2019 Singles

We Three Kings – Gasoline (Review)

We Three Kings situate themselves in good old fashioned rock’n’roll. Based in Manchester, the trio blend a charismatic force of blues-rock into their songwriting. Riff-driven and heavy in their own right, the sit perfectly on a playlist alongside Royal Blood, Queens of the Stone Age, Rival Sons and The White Stripes to name a few.… Continue reading We Three Kings – Gasoline (Review)

2019 Singles

Micky James – Crybaby (Review)

New York’s glam rockstar Micky James returns with his second single of the year entitled “Crybaby”. Drawing influences from Brit-Rock legends David Bowie, The Clash and The Rolling Stones, the glam artist grits his way through the music industry with a pop style based at it’s core. With his main priority to create music that’s… Continue reading Micky James – Crybaby (Review)

2019 Singles

DELANILA – Time Slips Away (Review)

New experimental rock project DELANILA aka Danielle Schwob draws attention to the world’s technology side in debut track “Time Slips Away”. Demonstrating society’s obsession with talking through screens and not to actual faces, the sinister presence is frightening purely because the message is true. Bringing you up to speed, Danielle has built a successful reputation… Continue reading DELANILA – Time Slips Away (Review)

2019 Singles

Beth Hart – Bad Woman Blues (Review)

Grammy-nominated vocal powerhouse Beth Hart is set to release her brand new studio album 'War In My Mind' on September 27th via Provouge. To keep our minds busy until the release, Beth Hart’s released the brand new video for latest single ‘Bad Woman Blues’. Produced by Rob Cavallo (Green Day, My Chemical Romance, Dave Matthews… Continue reading Beth Hart – Bad Woman Blues (Review)

2019 Singles

Surge – Colours (Review)

It’s been two months since Surge released their latest single “Colours” and it’s already received wide recognition from their fans all around the country. Comprising of George King (vocals/guitar), Alan Jones (guitar), Will Smith (bass/synth) and Billy Fenton (drums), the quartet bring a wide range of shades of indie through their music. Melodically wonderful, the… Continue reading Surge – Colours (Review)

2019 Singles

Francis – Fade Away (Review)

Consisting of singer-songwriter Alex Wesley and an ever changing collection of musicians that create the music, Francis is a Milton Keynes based collective. Born in Milton Keynes, Alex began playing music at the age of 4 with learning the piano before comfortable landing on the guitar as well. Influences include Foo Fighters and Coldplay, “Fade… Continue reading Francis – Fade Away (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

Colour of the Jungle – Steel Tray (Review)

UK garage rock outfit Colour of the Jungle return with the highly anticipated ‘Steel Tray’. Captivating songwriting and a high level of energy, the quintet bring a raw yet polished sound to the atmosphere. Being the first single since heir debut EP The Jungle Book, the track narrates pushing through the hard times when feeling… Continue reading Colour of the Jungle – Steel Tray (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums, 2018 Singles

for KING & COUNTRY – joy. (Review)

Grammy nominees for KING & COUNTRY are really causing quite a stir with pop infused rock single “joy”. Taken off their third studio album 'Burn the Ships', the Australian but Nashville based siblings are enjoying the well deserved limelight. Premiering last month of Good Morning Sunday, it’s safe to say that the band’s UK following… Continue reading for KING & COUNTRY – joy. (Review)