2019 Singles

Natalie Shay – People Like Me (Review)

London based Natalie Shay has dropped her most infectious track to date! “People Like Me” brings nostalgic 80’s vibes to the table and tells the story of how social media can act like a mask, bringing a rose tinted frame to what’s actually going behind closed doors. It also implicates the story of challenges that… Continue reading Natalie Shay – People Like Me (Review)

2019 Singles

Intaya – Guaguancó (Review)

Introducing Intaya. Consisting of two members, Venezuelan born Pao Pestana meets London’s Dom Martin to create an identifiable sound. Here with their debut single “Guaguancó”, this is an artist who’s career will blossom into a beautiful rose quickly. Sticking to her roots, there’s a refreshing London vibe to the debut track. Co produced by Oli… Continue reading Intaya – Guaguancó (Review)

2019 Singles

krissy – Light (Review)

Recently featured artist on MoggBlog, krissy returns in a complete new ‘Light’. Fitting more around a mainstream sound, the new track is a departure from Sweet Boy straight to the charts. Dropped July 19th, the ever changing sound of krissy can brighten up anyone’s day with her angelic vocals that summit the air with great… Continue reading krissy – Light (Review)

2019 Singles

Cooper Phillip – Low Key (Review)

Released back at the end of May, Cooper Phillip has dropped the music video for “Low Key”. Russian born, LA based, the songwriter captures an intense soundscape through her exceptional vocal range. With highly anticipate upcoming release “Speak In Tongues” coming up very soon, the music video compliments Cooper and her music perfectly. Starring Netflix… Continue reading Cooper Phillip – Low Key (Review)

2019 Singles

Drop Down Smiling – Profiles (Review)

Based in the West Midlands, Drop Down Smiling are a quartet situating within the alternative rock genre. Basing their music around the rock core, they have an element of electronica through synthesisers in latest single “Profiles”. With the feeling that this track is about the depths of social media and how people can hide behind… Continue reading Drop Down Smiling – Profiles (Review)

2019 Singles

Zeke Finn – What You Need (Review)

Los Angeles based Zeke Finn returns with his first release in 2 years. Released June 21st via Brilliance Records, the repetitive "What You Need" has been stirring a whole lot of success for Zeke. Featuring producer Jack Kennedy, the summer feel good hit explores a heated spectrum of charismatic indie pop. Think Foster the People… Continue reading Zeke Finn – What You Need (Review)

2019 Singles

Stay Lunar – Brainshake (Review)

Stay Lunar are a indie pop quintet from Swindon. Formed in 2018, the band may have not been together for long, but their debut single “Brainshake” is proving that they’re here for the long run. Starting as a solo bedroom project from lead singer songwriter Harry Leigh, the 4 others soon came to promise and… Continue reading Stay Lunar – Brainshake (Review)

2019 Singles

Dear Monday – Somebody (Review)

Newly formed pop rock band Dear Monday are based in Cambridge. Vocalist Jamie Wiltshire isn’t a stranger to MoggBlog as his other Alternative band Standing Like Statues received a feature not long ago. With a refreshing sound, Dear Monday are here to show that they’re here to stay. For a debut single, ‘Somebody’ compliments the… Continue reading Dear Monday – Somebody (Review)

2019 Singles

Raised on TV – Soul on Fire (Review)

Los Angeles based alt rock outfit Raised on TV are back with new single “Soul on Fire”. Comprised of two brothers and their high school friend, the trio fuse a high level of melodic rock with an indie-esque nature. Narrating the feeling of rediscovering one’s self in the middle of the digital age, there's a… Continue reading Raised on TV – Soul on Fire (Review)

2019 Singles

Good Foxy – Into Tomorrow (Review)

Getting recognition over radio and from their live shows, Good Foxy are stepping “Into Tomorrow” with the infectious, psychedelic number. Their music takes inspiration from artists such as Tame Impala, The Doors and Unknown Mortal Orchestra to name a few. Known for their versatile gigs of acoustic shows and electric sets, they’ve played festivals such… Continue reading Good Foxy – Into Tomorrow (Review)