Posts by eleanorpettipher

LP Review: Kinnship & Pablo Nouvelle – Stones & Geysers

English multi-instrumentalist Kinnship and Swiss producer Pablo Nouvelle have collaborated on their debut LP Stones & Geysers. It’s a masterful “electronic folk” offering by a

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Single Review: Daddy Squad – My Magic Number

Andrew Armstrong, one half of the now disbanded electro-pop duo Monarchy, has released his new single My Magic Number. Armstrong’s new

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Single Review: Aisha Badru – The Way Back Home

US singer-songwriter Aisha Badru has returned with her beautiful new single, The Way Back Home. The Way Back Home opens with plucky

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EP Review: Kean Farrar – Suite Bittersweet

Berlin-born alternative RnB artist Kean Farrar has released his debut EP Suite Bittersweet. The EP follows in the wake of the

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Single Review: Dakota Jones – I Did It To Myself

New York City four-piece Dakota Jones have released their new single I Did It To Myself. The track is taken from their forthcoming

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Single Review: Joy Denalane – The Show

German singer-songwriter Joy Denalane has released her new single The Show. Known for a sound that combines soul, RnB and African Folk music, Denalane’s new

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Single Review: FYA FOX – Sunset

FYA FOX is Ireland’s newest alt-pop queen and is hotly tipped for big things. Today she releases her third single,

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Single Review: Dark Tropics – Keep Searching

Irish pop noir two-piece Dark Tropics return with their new single Keep Searching. The soulful track follows debut single Badlands and the follow-up Moroccan Sun. 

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EP Review: Hymns – Reset

London-based alternative rock band Hymns have just released their new EP Reset, which demonstrates what the four-piece do best: producing anthemic, ethereal

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Single Review: Cosmic Crooner – Deep Down in Jazz

Amsterdam-based singer-songwriter Cosmic Crooner has just released his debut single Deep Down in Jazz. Inspired by the likes of Lou Reed

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