“I’ll likely start the creation of a new project, fall back into a tour/show schedule, strap my baby on my hip and figure it out!”
Kicking off his latest instrumental with a poignant and cutting monologue regarding gun crime in black communities, Chill-E Sliphop introduces himself as a notably creative, deeply thoughtful, and undeniably professional producer.
Offering a hint of an Outkast influence in the vocal tone, and in the creativity, Bad Chick ultimately marches to the beat of its own drum – and delivers a level of admiration for the women in life who do the same.
Showcasing a vastly eclectic range of influences and, ultimately, an unwavering love for music in all of its forms, this project from Lavender Galaxy brings together an impressive group of talented artists.
Leading with ambient vibes designed and destined to offer delicacy and calm when needed, NeilGrandeur’s latest single is one that uniquely balances subtle layers of hip hop, trip hop and pop in a softly dreamlike manner.
This subtle eclecticism offers a short EP that hits with impact, and furthermore – introduces a band that would almost certainly put on a superb live show.
Following the release of her latest EP Freckle Season, and prior to an extensive European Tour, we were blessed with an interview with singer, songwriter and YouTube extraordinaire Orla Gartland. We talk about the new project, the changing stages of indie life, songwriting, being vulnerable, touring, Kate Bush, and plenty more. Here’s the conversation in … Continued
Pushing the creative boundaries all the more so with perhaps his most heartfelt and poetic release yet, Miami’s D.Tech blends engaging melodies with sublime imagery and a soundscape designed to melt away your anxieties.
Deuce in full is gorgeously eclectic, and absolutely worth letting play three or four times over – the journey doesn’t grow tiresome, the arrangement is on point, and the playing is so uninhibited and openly creative.
An absolute favourite indie podcast to date, Music History Diary is one that tackles the fascinating stories of artists and bands who paved the way for the music world we know and love today.
Back for 2020 with mighty levels of emotional intention, Aratrea’s Till I Loved You is a powerful declaration of appreciation, vulnerability, regret, and realization.
Much in the way that the soundtrack to shows like Sons Of Anarchy offered these intimate recordings of songs that touched on broad, intriguing concepts, Union Town leads with a clear-cut, acoustic presentation.