2019 Singles

The Horse Puppets – Who Are You? (Don’t Look At Me Now) (Review)

Manchester based septet The Horse Puppets blend an ambient soundscape while holding onto their blues roots in “Who Are You? (Don’t Look At Me Now)”. Coating the blues arrangement in an indie atmosphere, The Horse Puppets mix a whole ray of instruments throughout different styles to create their own distinctive sound. There’s a country twang… Continue reading The Horse Puppets – Who Are You? (Don’t Look At Me Now) (Review)

2019 Singles

Beth Hart – Bad Woman Blues (Review)

Grammy-nominated vocal powerhouse Beth Hart is set to release her brand new studio album 'War In My Mind' on September 27th via Provouge. To keep our minds busy until the release, Beth Hart’s released the brand new video for latest single ‘Bad Woman Blues’. Produced by Rob Cavallo (Green Day, My Chemical Romance, Dave Matthews… Continue reading Beth Hart – Bad Woman Blues (Review)

2019 Albums

Garrington T. Jones – Dead Roses

Worcestershire based singer-songwriter Garrington T. Jones returns with his brand new album “Dead Roses”. Known for being an accomplished instrumentalist, vocalist and harmonica player, is there anything he can't do? Teaming up with Dave Draper as producer, the collection of new tracks on the release shape a blend of blues music with a gorgeous acoustic… Continue reading Garrington T. Jones – Dead Roses

2019 Singles

Kris Barras Band – What You Get (Review)

Kris Barras and his band continue their rise to the top with their brand new album “Light It Up” due to drop September 13th via Provogue. To keep fans gearing up for the anticipated release, the Kris Barras Band have released the official video for their latest single “What You Get” which features cameos from… Continue reading Kris Barras Band – What You Get (Review)

2018 Singles

Far Suns Fall – Shape of the World (Review)

An electric influence of Blues, Grunge, and Alternative rock music is secured with GoLoud Records band Far Suns Fall. They released their first single "Shape of the World" from debut album “Aphelion” (due for release in April) back in November. With the debut album still to be released, the band are generating a strong fan base. Combining all their… Continue reading Far Suns Fall – Shape of the World (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

Audrey – EP (Review)

Playing in and around Hull, as Audrey, the original rock and roll band are destined to be stars. The band started off as a jam between the songwriter and drummer, then before they knew it, a 4 piece band were in the pipelines. They promise to hold an energetic and engaging live set up and… Continue reading Audrey – EP (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

The Dollymops – Gap Year Tourists (Review)

You may never have heard of The Dollymops, but for any newbies, they’re a 4 piece, indie-punk band from Oxford. Drawing influences from the classic indie prodigies that are The Libertines, The Strokes, The Clash and that small band from Manchester called Oasis, The Dollymops second EP has that refreshing indie sound that every indie… Continue reading The Dollymops – Gap Year Tourists (Review)

2015 Albums

The Sean Gaffney Band – The Story of How We Lose Control (Review)

Sean’s a musician from a little place called Bishops Castle in Shropshire. Sean’s soulful approach to his music screams out in his original compositions with his own band complimenting his work beautifully. With "The Story of How We Lose Control" being almost 3 years old in two weeks time, the debut solo album is beaming… Continue reading The Sean Gaffney Band – The Story of How We Lose Control (Review)