2019 Singles

Molars – Ducking Punches (Review)

Nottingham based trio Molars identify their sound as midwest emo. Starting the year off right, the band are back with new single “Ducking Punches”. 2018 saw the release of their exhilarating debut EP “Tight, But Not Groundbreaking” which has caused quite a stir in the pop-punk world. Their latest single features a more melodic take on… Continue reading Molars – Ducking Punches (Review)

2019 Singles

T8PES ft. Holly Fitzgerald – Hope & Pray (Review)

Back with his first release of 2019 is the Birmingham based artist T8PES. Joining his on this collab track is local singer songwriter Holly Fitzgerald. Drawing influence from recent politics, T8PES has made “Hope & Pray” relatable for listeners all around the world. Taking inspiration in the lyrics, from 70’s bands such as the Sex… Continue reading T8PES ft. Holly Fitzgerald – Hope & Pray (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Fiona Grey – Girls Like Me (Review)

Originally from Chicago, Fiona Grey, now Los Angeles based songwriter, has a real raw talent. Showcasing some of the best soulful vocals I’ve heard in a long time, the melodies of latest single “Girls Like Me” is really something quite special. Taken off the “Cult Classic” EP which was released back in September, 'Girls Like… Continue reading Fiona Grey – Girls Like Me (Review)

2019 Singles

Papaphone ft Poppy Fardell – Through the Fields of Wheat (Review)

Singer songwriter, Russell Perkins who goes under the stage name of Papaphone compliments the acoustic world perfectly. With appearing on Talk Sport & playing at festivals such as Glastonbury, it’s always great to hear artists getting the recognition that they deserve. Believing that music should be about feelings and beliefs instead of what you look… Continue reading Papaphone ft Poppy Fardell – Through the Fields of Wheat (Review)

2019 Singles, Introducing

Introducing: Chay Snowdon

Making your mark on the independent music scene is always a tricky process. It seems that it hasn’t been that hard for Chay Snowdon. The Bristol based indie/pop outfit knows exactly how to get a crowd going. With two uk tours completed, support slots for The Sherlocks, JUDAS and Glass Caves, to name a few,… Continue reading Introducing: Chay Snowdon

2019 Albums

Maggie Rogers – Heard It In A Past Life (Review)

After finding long-awaited fame from a viral video of Pharrell Williams listening to her debut track “Alaska”, Maggie Rogers dropped her debut album on Friday. "Heard It In A Past Life" features 5 tracks that have already been released as either promo’s or on her debut EP “Now That The Light is Fading.” With 7… Continue reading Maggie Rogers – Heard It In A Past Life (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

The Creature Appeal – You Shouldn’t, But I Know You Probably Will (Review)

Local indie band, The Creature Appeal, from Birmingham released their debut EP in October 2018 which has already had quite a lot of streams on Spotify as well as their debut single having over 6,000 streams alone. They've been played on BBC Introducing a fair few times too. Implying that they hope to release new tunes… Continue reading The Creature Appeal – You Shouldn’t, But I Know You Probably Will (Review)

2018 Singles

Future Fires – Keep A Secret (Review)

Four-piece indie rock band from Birmingham, Future Fires are full of energy and are ready for anything. Formed in 2017 and serving a wide range of shows across the country, they released their latest single “Keep A Secret” back in October. With drawing influences from The Editors, The Subways and The Killers to name a… Continue reading Future Fires – Keep A Secret (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

PaperWolf – Talk About It (Review)

It’s safe to say that the indie rock scene at the moment is probably at the biggest it’s ever been. PaperWolf are here to just prove that even more. The power trio from the south of London already have quite a good discography under their sleeves. The new EP “Talk About It” is a collage of… Continue reading PaperWolf – Talk About It (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Alarm the Captain – I Know You’ll Get Hurt (Review)

I was so proud when I got this submission to review Alarm the Captain’s album through my emails because they’re from Israel and found my blog, the power of the internet is extraordinary. The band formed in 2014 and have been trying to get a good following around the world. The band are hoping to relocate… Continue reading Alarm the Captain – I Know You’ll Get Hurt (Review)