2019 Albums

Ash Walker – Aquamarine (Review)

London based multi-instrumentalist Ash Walker returns with his third career instalment, the enchanting album “Aquamarine”. Released July 19th via Night Times Stories, the tranquil nature of the album feels like you’re floating on a calm sea in a boat filled of happiness. With a back catalogue of strong contenders, the colourful new release keeps a… Continue reading Ash Walker – Aquamarine (Review)

2019 Singles

Samuel Jack – Feels Like Summer (Review)

Returning with the summer hit “Feels Like Summer”, Samuel Jack is here to set the summer on fire with this feel good track. It’s been a fantastic number of years for the artist with getting recognition at festivals such as Glastonbury and Secret Garden Party. With sharing stages with Passenger and Jack Savoretti, I’m really… Continue reading Samuel Jack – Feels Like Summer (Review)

2019 EPs

Johari Noelle – Things You Can’t Say Out Loud (Review)

Born in Chicago, singer songwriter Johari Noelle breathes honesty throughout her music discography. Brought up in the music industry with a musical dad, the songbird has a biting vocal range that will leave you breathless. In 2015, Noelle joined the series Chasing Destiny in which she was mentored by Kelly Rowland. Fast forward a few… Continue reading Johari Noelle – Things You Can’t Say Out Loud (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

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

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)

2019 Singles

Katey Brooks – All of Me (Review)

John Morgan Photography Katey Brooks is a songwriter that doesn’t stick to any rule book. Drawing comparison to the late, great Jeff Buckley, the songstress takes her experience with life and puts it into a song. Her life hasn’t been the usual type of life. After growing up inside a cult, Katey found comfort in… Continue reading Katey Brooks – All of Me (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Jorja Smith – Lost & Found (Review)

The 21-year-old from Walsall is on her way to a global status. Having already collaborated with artists such as Drake, Stormzy and Kendrick Lamar, her debut album contains her best work yet in my eyes and showcases her originality. Released back in June of this year and lasting only 45 minutes, this R&B album is filled with all the great… Continue reading Jorja Smith – Lost & Found (Review)

2015 Albums

The Sean Gaffney Band – The Story of How We Lose Control (Review)

Sean’s a musician from a little place called Bishops Castle in Shropshire. Sean’s soulful approach to his music screams out in his original compositions with his own band complimenting his work beautifully. With "The Story of How We Lose Control" being almost 3 years old in two weeks time, the debut solo album is beaming… Continue reading The Sean Gaffney Band – The Story of How We Lose Control (Review)