Song of The Week | Jay Marwaha & Soundspretty / Under

Two of my favourite artists right now, together on an EP - what's not to love eh? Late last year, I was scrolling through my music submissions and came across a completely infectious tune from London-based singer, Jay Marwaha. The song, to be exact, was his debut single 'Sitting in the Park'. Not only did... Continue Reading →

The Outlaw Ocean Music Project | Interview with: POOLZ

The Outlaw Ocean Music Project | An Interview with Yorick Sedee (Poolz) As part of my independent coverage of The Outlaw Ocean Music Project - I caught up with Dutch producer Poolz. His wonderful piece, Sailing in the Mist, was featured in my top twenty picks from the project overall. The song is a subtle... Continue Reading →

Callum Pitt Releases New Single ‘Fault Lines’

Ever since hearing 'Slow My Heart Rate Down' from his 'Poisoned Reveries EP back in June 2019, I've been a fan. Callum Pitt is one of the most consistent Indie/Rock artists in the UK and has been quietly building a loyal fan-base. It's a very difficult era for artists breaking through with many getting disheartened... Continue Reading →

Weekly Sniffs #009 | Top Tracks of The Week

This week has been quite indifferent. I thought my number was up on Saturday and legged it to the A&E late on Sunday. Thankfully, it was more than likely a flair up of me being a total hypochondriac. It wouldn't have been the first time either. I got back into the music mood earlier today... Continue Reading →

Weekly Sniffs #008 | Top Tracks of The Week

It's Monday so I've decided to compile my top five tunes of the week here. After a couple of weeks of painting fences, building patios and cooking up BBQ's, I'm back doing the music thing again. It's amazing how much a break is needed sometimes, listening to thousands of songs is tiring and can wear... Continue Reading →

Contemporary R&B | New Music from PNK FME & Wesley Joseph

July has been a weird month, a month full of the same angst but with just a little more optimism seeping in. Recently we have kind of regained half of the freedom we lost in March. We can go to the pub again, albeit a weirdly altered version of the pub. It's certainly not life... Continue Reading →

UK Rock | New Music From Blue Stragglers & Rich Parents

Music that's a little heavier. Check out two of the UK's best new rock groups. Blue Stragglers - All Mine (Sometimes) Sussex based three piece Blue Stragglers have recently released their second single following on from their 2019 debut Recover. Their latest offering, titled All Mine (Sometimes) is a powerful piece of rock and has... Continue Reading →

Porto Do Son – A Collaboration Between Jan Wagner & Dimitri Käch

At start of lockdown and all the emotional turmoil and angst that came with it, I eased the stress by listening to the wonderful soundscapes of Jan Wagner. Fast forward the best part of four months indoors and we appear to be crossing the line back over into normality again. Hopefully we have seen the... Continue Reading →

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