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 […]

90’s Alt Rock is alive and thriving with Kavanagh’s upcoming single ‘Citizen 202’

Ellen Oakley Dropping March 26th, ‘Citizen 202’ is dark, driven and emulates an aura cultivated in 90’s alt-rock in a refreshingly modern way. With themes of angst and alienation, Kavanagh has a slick presentation backed with distortion and scale that reaches far outside the track’s short playtime to create a microcosm of emotion strangely appropriate […]

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 […]

Jordan Dean brings his unapologetic indie stylings to the UK with his new EP ‘Local’

Hailing from Cleveland, Ohio Jordan Dean is set to grace the UK with his indie-pop sound March 12th with his upcoming EP ‘Local’. With an authentically raw sound and lyrics that offer a real slice of life feel, ‘Local’ is a modern take on the indie-pop that dominated the charts in the 2000s and gives […]

Get ready to rediscover the meaning of music with Araya’s new album ‘Atlas’

Surreal and atmospheric, ‘Atlas’ is a refreshing journey through self-discovery, artistry and real vocal ability. Regardless of your music preferences, Araya’s voice transcends favouritism and while he delivers a spine-tingling performance on each track, demonstrating a true talent. The 14 track album is a stylistic reflection on the artist and all components that make up […]

Greer Baxter will tug at your heart strings with her newest alternative pop single ‘Sleeping on the Couch’

By combining introspective lyrics and alt-pop power, Greer Baxter perfectly encapsulates the turmoil of relationships with this melancholy tale. Calling on songwriting inspired by the likes of Alanis Morisette and her background in poetry, Baxter explores a personal and intimate situation in a way that can relate to many, by inviting listeners into an environment […]

Media Frenzy For Determined Dad

Richard Stevens, made redundant from his work last summer, has now found himself with a brand-new job, thanks to his son Oscar’s assistance. Oscar wrote and sent a song to employers asking them to look beyond CVs when recruiting, and to look at the person behind the paper. ‘Paper Me’, authored by Oscar and performed […]

Future Fires release their next single in hot anticipation of their forthcoming album

If, like us, you can’t wait until December 2020, partly because the world may well have turned back to some sort of normality by then, but mainly because that is when Future Fires’ new album is due, then you’re in for a treat with their new single, ‘Halfway Down’.  Birmingham’s Future Fires is the self-styled […]

TOP TEN NEW ARTISTS TO KEEP AN EYE ON DURING LOCK-DOWN!

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 […]

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