin Lot (Review)

2020 Singles

Lial – Embers (Review)

Lial - Embers London based artist Lial’s latest release ‘Embers’ draws you in with it’s haunting, melancholic arrangement. With a layer of electronic pop in it’s core, the hypnotic number was release back in February ahead of her second EP ‘Made to Break’, which follows this summer. About the struggle of removing yourself from an… Continue reading Lial – Embers (Review)

2020 Singles

Dharma Bums – You Should Know (It’s All On You) (Review)

Dharma Bums - You Should Know (It's All On You) Worcestershire based Dharma Bums return with the lead single from their forthcoming debut album ‘Sell Your Soul’. Entitled ‘You Should Know (It’s All On You)’, the latest release showcases that Dharma Bums are widening their horizons with blues and americana still in the limelight. The… Continue reading Dharma Bums – You Should Know (It’s All On You) (Review)

2020 Singles

Nadia Vaeh – Monroe (Review)

Released Friday 27th March, Nadia Vaeh’s latest single is an empowering number that resonates with women across the globe. Paying homage to female icons such as Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Taylor Swift, Britney Spreads, Meryl Streep, Celine Dion and more, the proceedings of the song are being donated to GirlUp. Produced by Dion Shaw and… Continue reading Nadia Vaeh – Monroe (Review)

2020 Singles

Ollie Trevers – #I.K.Y.K (Review)

Essex based singer-songwriter Ollie Trevers started writing and performing music from 14 years of age and cannot remember a time when he didn’t want to be an artist. Inspired by blues and psychedelic rock, his music is for fans of Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix and even Pink Floyd. Released March 27th, Ollie’s latest single #IKYK is a… Continue reading Ollie Trevers – #I.K.Y.K (Review)

2020 Singles

Dalmas – Draw The Line (Review)

Manchester based stadium rock trio Dalmas return with their latest single “Draw The Line”. The track is the first song from a 5 track EP the band set to release later this year. Creating a bigger sound for their distinctive music, the band continue to work with producer Dan Mizen. Previous MoggBlog contenders, Dalmas set… Continue reading Dalmas – Draw The Line (Review)

2020 Singles

Frank Moyo – Beach House (Review)

Singer-songwriter and guitarist Frank Moyo serenades with a suave, smooth voice. His latest single “Beach House” is his second release of 2020 and is a heartwarming ballad. Stripped back, the building folk tracks evokes the sense of escaping to a beach house to run away from reality. Feeling relatable, it’s a song that I think… Continue reading Frank Moyo – Beach House (Review)