2019 Singles

Robert Randolph and the Family Band – Have Mercy (Review)

Here with probably the most uplifting track you’ll hear this month, this is Robert Randolph and the Family Band with "Have Mercy". To make an empowering number, you need to partner it with a moving video as well, and it’s safe to say this has been accomplished. Bringing you up to speed, the family band… Continue reading Robert Randolph and the Family Band – Have Mercy (Review)

2019 Singles

Elliot Lee – Upside Down (Review)

Based stateside in Brooklyn, Elliot Lee fuses an experimental approach to pop with an electronic based soundscape. With creating your own originality, I think it’s fair to say, we all are influenced by others to an extent. Musical influences for Elliot include Billie Eilish and Twenty One Pilots. Hear with her new single “Upside Down”,… Continue reading Elliot Lee – Upside Down (Review)

2019 Singles

Iris – Crazy (Review)

Released almost two months ago, Iris’ debut single “Crazy” has already been featured on Netflix productions. Hailing from New Jersey, Iris brings her honesty and purity into her music. As for an artist who’s career has only just begun, she’s already gaining a high level of recognition, which is truly deserved. Produced by Grammy Award… Continue reading Iris – Crazy (Review)

2019 Singles

LX Mason – Drink Me Goodbye (Review)

Electro Pop artist John Davis who goes under the stage name of LX Mason originally is from Florida but currently resides in Sydney. I think we all get to the stage where we get fed up with being walked over, LX states this perfectly within his music. Oozing with personality and charisma, there’s layers of… Continue reading LX Mason – Drink Me Goodbye (Review)

2018 Singles

Lauren Alex Hooper – Invisible (Review)

Brighton based 24 year old singer songwriter Lauren Alex Hooper has an ability to tell a story through her songs that are relatable and passionate. Bringing honesty and a pure caring nature to the table, she draws inspiration from fellow female songwriters Lauren Aquilina and Sara Bareilles. Coated with a catchy pop arrangement, her debut… Continue reading Lauren Alex Hooper – Invisible (Review)

2019 Singles

JOG – Driftwood (Review)

Released Friday 10th May via Sun Turtle Records, please welcome Gerald James aka JOG. Here with his debut EP ‘Driftwood’, the four track EP was recorded straight to tape by David McAulay (Mogwai, King Creosote), and mastered by Joseph Carra (King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard). From just saying those names in the same sentence,… Continue reading JOG – Driftwood (Review)

2019 Singles

Julius Cowdrey – Better Day (Review)

What’s better than a new release? Two new anticipated releases! Both new singles from Julius Cowdrey deal with his feelings of being let down by the ones he thought he could trust. You may also recognise Julius from the award winning show Made in Chelsea. Seemingly inspired by his EX, “Better Day” has a smooth,… Continue reading Julius Cowdrey – Better Day (Review)

2019 Singles

Baby Husband – What’s Wrong (Review)

Indie rock quintet Baby Husband draw influence from The XX and Wolf Alice. As a collective, the band haven’t been together for long. In the short amount of time, they’ve been an outfit, they’ve played many venues across London and even Scotland. Back with new single “What’s Wrong”, which was produced by Chris Kimsey (The… Continue reading Baby Husband – What’s Wrong (Review)

2019 Singles

Bryony Williams – Little Tree (Review)

If you follow the blog, you already know that Bryony Williams is one to watch. Not long ago, she released the heartbreak track “Silhouette”. Back with the empowering “Little Tree”, it’s fascinating to watch this songwriter blossom into the best version of herself.  Bathed in a shoegaze reverb, Bryony's vocals ride the song like the… Continue reading Bryony Williams – Little Tree (Review)

2019 Singles

Valencia James – Flames (Review)

Residing in Sydney, Australia but born stateside, Valencia James is a dark pop artist that layers her emotions delicately onto a plate. This new, fresh artist is one that will stop you in your tracks ready to watch her career blossom into a beautiful rose. Here with her debut single “Flames”, the powerful emotive track… Continue reading Valencia James – Flames (Review)