Louis Antoniou is one of music’s most exciting & hard working artists to emerge this year. His aim over the coming months is to smash out five hard-hitting singles that showcase his abilities & his creative direction under a colourful spotlight.
An incredible song. The subject matter is not something many people will have directly experienced, but the way it’s been presented manages to find you & really connect.
Bobbie Harvey is a UK based singer & songwriter currently pushing the craft to the limits with a small collection of finely written, brilliantly performed releases.
The older I get the more I find my inspiration in my memories of youth. I know it’s a bit sentimental, but trying to recapture those first musical emotions that possessed me when I was young puts me back into my creative zone.
A huge collaborative project bringing together some of the UK’s best talents from jungle, drum & bass, reggae & dance. You get a sense of optimism & celebration throughout. The release is in support of the Demelza Hospice, UK.
The Silver Bayonets get the conversation going in their own, hard hitting way. Cleverly, or ironically, there’s nothing fake about their writing. They don’t strive to lift you out of your lull with joyful chords & statements of ‘It’ll be alright’, they tell it like it is.
That’s how I felt when people criticised me, at times for no reason: an Antichrist, ‘the bad guy’. It also symbolizes the dark side of fame, of performing & putting yourself out there. Fame is a bit like a demon, disguising his dark side to lure you into some sort of ‘dreamland’.
This meeting of various genres & styles makes for something loaded with fresh identity right now. And on top of this, you get the concept of the song – the lyrics, the bare poetry of it, the reflective honesty that digs at some of the deepest human emotions & thoughts.