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

Single Review: Vialetters – Ulysses

Vialetters are a band from Hull made up of Connor Flanagan, Jimmy Williams, Ben Smith, Ollie Mudd and Elliott Gibson. Today, I will be reviewing their single ‘Ulysses’ which you can check out below. ‘Ulysses’ kicks off quickly, immediately picking up a nice high energy beat, this slightly tapers off as the vocals kick in, … Continue reading Single Review: Vialetters – Ulysses

Single Review: Nowujalo – Move Out My Way

Nowujalo is a Native American melodic hip-hop artist from Regina, the capital city of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Today, I will be reviewing his single ‘Move Out My Way’, and you can check that out below. ‘Move Out My Way’ opens with a distinct vocal beat that flows through the track, beneath the strong … Continue reading Single Review: Nowujalo – Move Out My Way

Single Review: Nax – Angeles de Hielo

Nax are an alternative music groupm from Buenos Aires, Argentina made up of Nicolás Castello, Juan Marcos Hernández and Gabriel Hernández. This isn’t the first time I’ve reviewed the band either, and you can check out my previous reviews here and here. Today, however I will be reviewing their single ‘Angeles de Hielo’ which was … Continue reading Single Review: Nax – Angeles de Hielo

Single Review: NDX – Conquer

NDX also known as Near Death Experience, are catapulting their way to the mainstage with their new track 'Conquer'. The rock gods inspire it and the sounds we have heard many decades before make the final grade here. It is a compelling track with plenty of horsepower, and there is enough to go around for … Continue reading Single Review: NDX – Conquer

Single Review: Springfield – Liquorice

Springfield is a five piece indie/rock group from Whitehaven made up of Rhys Pritchard on Vocals/Guitar, Lewis Pritchard on Guitar, Ben Tucker on Bass and Mitchell Sloan on Drums. Today I will be reviewing their single ‘Liquorice’ which was released on March 6th 2020.  ‘Liquorice’ kicks off fast, a physical blast of intensity hits you, … Continue reading Single Review: Springfield – Liquorice

Single Review: Zach Brandon – Tell Everybody I Don’t

Zach Brandon is a singer/songwriter from Los Angeles and usually I don’t mention how I discover an artist, usually I either come across them on social media or they/a representative submit their music directly to me but I actually came across Zach’s latest track via the Animal Crossing Turnip Exchange and I liked that approach … Continue reading Single Review: Zach Brandon – Tell Everybody I Don’t

Single Review: Laufey – Someone New

Laufey is a singer/songwriter and cellist and this isn’t the first time I’ve reviewed their music, you can check that out here. Today however I will be reviewing their second single ‘Someone New’. ‘Someone New’ opens with an acoustic guitar, and you can hear the subtle hissing that reminds me of old movies, intentional or … Continue reading Single Review: Laufey – Someone New

Single Review: Laufey – Street by Street

Laufey is an Icelandic/Chinese singer-songwriter and cellist and today I will be reviewing their debut single which was released on 06/04/2020.  ‘Street by Street’ opens slowly, the acoustic guitar is gentle and yet resonant, expertly supporting Laufey’s strong and distinct voice. I liked the percussive clicking, they brought a lot to the track while still … Continue reading Single Review: Laufey – Street by Street

Single Review: Quiche – Dazed

Quiche are a six piece psychedelic rock group based in Glasgow made up of Juan Laforet on Guitar/keyboard/Vocals, Jack Borrill on Bass/Vocals, Jamie McAuley on Guitar/Backing Vocals, Tommo Miller on Guitar, Nate Bennet on Keyboard/Sax and Ally Stirrat on Drums/Percussion. Today, I will be reviewing their single ‘Dazed’ which is off their EP ‘Cardboard Sunset’. … Continue reading Single Review: Quiche – Dazed

Single Review: LaKyoto – Wannabe

LaKyoto are a four piece alt/pop group based in Edinburgh and today I’ll be reviewing their single ‘Wannabe’, and I just want to say that the band actually sent me this back in September on Twitter and for some reason I just plain missed it but when I was looking back through old messages I … Continue reading Single Review: LaKyoto – Wannabe

Album Review: Lili Kendall – love, herself.

Lili Kendall is a singer/songwriter and today I will be reviewing their album which was released on 22/04/2020. ‘all through the night’ builds slowly, with a rising, resonating pulse that merges seamlessly onto Lili Kendall’s phenomenal voice, and since this was my first experience with the artist and the first song on the album I … Continue reading Album Review: Lili Kendall – love, herself.

Single Review: BodyLanguage – Aged Like Wine

BodyLanguage Are a Boston based duo whose music spans various genres, today I will be reviewing their single ‘Aged Like Wine’.  ‘Aged Like Wine’ opens with an ambient, acoustic guitar that flows forward, joining it is an incredible voice, and then a second, their harmony rich and well practiced. The light percussion brilliantly backing up … Continue reading Single Review: BodyLanguage – Aged Like Wine