Music

EP Review: Aisha Badru – The Way Back Home

Today marks the release of US singer-songwriter Aisha Badru’s new EP The Way Back Home. The indie-folk artist delivers deep musings in

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EP Review: GARGALO – King of Dark Waters

GARGALO is the brainchild of singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Bruno G. Roth. Having performed in bands in Spain, the Spanish-Canadian

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Aderyn perks us up with ‘Scotty’

Indie-pop songstress Aderyn cheers us up to no end with her infectious new single ‘Scotty’, out now. Drawing on her

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ROE thrives on ‘Too Much For Anyone’

Rising indie-pop songstress ROE returns with another infectious new single to sooth your soul. ‘Too Much For Anyone’ is out

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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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Album Review: Jonny Wildey – Nitely

Written over the course of a three year period, Nitely is the debut album from London-based neo-soul artist Jonny Wildey.

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Single Review: Ren Lawton – Today Today Tomorrow

Today Today Tomorrow is the latest single release from North East-based singer songwriter Ren Lawton. The title track from his

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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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Single Review: GARGALO – Out Of Sync

GARGALO is a project by London-based Spanish-Canadian artist Bruno G. Roth. The multi-instrumentalist started writing and recording during the lockdown,

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