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 […]

Judith Haustein oozes class and style in her latest release ‘Freeze’

Ellen Oakley German musician, producer and composer Judith Haustein offers a blend of smooth crooning vocals and swoon-worthy melodies with her new single ‘Freeze’. Complimented with a starkly modern vocal feature near the end (MC BNZ) that carries the trip-hop vibe, the track is fun from beginning to end, overflowing with charm and swing energy […]

Billy Mick is unapologetically himself in his latest single ‘The Tourist’

Leaving the bright lights and childhood whimsy of Disney World for the streets of Manchester, Billy Mick explores the themes of acceptance, individuality and self with an uplifting instrumental and effervescent flair. Inspired by Mick’s attendance at 2018’s Manchester Pride, the song takes on anthemic qualities that drive home the feelings of unity experienced by […]

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 […]

Franki Pineapple crushes with her anti-establishment anthem ‘F**k It Man’

  A rebel anthem that’s catchy as hell and full of expletives, Frank Pineapple has created a single that encourages you to scream the lyrics at the top of your lungs and no longer care about the chains of monotonous everyday life. Guitar heavy with an intoxicating use of electronic components, ‘Fuck it Man’ is […]

Chris Andreucci is bringing country to the highlands with his new EP ‘What Don’t Kill You’

Italo-Scot Chris Andreucci may have had some of his plans postponed due to COVID-19 but his latest EP release ‘What Don’t Kill You’ demonstrates how he is more than ready to take the world by storm with his classic country musicality and honey-coated voice. Each track flawlessly blends known genre nuances with a modern feel, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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