2019 Singles

Samuel Jack – In My Head (Review)

Emotive storyteller Samuel Jack returns with a powerful song that details the struggles on one’s mental health. With Samuel’s career blossoming with every release, he found himself performing at some of the world’s biggest festivals and even landing TV placements on Shameless and Nashville. As a different approach to previous single ‘Feels Like Summer’, ‘In… Continue reading Samuel Jack – In My Head (Review)

2019 Singles

Toby Charles – Rather Be (With You) (Review)

Worcester based singer-songwriter Toby Charles returns with latest single ‘Rather Be (With You)". Self-released October 11th, the track is the first release since his “Spaces in Between” EP, which came out back in February. Drawing influence from artists such as Ben Howard, Jeff Buckley and Arcade Fire, Toby’s overall sound is distinctive and isolates itself… Continue reading Toby Charles – Rather Be (With You) (Review)

2019 Singles

ARTGIRL – Get Down Let Down (Review)

Dropped October 10th, ARTGIRL released her debut single ‘Get Down Let Down’. Co-produced with Robbie Malone (David Gray), the track was also recorded and mixed by Stuart Gray (Ryan Sheridan, Asian) at Jealoustown Studios. Bringing you up to speed, ARTGIRL is an emerging Irish artist and producer creating a breathtaking blend of alternative music with… Continue reading ARTGIRL – Get Down Let Down (Review)

2019 Singles

Cloe Wilder – Save Me. (Review)

Previously heard on MoggBlog pop songwriter Cloe Wilder is back with her third single to date, ‘Save Me.’ Produced by Grammy-award winning Jayme David Silverstein, the emotive single blends a pop aura with a powerful soundscape of relatable lyrics. At the young age of 13, this songstress is confirming what everyone is talking about, how… Continue reading Cloe Wilder – Save Me. (Review)

2019 Singles

Deco – Too Much TV (Review)

Deco are influenced by the 80’s and continue to cement their status on the ever-growing indie pop movement. Released October 4th, their latest bop is titled “Too Much TV”. Co-written with BBC Radio 1 favourite Casey Lowry, the new single is another string to the duo’s ever-evolving bow. After a successful summer of touring all… Continue reading Deco – Too Much TV (Review)

2019 Singles

Gabriela Geneva – Sweeter (Review)

After relocating to Toronto in 2017, Gabriela Geneva evolves with every performance whether that being in songwriting or on stage. Developing a pure Pop/RnB sound, her signature sound streams with originality and honest lyrics. Her debut single ‘Sweeter’ illustrates a personal experience like no other. Co-written in LA with Matt Genovese (PRETTYMUCH, 4TH AVE) and… Continue reading Gabriela Geneva – Sweeter (Review)

2019 Singles

Lucy & La Mer – Discover (Review)

LA based indie project of singer-songwriter Lucy LaForge, Lucy & La Mer returns with her vibrant folk-pop number “Discover”. Known for creating a brightly coloured soundscape, the new track touches on themes of positivity and self-validation. Set to release an upcoming EP entitled “I Feel Better Now”, which includes “Blue Dress” and “Discover”, the EP… Continue reading Lucy & La Mer – Discover (Review)

2019 Singles

Beth Keeping – San Francisco (Review)

London based Beth Keeping channels her inner 'Taylor Swift meets Haim’ in the contagious “San Francisco”. Citing traditional country and modern pop as her key influential sound, Beth is a true storyteller who sticks to her goal. Speaking about real situations in her music, the honest lyrical approach in her songs are breathtaking. Beth is… Continue reading Beth Keeping – San Francisco (Review)

2019 Singles

Gorran – I Don’t Love You Anymore (Review)

London BRIT school graduate Gorran returns with the emotive ballad “I Don’t Love You Anymore”. Fusing elements of pop, R&B and hip-hop in his work, the latest single features a stripped back approach to the list of genres. Contemporary with subtle dark undertones, the soothing number resonates with audiences across the globe. Having seen success… Continue reading Gorran – I Don’t Love You Anymore (Review)