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)

2020 Singles

Carmanah – As I See You (Review)

Released March 13th, Carmanah’s ‘As I See You’ is taken off their upcoming sophomore album ‘Iris’, which will be released June 12th. Inspired by the distance between two souls when we forget to love ourselves first, the emotive number is the perfect track for re-connection. In a time where the world is feeling alone and… Continue reading Carmanah – As I See You (Review)

2020 Singles

Grace Gillespie – Goodbye (Review)

London-based artist Grace Gillespie’s sound draws influence from folk, psych and dream-pop. Providing a backdrop with shifting harmonies, intricate vocal melodies and stunning lyricism, she returns with “Goodbye”, but this is only the beginning for this artist. Marking the start of her collaboration with engineer and producer Oliver Baldwin, the track exposes Grace’s vocals and… Continue reading Grace Gillespie – Goodbye (Review)

2020 Singles

Cayley Thomas – Blue Jean Baby (Review)

Toronto based singer-songwriter and guitarist Cayley Thomas returns with the second single ‘Blue Jean Baby’ from her upcoming album ‘How Else Can I Tell You?’ (May 1st 2020). Featuring one of the most striking vocal range’s you’ll hear all week, there’s layers of personality in Blue Jean Baby that needs to be heard. Blending an… Continue reading Cayley Thomas – Blue Jean Baby (Review)

2020 Singles

Belles – Pass It On (Review)

Taking influence from the indie-rock and pop scene, Belles return with their distinctive sound in “Pass It On”. Produced by Jake Rousham at Metway Studios (Royal Blood, Nick Cave, The Levellers), the number clearly defines an era for the Belles.  Speaking on the track, Frontman George Clark expressed that “Pass It On means a lot… Continue reading Belles – Pass It On (Review)

2020 Singles

August Veronica Jane – Burning Waiting (Review)

Singer-songwriter August Veronica Jane breaks down boundaries within her music. Featuring an electronica based core while layering a strong, pop essence, her latest single “Burning Waiting” explores into a personal realm. August is from Italy and first started this project in 2018. Being a producer, to add another string to her bow, all her songs… Continue reading August Veronica Jane – Burning Waiting (Review)

2020 Singles

Alexandra Lost – Modern Feelings (Review)

Synth-pop duo Alexandra Lost like sampling old records, writing strange poetry and turning knobs on ancient keyboards. Staying true to their interests, they return with funk-style wonder “Modern Feelings”. On the track, the duo stated that "it’s about a call to just get in a car and get over it. It sounds like fireworks at… Continue reading Alexandra Lost – Modern Feelings (Review)