Bloom is the soulful new EP from Tolu Salako; it’s one that fuses extensive experience and passion in singing, with a well traveled, emotional and reflective songwriting style. Tolu Salako sings about optimism and the good things in life. It’s exactly the kind of music we need more of, those positive vibes, those joyful beats … Continued

R&BSoul

A pretty big sounding band – big songs, good vibes, electro pop with all the best parts of indie rock thrown in. Synth style choruses reminiscent of the early days of The Killers, but a little gentler, perhaps – a more accessible lead vocal, someone you’re more inclined to feel like you know, more likely to … Continued

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There is something unequivocally honest and real about this EP. It feels familiar, yet nothing is quite as you’d expect. The calm and seductive introduction to Splendor & Hoax gives nothing away about what will follow. The track builds and builds with every line, instead of the usual verse to chorus layout. It fits well, and it … Continued

RockRock & Roll

On first listen, it’s electro-pop, fused with 60’s melodies; which is cool, nothing particularly groundbreaking, but sounds pretty awesome. Then a lyric catches your attention, and then another, and suddenly you find yourself watching the video three times in a row to actually make sure you’ve not got the wrong end of the stick. There’s … Continued

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Tales of a Twenty Something is the recent release of the immensely talented Andrew Warner. Recorded at his home in Manchester, Tales of a Twenty Something is a small collection of brilliant songs. Within no time he will have you contemplating the world whilst tapping your feet – a winning fusion of skills. A gifted and highly driven artist, with … Continued

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