Single Review: Jillian Francis – Won’t Be You

Jillian Francis is an indie/folk singer-songwriter who draws inspiration from the likes of Stevie Nicks, Bon Iver and Florence Welch. Today I will be reviewing their debut single ‘Won’t Be You’.  ‘Won’t Be You’ opens with a soft, acoustic guitar that resonates perfectly with Jillian’s harmonious and melodic voice. This one immediately gripped me, the … Continue reading Single Review: Jillian Francis – Won’t Be You

Single Review: Caleb Hyles – Believer (Imagine Dragons Cover) 

Caleb Hyles is a singer and YouTube personality from Montgomery, Alabama and you can check out my previous reviews of his music here, here and here. Today I am reviewing his cover of Believer by Imagine Dragons.  ‘Believer (Imagine Dragons Cover)’ is excellent, I actually heard this version before hearing the original somehow and that … Continue reading Single Review: Caleb Hyles – Believer (Imagine Dragons Cover) 

Single Review: No Serial Killer – We’re All Going 2 Die

No Serial Killer are as fresh as they come. They are only just making their way into the scene, but yet their debut album is one which is causing a stir for all the right reasons. Within the 30 track album is a song called 'We're All Going 2 Die'. It is a real thumper … Continue reading Single Review: No Serial Killer – We’re All Going 2 Die

Single Review: Meg Lawrenson – Use My Body

'Use My Body' is the latest single from Meg Lawrenson. She is taking the pop scene by storm, and it is clear to see why.  She has a pop edge which makes her stand out. She does not boast the cheesy pop which we hear all too often these days, and that is what makes … Continue reading Single Review: Meg Lawrenson – Use My Body

Single Review: Complex – Where We Came From

Complex is the UK hip hop gem which is sending shockwaves across the scene. He is bright, charismatic and inspires with each release. His latest track 'Where We Came From' is a covenant to his character. He speaks clearly about his past, and it makes for an honest listen. His emotion is dripping all over … Continue reading Single Review: Complex – Where We Came From

The Unknown by Victoria Sullivan

You can check out a video of the author reading this poem over on the Unchained Media Scotland Facebook Page by clicking here. It's unknown exactly what brought it Or what it is makes it so fierce Why it has spread through the whole, wide world Bringing heartache, sorrow and tears It's unknown when you … Continue reading The Unknown by Victoria Sullivan

Poem #7 by Lorenzo Dozier

Love is a feeling that cannot be explained, it gives me butterflies and makes me go insane Love don’t have to call me every second of the hour Love just has to care enough, and give us power In all the times we have fought through the darkest nights, Love has always been the shining … Continue reading Poem #7 by Lorenzo Dozier

Single Review: The Samoors – P.I.A.F (Patience Is a Friend)

The Samoors are a three piece new wave/indie band from Tel Aviv made up of Yuval Simcha on Guitars/Vocals, Andie Simcha on Synth/Melodica/Vibraslap/Backing Vocals and Erez Oppenheim on Drums/Backing Vocals. Today I’ll be reviewing their single ‘P.I.A.F (Patience Is a Friend)’ which was released on February 8th 2020.  ‘P.I.A.F (Patience Is a Friend)’ kicks off … Continue reading Single Review: The Samoors – P.I.A.F (Patience Is a Friend)

Single Review: Only August – The Rain

Only August (also known as Andrew Reinhardt) is an Indie Folk artist from Toronto, the provincial capital of Ontario, in Canada. Today, I will be reviewing his single ‘The Rain’ which was released on the 12th March 2020. ‘The Rain’ opens with a soft, grilling acoustic theme, reminiscent of the rain, and then it explodes, … Continue reading Single Review: Only August – The Rain

Single Review: MarQuee – Rewind (Prod. ISAAC Beats x Beatz Ape-Rossi)

MarQuee is a 19 year old artist from New York and today I’ll be reviewing his single Rewind (Prod. ISAAC Beats x Beatz Ape-Rossi).  ‘Rewind’ has an offbeat, electronic intro, with the artist vocalising over it, before things really kick in, this song has just the best energy, it’s not too fast, but allows him … Continue reading Single Review: MarQuee – Rewind (Prod. ISAAC Beats x Beatz Ape-Rossi)

Single Review: Caleb Hyles – Country Roads (John Denver Cover) 

Caleb Hyles is a singer and YouTube personality from Montgomery, Alabama and you can check out my previous reviews of his music here and here. Today I am reviewing his cover of Country Roads by John Denver (ft. Jonathan Young). ‘Country Roads (John Denver Cover)’ is a cover of an absolute tune, I got re-obsessed … Continue reading Single Review: Caleb Hyles – Country Roads (John Denver Cover) 

Single Review: Ashley Singh – 17

Ashley Singh is to deliver his biggest track 'to date on the 1st of July. I was one of the very lucky few to have managed to catch a glimpse of '17' before its release, and it is fair to say that we are all in for a treat. '17' is a heartfelt track which … Continue reading Single Review: Ashley Singh – 17

Dear S. by Laura Lodahl

The way you say 'Earth' sounds ancient. You are from the home of my soul, a place whose beauty breaks my heart time and time again. You call mountains ‘beinns’, valleys ‘glens’ and lakes 'lochs’. Its meandering rivers are your veins and the forests your lungs; every day you give me life. Now I am … Continue reading Dear S. by Laura Lodahl

The Mask by Victoria Sullivan

You can check out a video of the author reading this poem over on the Unchained Media Scotland Facebook Page by clicking here. I wear a mask, as it protects From germs of those who’re ill I wear a mask, so can’t transmit The virus that can kill I wear a mask - my customs … Continue reading The Mask by Victoria Sullivan

Poem #6 by Lorenzo Dozier

Is this really the land of opportunities or has the government created a system to tear down our communities? Every day someone fears to go outside, takes a bullet to the brain And then you die from the second we are born The world taught us how to self-hate Ever think of a reason why … Continue reading Poem #6 by Lorenzo Dozier