In Conversation With : Mo Klé

A few months ago, I stumbled across a submission from Swiss artist Mo Klé, and immediately fell in love with the beautiful simplicity of the song, and after that I needed to find out more. So after a few months of coordinating and trying to get our schedules to line up, I was lucky enough... Continue Reading →

Sienna’s Pick of The Week | ‘City Air’ by New Wolves

Hey hey y’all, Sienna back again with some fresh tunes for your hungry ears – and this week I’m on a massive soft indie hype, we’re all about upholding a chill tone, melodic vocals that sound like honey, and instrumentals bordering on electronic but keeping true to the low-key atmosphere. Welsh band New Wolves have... Continue Reading →

Kate Brunnotts Releases ‘Projections’ – A Euphoric Pop Anthem

Around two years ago I recieved my first submission from Kate. It was a weirdly experimental and abstract single called 'Bicycle Spokes'. Initially I didn't really know what I was listening to and that's why it resonated. Off beat percussion and a woman doing her own thing. As a blog that strives to uncover the... Continue Reading →

LOWMEN announce themselves with experimental EP ‘Tourism’

I love a good underground indie find. Been having a discussion with some music kin lately about the emergence of loads of thirty somethings releasing their debut works this year. 2020 was a year where everyone’s life was turned upside down and, in turn, many a former musician has returned to making music after years... Continue Reading →

RHNO | Two Friends Recording DIY Jams, Ten Years in the Making

Alright lads, buckle up because today I’m bringing you an absolute tune. We’re tackling RHNO’s release Smoke of a Train, which I’m currently listening to driving across the Tuscan country side in 27 degree weather – and it fits so well. For this one I’m going to request that you take yourself out to a... Continue Reading →

River Lion debuts with ever so impressive single ‘Leaving You’

Taking a turn today from the upbeat, feel good bangers I’ve been shooting your way, I’m going to recommend one for the more sombre moments, the endings and the days where you just want to drive in the rain for a few hours (as I have done many, many times when feeling a bit overdramatic).... Continue Reading →

Belaver Brings us Back in Time on his little ’70s Adventure’ – This is a Mood

I used to own a red 1998 Suburu Forrester before I moved to London, I called him Reggie and he was absolutely falling apart at the seems, but I adored him. I miss a lot about home but there’s probably nothing I miss more than driving down from Sydney to Wattamolla Beach, with 4 mates... Continue Reading →

Sol Paradise is an artist to keep an eye on – Listen to ‘Is it Mutual’ here.

Sienna again, back with yet another fresh release this week! What a treat – still floating over here in the indie folk atmosphere, today we’re talking about British artist Sol Paradise and his newest track Is it Mutual. This one has so many things that I absolutely love to hear in a song; cool, mellow... Continue Reading →

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