‘Early Warning’ is a raw and tangible track that has set Paper Hands off to a fantastic start.
From The Tiger’s Mouth’s ‘Wall Of Sound’ depicts the morning after a typical lockdown evening binge-watching TV, on a Zoom call with friends and family and drinking to excess in an attempt to replicate the times before the pandemic.
Nadia Kazmi draws on the 70s for a dose of the suitably dramatic in new single ‘Have You Here’, which is designed to transport the listener into bittersweet moments of nostalgia for a past love.
Natalie Holmes’ ‘Floating TV’ is the resplendent indie-pop single for wandering minds, inner children, and adulthood insecurities.
Asha Gold showcases her new uptempo and melodic track with a playful nostalgia we didn’t know we were missing out on.
Introducing the powerful 10 track debut, rock pop album ‘Find a Way’ written and performed by singer songwriter Chris Sangster. A clear storyteller at heart, Chris encases each song in lyricism that paints the most prolific of pictures. He delivers his message with authenticity and energy, detailed by his raw, art pop style vocal, with…
We are deep in the love feels of Calista Kazuko’s magical extravaganza ‘So Much Love’.
littleDNGR have just released ‘i love DANGER’, their angsty alt-rock answer to Bonnie & Clyde’s infamous love affair, with all its risk, pitfalls, thrills and climatic end in tow.
SAER’s new single ‘Sorry’ is awash with 80s sensibilities, and it’s clear that Birmingham artist is plugged in to the zeitgeist.
If you’re anything like us, then you probably shared in a love of subversive alt-pop, which is exactly what you’ll find from Lisa Canny and her new single ‘Snake Skin’.