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 Singles

The Elston Guns – Modern Times (Don’t Let Me Down) / Days Are Done (Review)

Alternative rock outfit The Elston Guns were formed in 2018 by brothers Matt and Nick Wilson. Joined by lead guitarist Dziugas Juzena and drummer Jorge Morate, the collective include bands such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin as their go to influences. Creating their own distinctive, original sound, the refreshing music they… Continue reading The Elston Guns – Modern Times (Don’t Let Me Down) / Days Are Done (Review)

2019 Singles

The Mowgli’s – Fighting With Yourself (Review)

If you’ve heard of The Mowgli’s, you’ll know about their journey to the top. If you haven’t heard of The Mowgli’s, where have you been for the past 7 years? Beginning as a 10+ crew, the band are now quintet and have evolved from playing midnight warehouse parties to the stages of the largest festivals.… Continue reading The Mowgli’s – Fighting With Yourself (Review)

2019 Singles

Pretoria – Gently (Review)

Western Michigan based group Pretoria returned back in November with the humble number “Gently”. Including a slick indie-surf arrangement, the track rocks into a self-assured moment of positivity. Tinged with a 60’s aura, the Latin edge of the single gives it a touch of 2019’s summer hit “Señorita” by Shawn Mendes and Camila Calbello while… Continue reading Pretoria – Gently (Review)

2019 Singles

Marco DeLiso – And We Fall (Review)

Massachusetts based multi-instrumentalist Marco DeLiso uses music as an expressive form. Speaking a language that let’s music do all the talking, Marco’s music uses vocal harmonies and presents bringing people together to be their true selves. Entitled “And We Fall”, the indie pop number highlights Marco’s hip-hop influences with a quirky pop soundscape in it’s… Continue reading Marco DeLiso – And We Fall (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

Karima Francis – Shelf Life (Review)

Critically acclaimed musician and songwriter, Karima Francis hails from the seaside resort of Blackpool. Creating a captivating journey of her haunting music, Karima oozes with emotion in latest single “Shelf Life”. Karima’s career has found her playing on Later… With Jools Holland and has even supported the likes of Paul Simon, Amy Winehouse and The… Continue reading Karima Francis – Shelf Life (Review)

2019 EPs

The Elephant Trees – Monachopsis (Review)

The Elephant Trees have been known as the underdogs formed in 2016. Completely doing their own thing, they return with their most ambitious project to date. Titled “Monachopsis”, the debut EP from the Manchester based duo represents life-experiences mixed with an experimental alternative indie pop sound. With no genre boundaries or right or wrongs, the… Continue reading The Elephant Trees – Monachopsis (Review)

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)