2019 Singles

Jacob Seeger – Down (Review)

It’s no surprise to viewers that Jacob Seeger is completely soaring through the music industry. After landing five sync placements on CBS, signing with AWAL, and receiving over 10,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, the word is simply his oyster right now. Seemingly like it will continue to go with each listen, Jacob’s a rising pop/R&B… Continue reading Jacob Seeger – Down (Review)

2019 Singles

Henderson – Brightness Collides (Review)

Indie pop quartet Henderson release ‘Brightness Collides’. Based in Sheffield, the hard hitting four-piece are storming onto the indie-pop scene good and proper. Despite being a young band, the boys of Henderson are proving that you can be at any age and have a strong songwriting forcefield behind you. Known for sold out shows at… Continue reading Henderson – Brightness Collides (Review)

2019 Singles

Midnight Divide – Say You Believe (Review)

Indie dark rock trio Midnight Divide are back with their confident new release ‘Say You Believe’. As a band, the three piece have seen solid success with previous releases and even had their music charting on CMJ and featured on some of today’s top TV networks. ‘Say You Believe’ oozes with bold instrumentation, impassioned lyrics… Continue reading Midnight Divide – Say You Believe (Review)

2019 Singles

LX Mason – Fantastic ft Valencia James (Review)

Released October 30th featuring Valencia James, ‘Fantastic’ is a moody-dark acoustic driven track from LX Mason. Sydney based artist LX Mason, the eerie new number secures a haunting vocal delivery from both artists. What may seem a darker sound for both artists, the soft track showcases a whole new level of personal. Securing a strong… Continue reading LX Mason – Fantastic ft Valencia James (Review)

2019 Singles

Tall Heights – Keeps Me Light (Review)

Starting as buskers on the streets of Boston, Tall Heights’ career has progressed like no other. Now performing in packed venues across North American, Europe and beyond, the duo have found their organic sound and their true selves. Blending harmony and unison with their voices, the elevating nature that they portray in their sound separates… Continue reading Tall Heights – Keeps Me Light (Review)

2019 Singles

Jay Plent – Staring Me Down (Review)

Jay Plent is here with his debut single titled ‘Staring Me Down’. Manchester based Jay draws inspiration from philosophy of using modern creative methods paired with an old-fashioned approach to good songwriting. With themes of sombre and heart ache in his music, Jay’s style has developed over the years to make him one of Manchester’s… Continue reading Jay Plent – Staring Me Down (Review)

2019 Singles

Organised Scum – Green Deal

Set to release their new EP ‘One Less Bastard’ on November 8th, Organised Scum are dropping promotional singles left right and centre. Gaining support from Tom Robinson, Line of Best Fit, Steve Lamacq and Clash Magazine, the band continue to delve into the realm of progressing their sound. Described as Fugazi hanging out with Steely… Continue reading Organised Scum – Green Deal

2019 Singles

Me Not You – America (Review)

New York based alternative dream-pop duo Me Not You are simply unstoppable. Released October 18th via MNY Music, “America” is taken off their upcoming debut album ‘Already Gone’ which will be released November 8th. Combining Eric Feiler and Nikki Taylor, the ethereal two piece cite influences such as Radiohead, Lou Reed, Aphex Twin and Pixies.… Continue reading Me Not You – America (Review)

2019 Singles

Baby Husband – Stop Thinking About Tomorrow / Eyes (Review)

Baby Husband are known for their dynamic, textured music that can’t be pinned down to one specific genre. Based in South West London, members hail from all over the United Kingdom. Influenced by the likes of indie bands such as Wolf Alice and The XX, their fresh sound draws more towards the indie genre. Back… Continue reading Baby Husband – Stop Thinking About Tomorrow / Eyes (Review)