London Audio Engineer MUNGO Smashes it With ‘Pink Electronic’

Mungo is a student studying audio engineering, by day - A barnstorming electronic producer, by night. Yesterday, I was scrolling through my localized London submissions on a new platform aimed at promoting new music called Muso Soup. I stumbled upon the outstanding EP from this young lad. I have to admit, I like using this... Continue Reading →

Ruby Hive / You Mix

Written By Kell Hallman At the moment, it’s all too easy to look at the music industry and feel downbeat. It’s a tough time for artists, musicians, and fans alike with our livelihoods and passions on lockdown. Ruby Hive’s debut single ‘You Mix’ is an infectious grin in the face of this gloom.  Released in... Continue Reading →

Aquilo / Just Asking

Coming out of Hackney Wick Studios, we have unearthed a hauntingly peaceful song from downtempo Indie duo Aquilo. This song fell onto my lap via SubmitHub this morning and totally blew me away. After looking through their impressive back catalog and collaborations, it's utterly bizarre how I had never heard of them until now. In... Continue Reading →

Samuel Nicholson’s ‘Bramblebury Session’ Is Epic.

Throwback to the times where we could all go over to our friends houses and chill out and listen to music. Luckily enough, the kind residents of a house on Bramblebury Road in London managed to record some of their house sessions before we all became totally housebound. Artists that have blessed the screen thus... Continue Reading →

Marrius // Back To Strangers

London based singer/songwriter Marrius is an artist on the rise here in the capital. He will be releasing his second EP titled 'Borrowed Time' in early November and we cannot wait for it. Two songs have been dripped out before the EP drops in a couple of weeks. Borrowed Time and Back To Strangers are... Continue Reading →

Chernobyl Sunshine Club – Birthdayland

Alt Folk London based outfit Chernobyl Sunshine Club have been on the go since late 2016, They have just released a track that I have been listening to religiously since catching wind of it about a month ago. Birthdayland is something a little bit different. The song is quite dark in it's tone and the... Continue Reading →

Peter & Kerry – They Know God (But I Know You)

Some mad chilling deja-vu stuff, Peter & Kerry? I think they are back you know, banding around some deep vibes again. This duo (Peter Lyons & Kerry Leatham) shot to my attention just over seven years ago with their quirky acoustic version of Amerie’s (annoying) 2011 hit ‘One Thing’. Their languished, seamless and effortless, vocal... Continue Reading →

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