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Asmik – NICE

Asmik is an electro-pop singer/songwriter. She grew up in an artistic family, whilst taking inspiration from some of the best singers of our time. Heavily influenced by Michael Jackson and Jazz, Asmik does not disappoint with her soulful vocal tone. Her leading single ‘NICE’ depicts a picture of the ups of a relationship, ‘you can […]

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K. Flay – The Solutions Tour

K. Flay brought out color, confetti and self-acceptance to The Solutions Tour. K Flay returned to San Diego with a bang on her biggest headlining tour yet.  From the stage production to the performance, it was evident that a lot of work went into putting this show together. Without a single dull moment, K Flay […]

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Cara Hammond – Such a Mess (Interview)

Cara Hammond released “Such A Mess” on September 6th, 2019. She says of the song: “It’s a song about being completely infatuated with someone and that growing tension as neither of you make the first move. Sometimes being around that one person you’re crazy about can make you a bit of a mess.” Emma interviewed […]

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Tom Korkidis

There are many artists that manage to successful take what past artists have built upon and create something uniquely their own. This is what Grammy-Award winning Artist Tom Korkidis manages to do in his new EP “Destroyer”.  As I began listening, I found myself pulled into a world full of synths that managed to cling […]

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Jaywood – Moon Cats

In what is an angelically crafted song, “Moon Cats” by JayWood also brings along a funky music video. The tone is absolutely angelic – and the video makes me think of cozy Winter nights or a night at a local bar with funky soul music surrounding me. The frames flow softly giving the viewer just […]

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The Zinvandels – Penny Sits Alone

Having headlined the BBC Horizons stage @ biggest weekend in Swansea, the ZINVANDELS have had a busy first year in 2018 (from their Bio). My personal highlight from this track is the hefty chorus. It’ll be stuck in your head for days – it’s wondrously arranged and sits well with their other art without being too […]

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Reason Define -Reaper

The electric powered, hook-heavy and collaborative effort named “Reaper” is one of Summer 2019’s songs-to-be-remembered. I won’t spoil the eagerly awaited breakdown for you – but it’s worth waiting for the volcanic hit. With waves of rock against a metal-based soundscape, the vocals are raw and kicking – with no emotion left untouched. Give this […]

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Web & Marionettes – Saturday

Smooth sounding, groovy bass notes slide this song into wonderfully reverbed vocals. Around the 40 second mark, the listener is thrown into an almost soulful rock/ pop rave, “I’ll be out of your hair if you give me a moment”, totally unexpected but completely exquisite. The production doesn’t overwhelm nor carry the track, but rather […]

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Keith Mosfet

You may think you’ve accidentally tuned into a radio broadcast when you hear the track. The song is almost sarcastically sung with a sprinkling of explicits that aren’t used for shock value but rather to add to the “superficial hypocrite” character portrayed by the vocalist. The 60s / 70s / Britpop production value is high, […]

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Feather Weight – Something Else

With elements of the song dealing with the unfortunately stigmatised subject of mental health, this song is more than just a feel-good chance. The tones are all-encompassing, and the production creates a sense of urgency. The opening riffs that are present throughout will be playing in your mind long after you’ve finished listening. Whilst it […]

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