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

Sätilä – Like You Do (Review)

Finnish born, London based artist Sätilä combines a fresh amount of infectious alternative-indie music with rich pop soundscapes. Having started writing songs at the tender age of only 7, Sätilä spent his formative years in an alternative rock band before moving to Sydney, Australia where he studied songwriting. After years of finding his feet in the… Continue reading Sätilä – Like You Do (Review)

2019 Singles

Flawes ft ROZES – Ghost Town (Review)

Dropped just over a week ago, ‘Ghost Town’ fuses the contagious sound of Flawes with critically acclaimed singer ROZES. With a debut album set for the future, Flawes are set to release the album in January of next year. Igniting the aura with an indie pop flavouring, the amount of layers in the new single… Continue reading Flawes ft ROZES – Ghost Town (Review)

2019 Singles

Bambi – Flicker (Review)

Samantha Clott aka Bambi is a young aspiring singer-songwriter based in Canada. Returning with her second single ‘Flicker’, it’s the offspring of what feels like a Marika Hackman meets Billie Eilish. Intricate with it’s moody aura, the electronic number is coated with reassurance from Samantha’s mystical vocals. Trying to hold onto the hope of getting… Continue reading Bambi – Flicker (Review)

2019 Singles

Kita Menari – Into the Dark (Review)

Amsterdam based indie-pop artist Kita Menari’s latest single “Into the Dark” is what could only be described as heavenly. After a near-drowning experience, Micha de Jonge aka Kita Menari had an immediate new outlook on life. Following an all-night celebration of new found life, the artist woke up to a handwritten note in his pocket… Continue reading Kita Menari – Into the Dark (Review)

2019 Singles

SAINT PHNX – Sorry (Review)

Glaswegian alt-pop duo SAINT PHNX return with their vibrant new number and video “Sorry” via AWAL. As well as releasing a new anthem, the band are currently out on a US tour with singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi. A family duo, SAINT PHNX comprises of brothers Stevie and Alan Jukes. Blending a cocktail of influences from the… Continue reading SAINT PHNX – Sorry (Review)

2019 Singles

Bora York – Colorado (Review)

Indie-pop duo Bora York return with a newbie track to their catalogue. “Colorado” dropped on September 12th and is taken from their upcoming album Emotion Vertigo. The married duo have gained support and recognition from a string of media outlets. Racking over 2.4 million streams from Youtube and Spotify, their music has also been featured… Continue reading Bora York – Colorado (Review)

2019 Singles

Freja Frances – Catching Fire (Review)

Singer-songwriter Freja Frances returns with emotive new single, “Catching Fire”. As the second single to be taken from Freja’s upcoming debut album “The Funeral”, out this Friday, the album secures a collection of ethereal numbers from an enchanting songwriter. Having received praise from various media outlets, Freja’s career has blossomed into something very special. Her… Continue reading Freja Frances – Catching Fire (Review)

2019 Singles

DENM – Blow It Up (Review)

Huntington Beach, CA artist DENM teamed up with production songwriting team Rock Mafia on his new single “Blow It Up” and upcoming EP ‘Endless Summer’, which is being released on September 6th. Finding his feet in the music industry, the songwriter has been testing out the waters to find his ‘sound’, and ‘Blow It Up’… Continue reading DENM – Blow It Up (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)