In collaboration with The Outlaw Ocean Project, Bangladeshi musician Sabbir Nasir shares protest song ‘Drowning’, an outcry against crimes at sea that go unpunished.
These two Northern Irish songwriting talents wrestle with societal pressures and the uncontrollable pull of life.
Born and raised on the golden western coast of Cesme, Turkey and now based in London, 23-year-old musician Jem whips up his musical influences of Radiohead to Sarah Vaughan into his own infectious blend of 90s alternative rock with tender Middle Eastern melodies. With his music standing as representation of both his childhood roots and…
‘Spiders In My Room’ is the latest independent release from intuitive singer-songwriter Katy For Kings.
Chicago singer-songwriter Sunflower Summit took a moment to reflect on how they’d dealt with life under lockdown so far, resulting in sensitive single ‘Do Nothing’.
Michael Wilford’s second release is ‘Rattle My Bones’, in which ghostly visions embedded within layers of marching percussion and playful piano chords creep up on the listener.
‘Two Birds’ is the quirky indie-pop single from British artist Ben Dalby, which is sure to strike a chord with anyone that has experience that boundless sense of love for another person.
Delicately laced alt-folk melodies, fractured electronic beats and a haunting cello section come together to portray a fragile state of mind.
Scottish musician The Woods doesn’t want us to forget those individuals behind the art that we all enjoy so much and so he’s dedicated new song ‘A Changing Light’ to them.
The jaunty, off-kilter folk-pop of Elise’s ‘Ragdoll’ possesses a sense of trepidation as well as the careful balancing act that one must perform throughout life.