Building a reputation for her intricate storytelling, London singer Rebecca Raw has shared her new song ‘Connection’, taken from her upcoming EP ‘Deep Within’. Cinematic in production, the song finds Rebecca Raw singing of craving those special moments from a loved one. Delivering beautiful vocals that are soul touching, Raw’s irrefutable talent is ready to shine for the world to see.
After recently sharing her debut single ‘Demon’, London singer Aniya now unveils the video for the track. The dark visuals features Aniya and a dancer fighting themselves as various words such as pain and doubt are written across their bodies. In a press statement regarding the video, Aniya wrote: “I wanted to show the constant battle people face when having these self-doubting and destructive thoughts, and the impact it can have on someone. You can’t numb the demon, but you can learn Read more […]
It’s been two years since Mercury-nominated artist Ghostpoet released his critically acclaimed album ‘Shedding Skin’. Having consistently taken his sound in various directions, the magical question was, where would Ghostpoet sonically venture with a new release? His new single ‘Immigrant Boogie’ finds the South London native treading the waters of darker, post-punk-driven production. Touching on the delicate topic of men and women crossing borders for a better life, the haunting soundscape provides the perfect backing for Ghostpoet’s narrative which coincides brilliantly with the current political climate.
Dealing with the subject of the end of all mankind isn’t necessarily the first topic of conversation at the dinner table. However, in their latest single ‘Dust’, CHILDCARE’s take on the gloomy issue for some reason has a positive side. If you never achieve certain goals in life such as bring wealthy, physically looking a certain way or what have you, the London band’s message is, have no fear, soon will reach their demise. Whilst on the surface it doesn’t appear to be the most optimistic, the stripped back indie cut sways with an undeniable groove that almost makes you look forward to the coming occurrence.
London vocalist Cherée follows-up her silky track ‘I Will Be There’ with a future forward splash of electronica and soul entitled ‘For Me’. Bouncy drums, a deep shifting bass line and lightly spread synths are the back palette as Cherée’s soulful voice guides the track like a Captain comfortably controlling a ship through the night. Her best song yet, ‘For Me’ is peppy and insanely melodic treat from the rising star. Touching on the track Cherée wrote: “‘For Me’ was about me trusting Read more […]
Last year, London duo Fang Night released their ‘Artificial’ EP, a great selection of ear-grabbing electronic pop. Returning with a number of tracks coming down the pipeline in 2017, the pair have now shared their latest cut entitled ‘Steady Cruising’. Produced by Oli Bayston of Boxed In, the head-nodding tune is driven by husky synths, tropical drum patterns and slick pop melodies. It looks as if 2017 will be an excellent year from music from the North London band. Have a listen.
Last Thursday (9th April) hundreds of art lovers descended on Unit 5 Gallery for the opening night of the hotly anticipated debut U.K solo exhibition from Brazilian artist, Alex Senna The show runs until 23rd of April and features 15 new canvases, 23 mini sculptures and two limited edition screen prints, showcasing the artists’ endless imagination, boundless dedication and incredible skill. https://www.unit5gallery.co.uk/ Unit 5 Gallery The Yard, Yorkton St London E2 8NH Read more […]
London-based trio Husky Loops bring forth the visuals for their song ‘Tempo’. Definitely one of the more interesting videos floating about, clips of people in disarray as they battle the hands of time is the focus. Whilst there is definitely a strong sense of fear happening, eventually each person breaks from the awkward position in their flats, running into the street. The video is directed by Tom Ringsby and Husky Loops member Pietro. Have a look. Read more […]
Anyone with remotely any amount of hearing would know that Scottish artist emaé’s voice is as soulful as they come. Having racked up a number of accolades from the media between the UK and America, the songstress has unveiled the official video for her single ‘Better’. Directed by Joe Almond, emaé performs the song whilst playing the piano in an intimate setting. ‘Better’ is taken from her forthcoming debut LP, scheduled to land this year. Have a look. Read more […]
London’s Aniya steps up with her debut track entitled ‘Demon’. Delivering an etching of dark pop, the smokey and nocturnal production lavishly compliments Aniya’s commanding vocals as the track progresses into cinematic heights. Proving that she is more than ready to step into the limelight, Aniya is a force to reckon with. Touching on the single, Aniya wrote: “Demon’ is your destructive alter-ego which at every turn tries to show its ugly face… It’s a horrible thing, a constant voice Read more […]