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)

2019 Singles

Louise and The Feathers – Rich Tea Biscuit (Review)

Created after years of writing, jamming and finally wanting to share, Louise and The Feathers combine folk, pop and rock as their main influences. With comparisons to artists such as Florence and The Machine, Hazel O’Connor, Paolo Nutini, Tracy Chapman and Fleetwood Mac, their latest single “Rich Tea Biscuit” sits highly in their discography so… Continue reading Louise and The Feathers – Rich Tea Biscuit (Review)

2019 EPs

SheBeat – Catch Your Breath (Review)

Released back at the end of November, SheBeat’s latest EP titled Catch Your Breath was produced in Birmingham by local producer Jack Tasker at Droma. Known for perfect numbers to get your foot tapping or to hum-along too, SheBeat’s been gathering a following over a number of years and is now known for her distinctive… Continue reading SheBeat – Catch Your Breath (Review)

2019 Singles

AO ft Mondo Cozmo – Fall on Me (Review)

LA-based songwriter AO returns with her new single & video “Fall On Me” featuring the vocals of Mondo Cozmo. AO signifies both the beginning and the end, and is Aria Pullma-Ostrander’s muse that allows her to stretch boundaries and slash genres. Born out of the late night sessions of the songwriter, AO signifies both the… Continue reading AO ft Mondo Cozmo – Fall on Me (Review)

2019 Singles

Crywolf – your joy is your sorrow unmasked (Review)

Released the first of this month, Crywolf’s latest single ‘your joy is your sorrow unmasked’ rises from the ashes of heartbreak. As the project of producer, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Justin Taylor Phillips, the diverse sound that Crywolf portrays is always cinematic. He released his 16-track album “widow [OBLIVIØN Pt.I] earlier this year, which he followed… Continue reading Crywolf – your joy is your sorrow unmasked (Review)

2019 Singles

Pilgrims’ Dream – Ocean (Review)

Avid singer-songwriter Pilgrims’ Dream delivers an intricate anthem in “Ocean”. Bringing you up to speed, the songwriter and producer took two years out of music due to being left unable to sing from a chronic illness. Back and raring to go with enthusiasm, “Ocean” raises the bar of a personal journey for not only listeners… Continue reading Pilgrims’ Dream – Ocean (Review)

2019 EPs

Rebekah Hawker – Careful Women (Review)

Country-Folk singer songwriter Rebekah Hawker resides in Barrie, Ontario, and draws influences from artists such as Kathleen Edwards, Joni Mitchell and Patsy Cline to name a few. Hot off the press, her debut EP is now ours to share. Entitled “Careful Women”, featuring powerful lyrics and a musical presence like no other, the debut is… Continue reading Rebekah Hawker – Careful Women (Review)

2019 EPs

Toria Wooff – Badlands (Review)

Released July 25th, Toria Wooff returns with the exceptional “Badlands”. Based in Lancashire, the Americana artist fuses a dark approach to songwriting within the new release. Released on Sloe Flower Records, the tales on Badlands showcase subjects such as love and malevolence. Blending a delicate atmosphere of intricate guitar melodies and haunting vocals, the EP… Continue reading Toria Wooff – Badlands (Review)

2019 Singles

Axel Mansoor – London Grey (Review)

Emmy nominated Axel Mansoor returns with his fourth single of the year. “London Grey” features a theme of wanting to run away to a ‘safe haven’. Currently Los Angeles based, Axel’s music blossoms topics such as self-love, self-compassion and transformation. Including these important subjects in his music, he’s a real inspiration for fans across the… Continue reading Axel Mansoor – London Grey (Review)

2019 Albums

Karine Polwart – Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook (Review)

Released August 2nd, “Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook” is a blessing in disguise. As a follow up to her acclaimed 2018 album “Laws Of Motion”, which got Mojo’s Folk Album of the Year, the songwriter has put her own shining light into a collection of songs and has reimagined them as her own. Launched at this… Continue reading Karine Polwart – Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook (Review)