Dan Bettridge makes his return following his impressive single ‘Heavenly Father’, shared last month. His latest recording ‘Blame’ deals with the turmoil of a relationship whilst set to a moody and moving electronic backing bubbling with emotion. The song will be featured on Bettridge’s forthcoming debut LP landing in 2018. You can stream ‘Blame’ down at the bottom. Check it out. Read more […]
Photo by Jason Williamson Amy Milner musically first came to the public’s eye a few years back with her track ‘Have It All’. Dropping two additional cuts from then until now, she has returned with her new single ‘Light Of Day’, produced by none other than Aquilo. Dreamy as one would expect in terms of production, Milner’s tenderness in delivery really carries the track in the most beautiful manner. ‘Light Of Day’ is current out via Aesop. Have a listen. Read more […]
London’s Giovanna is a singer who is an exciting addition of artists to watch. Taking the sounds of pop and r&b but pushing it to glorious heights, her new single ‘Dream World’ is an ethereal cut that rumbles with militant drums yet provides a soothing contrast with silky synths and bluesy guitar riffs. Add Giovanna’s sultry voice into the mix and end result is an stunning and powerful recording. You can stream ‘Dream World’ below. Read more […]
North London-based band Desperate Journalist have shared their latest track ‘All Over’, which is the final single taken from their critically acclaimed LP ‘Grow Up’. The song comes ahead of their October 19th show at The Dome in London. They have also decided to give away the song for free on their website desperatejournalist.co.uk. Packed with a punch of post-punk with spiky pop melodies, ‘All Over’ is Desperate Journalist closing out their album run with a bang. Have a listen.
Bristol duo Meadowlark have shared a cover version of Francis and the Lights’ ‘May I Have This Dance’. Choosing to musically take the song in a completely different direction, their rendition is a cloud-floating, atmospheric slice of electronica with synths being a strong base of the production. Delicate and emotive, Meadowlark’s version can be heard down below. Read more […]
London artist Alexander Shields aka A Grave With No Name have announced the release of his sixth album ‘Passover’. Landing January 19th on Forged Artifacts, the new record finds Shields incorporating field recordings amidst indie, art-rock and country sound structures. Inspired by the revisiting of his family after the passing of his grandmother, each song is written like an individual short story, yet ultimately fitting together to form one big puzzle.
London band CHILDCARE have revealed their latest single ‘Getting Over You (By Dressing Up Like You)’. Revving with a Motown-esque blueprint, the lively cut is spawned in that vibrant and creatively bursting manner that is ripe in CHILDCARE’s previous work. One of the most promising acts out today, ‘Getting Over You (By Dressing Up Like You)’ is another clever and overly catchy tune from the foursome. Discussing the track, singer Ed Cares said: “After being the victim of a polite yet painful Read more […]
With previous Number 1 hit records to her name, Gabrielle Aplin has unveiled her new single titled ‘Say Nothing’, taken from her latest EP ‘Avalon’. The song follows her lead-off single ‘Waking Up Slow’ in which she dropped an official video for the cut last month. Incorporating an electro meets pop feel into the production, Aplin’s ability to keep churning out hits is completely exemplified in this addicting offering. She has shared a lyric video to ‘Say Nothing’ which you can check out down at the bottom.
Rebecca Taylor, known by her music moniker Self Esteem, has shared her new song ‘OMG’, the b-side cut to her single ‘Your Wife’. Using dancehall drums to power the vibrant pop production, the song has a summertime feel that will definitely warm up the clubs during this autumn and winter season. You can listen to ‘OMG’ down at the bottom. Read more […]
Francesca Bergami aka Lyves quickly follows-up her stunning track ‘Holding Back’, which was literally shared a month ago, with her latest single ‘Cover Me’. A sultry journey into future soul, Lyves’ utterly soulful vocals gently glide over atmospheric layerings, a steamy soundtrack to the night. ‘Cover Me’ is out now.