E.P, Albums and Singles * Music Reviews

Cameron Vincent – Beyond Me

Originally from a quiet village in Lancashire Cameron Vincent moved to Manchester to pursue his career in music, finding his alternative pop sound. ‘Beyond Me’ has a vast collection of Keys and Synths bringing a hypnotic, trance like, futuristic vibe. The chorus bring stylistically pleasing repetition adding to the addictive brilliance. Incorporating beats towards the […]

E.P, Albums and Singles * Guest Writers * Music Reviews

The Zolas – Come Back to Life

The Zolas’ new single is the “latest in a series of Wong Kar-Wai-inspired lyric vignettes to accompany each Z Day release.” They state, “we’ve been fans of Wong Kar-Wai for years, especially his punkier 90s movies like Fallen Angels, and had always chatted socially with the Amazing Factory guys about doing something together one day […]

E.P, Albums and Singles * Guest Writers * Music Reviews

Ellie Moon – Kylie Jenner

Ellie Moon’s (what an awesome name, right?) debut E.P came out on June 26th, called “MOONiSMS”. Her brand new single “Kylie Jenner” is definitely a track to watch. Her narratives and tone are everyday-speech styled, reminiscent of early Nina Nesbitt, but fit perfectly within wittiness, “You don’t need to keep up with Kylie” the chorus […]

E.P, Albums and Singles * Interviews

BEESIGHDUH – Mime Games

 The following interview is with Julia Clark the front woman of BEESIGHDUH, drummer John Purkey worked alongside on drums recording his parts from Washington. “Mime Games” is about being bored of life’s questions, spiritual questions, etc— The whole ‘why are we here’ thing. It’s also autobiographical and like every song I write, has multiple meanings […]