Sabiyha’s new single ‘Wolf,’ taken from her upcoming debut EP Hollow Bones, is a remarkable piece of storytelling and an ode to the folklore roots that have inspired the London-based musician to take her music out of her bedroom and into the studio.
Westerman follows up his Call And Response EP with latest single ‘Confirmation,’ a meditative moment that asks not to “think so much about it.”
Liam McClair releases ‘Fix It’, a cry of hope for lasting relationships in this ever-changing modern world.
North West singer/songwriter Janileigh Cohen delights us with her new single ‘Same Old Road’ – an effortless portrait of poignancy.
‘Love Should Be Like’ is the sophomore single of new and upcoming Swedish pop-rock band ARSADI.
Hannah Nicholson’s debut EP ‘Breath’ is a meditation on the deeper stages of growing, the personal process of finding one’s place in the world and exploring the roots of human love.
FLING frolic and folly in tipsy abandonment on new single ‘Annie’ – a tale of liberating desire that perfectly encapsulates the essence of younger years and after-party hangovers.
Elle Mary & The Bad Men share a vibrant dose of grungy folk-noir on new single ‘Behave,‘ ushering ever closer the rewards of their forthcoming debut album, ‘Constant Unfailing Night’.
Utrecht duo Wolf & Moon debut with ‘Garden of Potential’, a beautifully crafted, flowing track that, just as the title suggests, opens up to a world of possibilities.
Elle Mary & The Bad Men share moving single ‘Undead’, via Sideways Saloon/Kartel Music Group.
My Crooked Teeth is the new project of Oxford-based singer-songwriter Jack Olchawski, whom you might remember as fronting the alt-country band Toliesel. Olchawski, who has been involved in a wildly eclectic set of projects in the last decade, is now emerging and becoming recognised as a songwriting talent in his own right. This new single […]
Silences don’t give you much time to get ready for what’s to come before they tantalise the title lyric: “Hit me with the red dress on, I mean it” of new single ‘Red Dress’. Straight to the point, and they mean it. The Armagh quintet, led by Conchúr White, received critical acclaim for their three previous […]
Dome Hall follow up last month’s debut release with ‘Nason’, a contemplative track that shows the introspective side of the band’s songwriting craft.
Having only been together for two years, Haunt the Woods are getting consolidated as one of the best up-and-coming rock-folk bands of the year. Taking this unique psychedelic style they have collectively developed onto the stage is no easy task, but the Devon four-piece have successfully put together a widely acclaimed show and are now […]
Daudi Matsiko teases upcoming double EP with ‘Take Me Old’, a poignant take on love through the years.
Dome Hall debut with spacious single ‘Marske Woods’, embracing a clean indie sound and adding to it the warm and rich qualities of the saxophone and keyboard.
Haunt The Woods release odyssean new track ‘Twisted’, the second single to be lifted from ‘The Line’ EP of the Devon-based band.
Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Dom Robinson releases ‘Casey’, his second offering in a matter of months, showcasing heartfelt lyricism and a mature understanding of the songwriting craft that has already captured the imagination of the online community.
It’s been almost two years since the last time we wrote about Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Bowen and, just like bumping into old friends, it is always a warm surprise to hear from an artist once again and see how far they have taken their craft.
Canberra-based four-piece Slow Turismo return with introspective new single ‘You Were Dead’.