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Category: Music Reviews

REL- Surgery

R E L is a 23yr old singer-songwriter who describes her sound as a genre of which she has created called EVOCA – POP. Her new single entitled ‘Surgery’ is a thought provoking track with a focus on an important and hard hitting topic of self love. More importantly, the track provides insight into overcoming […]

ONUR – Stunnah

Your sexy after hours playlist is looking a little dry – here, take a hit of this. London’s contemporary R&B singer and songwriter, ONUR is unveiling his second single Stunnah. Onur has just the remedy to massage your tense spine and soothe and ruffle the feathers of your next lucky date, ‘Stunnah’. Feel it yet? […]

Brix- Just a Girl

This is such a powerful music video to accompany an empowering cover of a song which is featured in the trailer for The Nutcracker and The Four Realms directed by Ben Tedesco. The first words are a sample of man saying “Of course women must earn less than men, they are  weaker, smaller and less […]

David Shurr – Lonely Skies

The introduction to this song was captivating. The heavy guitar gives the impression of a heavier country style ballad, then the burst in to indie pop sounds which was brilliant. The laid back style reminded me of the indie band Peace and Tame Impala. It’s extremely catchy, and repetitive but in a positive way, it’s […]

Dalliance- Resistance

It’s totally refreshing to hear a brand new indie rock band from the north of England releasing their debut single in the tradition of trashed out guitar moodiness and melodic vocals  – and we love it. Dalliance are set to release their single “Resistance” online on November the 9th and let’s hope it gets the […]

Gha9ja

(Gha-Nine-ja) is a Nigerian born, Bolton based musician. His mother is Nigerian and his father is Ghanaian. When he came across Jamaican singer Jayano, he was influenced to consider afrobeat as his forte instead of rap. The pair released ‘Kolo’ , a song which gained attention and airplay, which then sparked inspiration for them to form […]