2020 Singles

Lyena – Headlines (Review)

Lyena - Headlines Formed in late 2018 after being introduced to each other at a mutual friend’s show, they quickly discovered they all had the same passion for fast, energetic music. With the realisation they all had the same inspiration, Lyena decided to hire a practice room the following day. Returning with their first single… Continue reading Lyena – Headlines (Review)

2020 Singles

Freya Ward – You Could Be My Sanctuary (Review)

Freya Ward - You Could Be My Sanctuary Freya Ward is releasing three new singles over Spring/early Summer of this year, and ‘You Could Be My Sanctuary’ highlights that bright times are ahead for the songwriter. Following a successful 2019 for the artist, 2020 is looking to be filled with big success. Produced by Matthew… Continue reading Freya Ward – You Could Be My Sanctuary (Review)

2020 Singles

Hunger Moon – Patience (Review)

Hunger Moon - Patience Captivating Birmingham based duo Hunger Moon unleash new single ‘Patience’ into the wild. Formed over a mutual infatuation with the late Jeff Buckley (my kind of people!), the duo have drawn likeness to London Grammar, Daughter and Oh Wonder.  “Patience” is a melancholy pop number that tells the story of the… Continue reading Hunger Moon – Patience (Review)

2020 Singles

Lyys – Can’t Hear It (Review)

Lyys - Can't Hear It South-London based singer-songwriter and producer Rebecca Holloway aka LYYS resonates beautifully melodic bedroom-pop in latest release ‘Can’t Hear It’. With inspirations from Cocteau Twins, Camera Obscura, Metronomy and Robyn, LYYS is an artist simply not following the usual ‘rulebook’.  ‘Can’t Hear It’ explores the feeling of not wanting to engage… Continue reading Lyys – Can’t Hear It (Review)

2020 Singles

The Psycho Relics – Rocking Chair (Review)

The Psycho Relics - Rocking Chair Brighton garage rock quintet The Psycho Relics storm onto the scene with their exhilarating ‘Rocking Chair’. A mix between 60’s rock’n’roll and modern psych, there’s a western infused groove that sits behind the track’s mix.  Driven by a glistening harpsichord and a fair amount of cymbals, the track floats into… Continue reading The Psycho Relics – Rocking Chair (Review)

2020 Singles

SIANON – Overthinking (Review)

SIANON - Overthinking Brighton based singer-songwriter SIANON is here with her pop debut ‘Overthinking’. Tipped as one to watch in 2020, the debut single explains why this is a true fact.  Sianon mentioned; “I was going through a break-up while also missing my old way of life, all the people who would support me and… Continue reading SIANON – Overthinking (Review)

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)