2019 Singles

IRIS – Wait (Review)

Previously featured artist on MoggBlog, IRIS is back with the infectious “Wait”. After the huge success of her first single “Crazy”, IRIS visits a love song for the summer ahead. Still channelling her pop essence, the New Jersey artist pens her songwriting with a rollercoaster of emotions. At MoggBlog, we already know that IRIS is one… Continue reading IRIS – Wait (Review)

2018 Singles

Bridesmen – The Overwhelm (Review)

Kenton Chen aka Bridesmen is an R&B singer songwriter based in Los Angeles. Encouraging others to believe in what they choose to believe in, Chen’s message within his music is utterly mesmerising. Known for his work with Postmodern Jukebox, Scary Pockets and NBC’s Sing-Off, Bridesmen sees Chen in his natural habitat. “The Overwhelm” was released… Continue reading Bridesmen – The Overwhelm (Review)

2019 Singles

Adaline – Part of You (Review)

Canadian born now LA based Adaline returns with the exceptional alt-pop number “Part of You”. Dropped today worldwide, the new single takes a romantic leap towards being a part of someone and having one another soul’s connected. The way that Adaline portrays this within the track is breathtaking. It’s no surprise that Adaline’s previous work… Continue reading Adaline – Part of You (Review)

2019 Singles

VICTORS – I’ve Been Missing You (Review)

Based in Leeds, VICTORS return with the captivating “I’ve Been Missing You”. Landing on June 7th, the single has been causing quite a stir online and has already hit 10,000 streams online. Featuring up and coming artists Pippa, the indie pop number is one to make you become a fan in no time.  "I’ve Been Missing… Continue reading VICTORS – I’ve Been Missing You (Review)

2019 Singles

The Singslayer – Bend the Knee (Review)

Cameron Dietz is here with his debut single “Bend the Knee”. Known as The Singslayer, the debut track is inspired by Game of Thrones but with an R&B twist to it’s aura. Coated with the fear and regret of losing someone special, if future releases are anything like this number, it’s looking to be a… Continue reading The Singslayer – Bend the Knee (Review)

2019 Singles

BK Andersen – Sinking Canoe (Review)

Danish artist BK Andersen currently resides in Berlin. Here with his first release of 2019, he returns with the soulful ballad “Sinking Canoe”. With a subtle nod towards soul acts Tom Misch and Jordan Rakei, BK has a vibe that mixes those two with Hozier’s tone. It holds a warming glow from the start straight… Continue reading BK Andersen – Sinking Canoe (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)

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

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

Monti – Shadow (Review)

Los Angeles based singer songwriter Lauren Silva ‘Monti’ empowers our generation with the most humble lyrical intake that you’ll hear for some time to come. After a rough upbringing, her defeated past has shaped her to create tracks that are relatable and heartbreaking. Here with “Shadow” (which is took off her debut EP “This Is… Continue reading Monti – Shadow (Review)