Killing Kenny’s reimagining of Soft Cell and Bruce Springsteen on ‘Exactly Different’ should be at the top of your covers playlist

Ellen Oakley Covers can be a tricky thing. Artists can trip up by straying too far from the original content, or on the other end of the spectrum, they can go too far and leave the magic of the originator and replace it with something new but not necessarily elevated. Whenever covers are featured on […]

The reimagining of Berlin, a staple of the 1980s, will take your breath away as they return with ‘Strings Attached’

Take my breath away may have been released nearly forty years ago, but Berlin show that they can reinvent their classics for a completely new experience with their recent release of ‘Strings Attached‘. Various tracks from throughout their career are brought back to life with the inclusion of a full philharmonic orchestra, not only making […]


Welcome to the Music New Today Spotify playlist, where we will be keeping you entertained with the latest music from up and coming artists! We start our playlist with a top ten roundup of artists we think you should be keeping an eye on while in lock-down. Now is the time to discover new passions […]

Hey Look Ma, Panic! At The Disco’s brand new album Pray for the Wicked

When Pete Wentz was quoted describing Pray for the Wicked as ‘Death of a Bachelor on steroids’, I personally worried we would end up with either cutting room floor songs or a recycled album. However, ‘Say Amen (Saturday Night)’ floored me and gave some understanding into exactly what ‘Death of a Bachelor on steroids’ means. […]

Saint Mars are continuing their fight against bullying with beautiful music video for ‘Somewhere Somebody’

Some messages can just never be said enough, issues that can never have too much awareness. One of these issues is something we have all felt in some capacity: bullying. In the playground, the workplace, children and adults are all vulnerable to the cruelty that can be inflicted by others. One of the main problems […]

The Decemberists, I’ll Be Your Girl, review

The 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s have combined with mythical synths to create The Decemberists eighth studio album, I’ll Be Your Girl. Three years in the making since their last release, What a Terrible World, What A Beautiful World, the indie rock band have stepped away from their story telling roots to take a more […]

Wisdom and youth combine in Saint Mars’ bully battling single ‘Somewhere Somebody’

No two lives are the same with experiences shaping us as the individuals we will grow up to be. No two pains are the same but the empathy we embody allows us to form a connection with fellow beings through similar experiences. Whilst each experience is specific to us as individuals, at some point in […]

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