Premiere: ANZU’s Slice Of Feel-Good With New Single ‘Theme From Depression’

Fri Aug 31 2018

It’s a retro yet fresh slice of feel-good with the funkiest bassline and synths which unfurl pads of warmth. ‘Theme From Depression’ gives you the feel of a hazy weekend where you’ve been totally lost in the music and compelled to dance. It’s the brand new single out today from Canadian Electro-house duo ANZU. Simon […]

No ‘Hard Feelings’ For Sam Way

Fri Aug 31 2018

Sam Way’s new song ‘Hard Feelings’ draws you in from the outset with its haunting instrumentals and atmospheric tone and vocals. Lyrics are powerful, “Make up your mind and let me know, cause it’s clear that this isn’t working, make up your mind and let me know, I’m done pretending”. The song is about love […]

Oxbow Live At Oslo, Hackney

Thu Aug 30 2018

It’s hard to pin down Oxbow to a single genre, and that’s the way it should be. The band experiment, and the difference between their debut Fuckfest (1989) and their most recent, Thin Black Duke (2017), would leave most listeners thinking both albums were put out by two different bands. Fuckfest’s harsh raw sound is […]

How Music Affects Your Focus, Productivity, and Success

Wed Aug 29 2018

According to famed philosopher Friedrich Nietzche, “Without music, life would be a mistake.” It seems Nietzche’s words ring just as true in the minds of many today as when he first uttered them over a century ago. However, while many people consider their favorite playlist little more than a welcome distraction to break up the […]

Shane Guerrette Releases ‘Nomadic Soul’ As A Preview To Self-Titled EP

Wed Aug 29 2018

Shane Guerrette is a new exciting talent based in New York. Having smashed the YouTube scene, receiving millions of views, he is now set to release his debut self-titled EP on September 7th which is produced by Bob Cuteralla (Erc Clapton, Billy Gibbons, Jeff Beck.) I am a big believer in perfecting song orders for […]

Shelly Ravid Entrances At Her Reggae Gig At The Ned

Tue Aug 28 2018

The cavernous marble ground floor of Bank’s five-star hotel, The Ned, is an unlikely setting for a reggae gig. However, striking artist Shelly Ravid wanders around the circular centre stage as if she is a permeant fixture of the venue, as at home as if she were playing in a reggae venue in the Caribbean. […]

Jade The Moon Takes You On A Sound Adventure

Tue Aug 28 2018

The warm, white soundscapes of Jade The Moon’s latest single ‘The Tide’ takes you to moonlight soaked beaches, dancing on picnic blankets as the sky lightens to catch up with your mood. It’s pop, but not too cliché, it’s dance, but not too relentless, it’s alternative, but not too complex. It’s Jade The Moon once […]

VRWRK Releases Debut Album ‘On The Outside’

Mon Aug 27 2018

Trio VRWRK has released their 10-track debut album ‘On the Outside’ – so fans of 2017’s bangers, ‘Face It’ and ‘Hearts Beating In Sync,’ rejoice. The electro-pop innovators comprise of East London-based producers Matt Sey, Jergan Callebaut, and vocalist Salem Khazali; a psychiatrist, a psychologist, and a graphic designer respectively. In other words – a […]

You Never Know What To Expect From Neo-Soul Group Question Mark

Fri Aug 24 2018

Question Mark is a Neo-Soul band emerging from the foundations of East London Arts and Music College. All aged between 16 and 18 their mature approach to music allows them to manoeuvre between genres and experiment with the kinds of sounds that they produce. Upon sitting through a rehearsal and a few of their live […]

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