Ever Wanted to Hear A Song Made By A Ford Mustang?

Well........? Respected producer Matthew Dear has just created a bold and experimental piece of music titled New Breed. On the face, it sounds like a normal, electronic pop track - but what you may not have realized is that Dear composed it all using the oscillating sounds of the new Ford Mustang. We are really... Continue Reading →

Brudini Releases Re-Recorded Version of ‘Nightcrawler’

Last year, Erik Brudvik made a bold leap and jumped ship on a career in finance. He decided to leave London and flew across the Atlantic to pursue new beginnings in New York City. Armed with a bag of supplies and a hard-drive filled with his musical snippets, he knocked on the door of Sear... Continue Reading →

The Outlaw Ocean Music Project | A Crossover between Music and Journalism

An Introduction to 'The Outlaw Ocean Music Project' A collection of music collaborations stemming from the field recordings gathered by one of the world's leading investigative journalists. Surfacing just before the life-altering lockdown hit in March, the early murmurings of a new exciting project were beginning to emerge over in Washington. The Outlaw Ocean Music... Continue Reading →

Four New UK-Based Artists Worth Hearing!

After my little break from writing reviews, the work behind the scenes hasn't stopped. I've been busy digging ditches in the garden, answering submissions and fixing some important SEO things for the site. Last week, it was a real struggle finding tunes to get behind. The unprecedented lockdown saw the rise of new musicians making... Continue Reading →

Single Review | Tiger Rags – Psychedelic Instrumentals Born in Kentish Town

Daniel Jenkinson is the brains behind a new London-Based experimental, psychedelic instrumental alias, Tiger Rags. The music was assembled in a custom DIY studio in Kentish Town, North London and based on a sea of demos he accumulated over the years. Jenkinson is a sound engineer by trade and has spent years on the road... Continue Reading →

Bokito’s First Single of 2020 is a Feckin’ Gem

Do you know that feeling when you find a band you may just adore straight off the bat? Well, that's exactly what has happened here. I was passed along Bokito's new single okok earlier today. I clicked play, only to be met by a chirpy, vibrant and infectious tune that has commanded several more plays... Continue Reading →

Single Review | Dominic Wolf – Only For Mad People (EP)

One of my favourite London-based artists Dominic Wolf has just released a typically Dominic Wolf styled EP. The six-track digital collection titled, 'Only For The Mad People', is languid, experimental and totally absorbing. Ever since hearing his meticulously, methodical single 'Tainted Paradise', I've been tracking his music. Wolf has his own lazy, shoe-gaze tone that... Continue Reading →

Ollie Chanin Releases Second EP of 2020 – ‘Slow Your Roll’ – is Out Today!

I have featured the music of Ollie Chanin lots on the site in recent months. The man has copious amounts of talent to burn. I won't get sick of listening to his unique song structures anytime soon. I had the chance to sit down and chat with him about all things music a couple of... Continue Reading →

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