Yung HeartBreaker – “Gang” ft. Trxp Rozeyy jolts electricity from the jump!
On his album ‘Speak Of The Devil’, I feel like Yung HeartBreaker has become really comfortable with who he is as a songwriter and artist. The past year showed immense growth for the 19-year-... Read more
The Used Notes – “Quiet Revolution” – tight musicianship, perfect production and fully engaged vocals!
In an age of endless segues, guest spots from your favorite rapper and interminable filler swelling running times, there is something to be said for a track that breezes in, beguiles you and... Read more
T Capo – ‘Londono Lietuvis’ shows the inner craft of a true artist
T Capo is an artist, singer, and songwriter originating from Daugai, Lithuania, and now based in London, England. Starting at the age of twelve, T Capo has developed and rebranded his style... Read more
A Pocket Full of Wonder – “People and Places” – synonymous with super-quality songwriting, singing and production
A Pocket Full of Wonder is the project name for a singer-songwriter from the Kent, England. He has been writing music for around 10 years, and enjoys creating within different genres and dif... Read more
T Capo – “I Don’t Need You” proves there is power in showcasing your truths
Based in London, England, T Capo is an artist, singer, and songwriter originating from Daugai, Lithuania. The artist, who started working on his craft from the age of twelve, seeks to create... Read more
Without Past – “Alkaline Hydrolysis” – The driving pulse here is furiously convulsive!
Melodic death metal band, Without Past is absolutely incredible. I can’t believe how much ass this music actually kicks. It blows most American Metal music out of the water. This could... Read more
Neave Zaria’s ‘Never The Same’ Is Evocative Of The Golden Era Of Jazz & Blues
Neave Zaria’s latest track ‘Never The Same’ is a soft yet impassioned exploration of our deepest infatuations and frustrations. The composition is steady but energetic, and the jazz spirit c... Read more
Marvin Bloc – “Stimulus” radiates an intense feeling of nostalgia!
Marvin Bloc is a self-taught electronic music producer from Staffordshire, England. Due to limited funds, Marvin, for many years only had access to a popular DAW and a handful of soft synths... Read more
The Waft: “Indeed” – biting force and personal introspection!
The Waft is a one-man-masquerading-as-a-band indie rock project out of Kent, England. The one man is actually an impatient 20-something multi-instrumentalist who came off the dance scene wit... Read more
Beach House Horror: “A Moment of Anger Followed By A Moment Of Silence” – stunningly elegant!
“A Moment of Anger Followed By A Moment Of Silence” is the debut EP from Beach House Horror, recorded during the summer of 2016. The project is the creation of Jack Elliott-Clack... Read more
Fingermouse & Rubberneck: “Samsquantch” – the stereophonic equivalent of a blues-dripping psychedelic rainbow
Cambridge, England-based duo Fingermouse & Rubberneck are set to release their first ever EP stateside on September 2nd, 2016 via the newly formed Invisible Milk Records. Fingermouse and... Read more
Mark Johnes: “Static Change” – lyrically deep and infectiously beautiful music at the same time
London-based Mark Johnes was raised by a radio DJ father in Harare, Zimbabwe, where he grew up under a pile of 70s soul records that eventually influenced him to make the blend of Hip-hop, S... Read more
Interview: End Of Empire – a project by singer-songwriter Chris Bromage
End Of Empire is a project by singer-songwriter Chris Bromage. Chris, who lives in the Canadian desert close to Vancouver, and is originally from Leeds in the North of England. End Of Empire... Read more
The Crooked Kings: “The Lanes” is a searingly vibrant wall of sound!
The curtain rises and then falls away, and an enveloping electric guitar, drums and a searingly vibrant wall of sound forms a crescendo of sorts before your very ears. This is the start of “... Read more
Valentina: “96 Bars of Reality”- a perfectly patterned and completely poetic delivery!
Hip Hop is and has been in a state of decline for many years now. It seems that emcees all want to sound the same and spit about the exactly the same things. Strong hip hop communities had B... Read more