Wavewulf brings listener’s to infinity and beyond with latest release ‘Space Art and Angels’

Ellen Oakley Encompassing topics of discovery, the cosmos and the human condition, Wavewulf presents a true musical journey into space with his album ‘Space Art and Angels’ available for listener’s everywhere to buckle up and explore the realms of electronic music seemingly outside of reality. The sixteen-track album is brimming with life, managing to feel […]

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 […]

LearningToDive is ready to revive the alternative 80’s with debut album ‘Norwegian Pop’

Atmospheric and raw, ‘Norwegian Pop’ is a mash-up of all things post-punk and new wave with splashes of new romantics. With multiple tracks of power, synth and style overflowing with social commentary, the album is a boiling pot of alternative 80’s sounds elevated for a modern audience. The album opens with ‘I Stand On An […]

Simon speaks on ethereal new album in wake of Collins’ tabloid drama

Most know the name Phil Collins from his solo work or his career performing with prog-rock band Genesis. However, some may not be aware of his son Simon Collins who has been pursuing his own career in music since 1999 with the release of his debut album ‘All of Who You Are’. With defamatory headlines […]

Listen Up! The Greek Electronic-Classical Composer Who Never Learnt to Read Music

Apostolos Angelis has learnt what he calls the ‘universal language’ of music through the most organic way possible: listening. Ever since he dusted off the old vinyl and cassettes that he found in his childhood home, Apostolos has found himself inspired by the classical composers and the treasured electronic tracks of the 70s and 80s. […]

Dr Heronimus Fin Prescribes Regular Doses of Heavy Rock. Britain’s Legendarily Collectible Band Return

Exploring concepts close to the heart often treat us to an experience saturated with colourful emotion. The fourth studio album from underground prog outfit Heronimus Fin, entitled ‘The Pharmacist’ is another performance by them that is anchored by heavily thematic lyrical content. This tale on offer is a loose parallel to the personal experiences of […]

‘A Light From The Other Side’ by Lisa Richards

Australian singer-songwriter, Lisa Richards released her new album, A Light From The Other Side, on 17th April – a record that looks introspectively into Lisa’s life and experiences. Normally when you listen to new music, you can instantly place it into a genre-defining box, but this simply isn’t the case with Lisa Richards. It’s not unusual […]

Acclaimed conductor Kristjan Järvi releases two albums ‘WAGNER /// THE RING – An Orchestral Adventure’ & ‘DUET’ + Tour

Album: WAGNER /// THE RING – An Orchestral Adventure Orchestra: Baltic Sea Harmonic Conductor: Kristjan Järvi Kristjan Järvi is set to release his next Sound Project album that sees him conducting his own might interpretation of Wagner’s ‘Ring – An Orchestral Adventure’ with the Baltic Sea Philharmonic orchestra. The album takes it’s a listener’s on […]

Carina Round release beautiful new album ‘Deranged to Divine’.

  One of the UK’s most enigmatic songstresses and extraordinary performers, Carina, originally from Wolverhampton but now living in California showcases her work beautifully on  ‘Deranged to Divine’. The album is a collection of her material spanning from 2001-2015 and features music taken from her critically acclaimed albums ‘The First Bloody Mystery’, ‘The Disconnection’, ‘Slow […]

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