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)

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

The Dylan Marshall Project – Alone (Review)

Lee Richardson aka The Dylan Marshall Project is set to release 12 tracks across 2020. As the solo vessel for Dead Dads Club frontman Lee Richardson, The Dylan Marshall Project allows space to produce songs that wouldn’t sit well in the DDC catalogue. Lee plays gigs all across the West Midlands in Dead Dads Club… Continue reading The Dylan Marshall Project – Alone (Review)

2019 Albums

Modern Nature – How To Live (Review)

Released August 23rd on Bella Union, Modern Nature’s debut album “How To Live” has took a plunge straight into our hearts. Blending euphoric folk, experimental jazz and psych-tinged indie rock, the project consists of U.K artists Jack Cooper (Ultimate Painted, Mazes) and Will Young (BEAK, Moon Gangs). Featuring drummer Aaron Neveu (Woods) saxophonist Jeff Tobias… Continue reading Modern Nature – How To Live (Review)

2019 Singles

Hayden Everett – Loud (Review)

Hayden Everett is an indie-pop songwriter currently residing in LA. Returning with his latest adventure, ‘Loud’ is available to stream everywhere and is one of those tracks that you won’t be able to get enough of. Taken off his debut self titled EP, due out September 6th, the track (alongside the rest of the EP)… Continue reading Hayden Everett – Loud (Review)

2019 EPs, 2019 Singles

Rob Drabkin – It’s a Beautiful Day (Review)

Writing this feature on a beautiful summer’s day in August, this is definitely the song of the day. Entitled “It’s a Beautiful Day”, indie folk artist Rob Drabkin released back in 2018. Taken off the Beautiful Day EP, the track features stadium vocals, a pulsating rhythm and intelligent guitar melodies. As an uplifting anthem, it’s… Continue reading Rob Drabkin – It’s a Beautiful Day (Review)

2019 Singles

Amistat – Love & Light (Review)

Twin brothers Amistat return with the warming folk number “Love & Light”. Born in Germany but raised in Italy, the European brothers blended their roots with their new adventure of moving to Australia. Creating a fanbase across the globe, their sound is filled with pure honesty and a beautiful atmosphere of harmonies. The new single… Continue reading Amistat – Love & Light (Review)

2019 Singles

Kuri – The Great Orator (Review)

Taken off the recently released debut album “No Village”, “The Great Orator” stuck out to me with it’s purity. Kuri’s angelic vocals hint how intense feelings of danger, adventure and even a newfound identity can really be. Scott Currie of Kuri began writing under the name in 2017. With influences such as Radiohead and Robert… Continue reading Kuri – The Great Orator (Review)

2019 Singles

Ellis Thomas – Summer Rain (Review)

Here we meet singer-songwriter Ellis Thomas from Porthcawl, South Wales. He’s released his debut single today, how exciting! For a debut track, you need something that’s going to be a wonderful introductory to your music and showcases your ability. Ellis Thomas’ ‘Summer Rain’ glows within the folk genre and completely pulls at your heart-strings. The track… Continue reading Ellis Thomas – Summer Rain (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Valerio Lysander- We Are Like Coloured Moths Towards the Sunlight (Review)

Released on the 21st July, I'm finally getting round to reviewing Valerio Lysander's wonderful album. The album was recorded in various locations across Rome and London with influences from Fiona Apple, Regina Spektor and Sufjan Stevens to name a few. A little bit about Valerio first is that he's a British based Italian artist who has performed all over Europe. He situates in the genres Baroque Pop,… Continue reading Valerio Lysander- We Are Like Coloured Moths Towards the Sunlight (Review)