Emerging Irish-German, singer-songwriter, Ena Fay returns to reveal her latest heartwarming musical project, the I Can Feel It, Too EP, which features the brand new focus track, ‘How Can I’. Lyrically impassioned and sonically inviting, I Can Feel It, Too perfectly captures Ena Fay’s iconic vocals, theatrical nature and love for classical instrumentation. Since 2016,…
This reflective-yet-hopeful state is reflected in Taylour’s measured vocals as well as the luxuriously expansive soundscape.
It’s through the honest medium of nature that Manoel Tosto found inspiration for his Beira De Praia LP.
There’s a hymnal quality to R Zak’s latest work Dialectics that gives it such an inescapably hypnotic listen.
For those who have never heard of Ena Fay before, who is she and what is her music about? Thanks for asking. I am a singer and songwriter, originally from Germany, grew up in Ireland/N Ireland as a child and now based in London. My music is about life, love and hope. What has been…
Having lived between Germany and UK for the past couple of years, Scottish born James Mackenzie has returned with his newest single, the seriously lovely ‘Where You Are Going’. Having been championed on BBC radio Scotland, after listening to this latest number, it’s easy to see why. With smooth vocals gloriously radiating out, this tune…
German composer, musician and producer Judith Haustein has shared and sultry-yet-spooky single ‘Freeze’ featuring MC BNZ.
Boy of Davison quotes his Grandfather, “maybe I’m dying, but I won’t let it ruin my day”. His words are a glowing ember throughout the EP; touching, delicate and honest.
Jack Hinks’ exploration of the five stages of grief turns its attention to anger in ‘Plastercast’.
The Boston indie-rock band are here to get us out of a rut and get us jumping.