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Jordan Dean’s New EP ‘Local’ is a Benchmark for UK Indie

Although growing up in Cleveland, Ohio, Jordan Dean has always been passionate about British musical heroes. Drawing inspiration from artists such as Jamie T, The Kooks, and Arctic Monkeys – Jordan Dean wishes to follow in their footsteps from across… Continue Reading →

Extremely Talented Musician and Producer George Bloomfield Announces Debut EP ‘Why Didn’t You?’

Leeds-based songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist: George Bloomfield has announced the release of his debut EP ‘Why Didn’t You?’. Having already hypnotised us with his two previous releases ‘Twelfth’ and ‘Push Back the Sun’, George has four new tracks on the… Continue Reading →

All Heart Singer Songwriter Barry Noakes’ Due to Release Debut Album ‘A New Dawn’

Glasgow-based singer songwriter Barry Noakes is releasing his new album ‘A New Dawn’ on 1st May, perfect timing to set us up for our summer of freedom… (Fingers crossed!) Barry Noakes is a multi-instrumentalist, proficient in violin, viola, piano, and guitar –… Continue Reading →

Jade Moss is barking up the RIGHT tree with new neo-vintage single ‘Hey Babe’

Fashionista entrepreneur Jade Moss has already taken over the world of fashion and textiles and is now doing the same with her music. With a unique persona full of nostalgia, glamour and attitude, Jade Moss’ new single ‘Hey Babe’ is fabulously showing us that she is… Continue Reading →

der Mist – taking lockdown In their stride

Glasgow based der Mist, comprised of multi-instrumentalists Craig McKissick and Ali Whitty, have been busy this lockdown, making the most of limited distractions, creating lots of new music for us lucky listeners. Dedicated to making music designed to stand the… Continue Reading →

Multi-talented Rapper J Carlyle’s New Single ‘Intruder Alert’

J Carlyle new single ‘Intruder Alert‘ is a unification of many different genres – including reggae – and takes a creative view on the feeling of being pestered over social media. “Absolute banger!” – BBC Introducing Multi-faceted rapper and poet, J… Continue Reading →

Raw Soul Express roll back the years and tackle modern societal issues in ‘Fate Of The World’

Soul stalwarts Raw Soul Express have exemplified their timeless ability in new single ‘Fate Of The World’. The latest track, released 45 years after the band’s first album, is an amalgamation of funky baselines, jazzy flashes of sax, neat finger-picked… Continue Reading →

Urban UK rap newcomer Saint releases established EP ‘Lucid’

Having dropped his debut EP ‘Lucid’ at the end of January, Saint has been making waves in the notoriously difficult UK rap scene. The genre has grown massively in the past decade and remains a relatively new addition to the… Continue Reading →

In Signs mix genres in no-holds-barred rock anthem ‘Knock Knock’

Hailing from Kyiv, Ukrainian trio In Signs are leading the pack in the European rock scene. ‘Knock Knock’ is the latest arrow to In Signs’ bow of slow building, pop-rock crescendos. Like their top hit on Spotify ‘Blood For Blood’,… Continue Reading →

Nia John and Wolf Storm’s Total Eclipse Of The Heart

Led by Nia John, Wolf Storm were founded in 2019 in South Wales and have established themselves as one of the country’s top covers bands. Although thriving mostly as live musicians, Nia has been creative and has kept recording her… Continue Reading →

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