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…
SAER’s new single ‘Sorry’ is awash with 80s sensibilities, and it’s clear that Birmingham artist is plugged in to the zeitgeist.
The Horn have just started their journey and as far as debut tunes go, ‘Passion’ is a winner.
Late 80s Brit-pop influenced ‘Plastic Heart’ from Charlotte Hall calls out toxic behaviour in her own radio-ready way.
Silverlux follow up their folksy debut single ‘Two Moons’ with sophomore song ‘Born To Chase The Sun’.
Full of dance-worthy moments and metaphorical lyrics, Sandman himself recommends ‘Maybe (Cassette Mix)’ for fans of Sufjan Stevens and Daughter through to the likes of The Go! Team, Sleigh Bells and Holy Fuck.
We’re totally in awe of the bubbling electronica, symbolic songwriting and glassine vocals of The Pink Nostalgia’s new song ‘Radio Silence’.
Following a year and a half of national lockdowns, pandemic panic and covid chaos, Canadian rock trio Bad Pop unveil their grungy, pandemic inspired EP, Dark Metal which they’ve coined as a musical middle finger to growing up and all the down-sides that come with it.
Rising DIY producer and singer-songwriter Callum Crighton shines on his latest single, ‘The Lazer Police’ taken from his forthcoming, debut EP of the same name.
Revolutionary “Neueneue Deutsche Welle” innovator Edwin Rosen returns with synth-heavy banger, ‘Verschwende deine Zeit’