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Lauren Williams

A Fresh Perspective From Lorenzo Wood With Drown

Fri May 29 2020

We all know that great music is written based on personal experiences and real emotions, especially the breakup song theme. Lorenzo Wood’s Drown uses a fresh perspective from the person who has to do the breaking up and the horrific anxiety that ending a relationship causes, especially when no one has warranted the change of […]

Alge Drops Chilled New Song Call Me Crazy

Fri May 29 2020

  “This song was written as a release valve for a feeling I had long felt: my need to recognize and celebrate my own endurance and ability to roll with the punches. Take what comes, focus on the present, keep creating, fuck what anyone else says.” – Alge Now, if that quote by Alge doesn’t […]

Dark Times From The Hunna

Wed May 06 2020

The aptly named Dark Times is the latest single released on May 1st by The Hunna, a 4 piece band from Hertfordshire. They have already achieved success by playing at major festivals including Reading and Leeds, Dot to Dot, and All Points East as well as selling out Brixton Academy but there’s more to come […]

ViOLETEAR Blurs Genres In Head Over Heels

Fri May 01 2020

Head Over Heels by ViOLETEAR is described as a mixing pot between ‘latin-beat, indie-rock, dreampop-synth tune, topped with jazzy lead guitar and motown-inspired melodies’ and in all honestly, I thought how is this going to work? However, Head Over Heels left me feeling just as described.  Driven by Italian brothers Matteo and Marco, the beautiful female vocal […]

Tommy Ashby Touches Your Heart With One Word

Fri May 01 2020

Scotsman Tommy Ashby has touched my heart with One Word and his explanation and the meaning behind it. One Word is the first single to be released from Tommy’s fourth EP (set for release in the Summer, so keep your eyes out!) and it’s just beautiful. Produced by Sam Okell, who has won not one, […]

NIIVA Is Playing Along With These Love Games

Fri Apr 24 2020

Opening with a delicate guitar and a sweet, singular voice, Love Games sounds like NIIVA is sitting down in your living room telling you her thoughts and feelings. An electronic base kicks in just before the chorus, adding some gravitas to the lyrics, changing the song from conversational to a futuristic, melodic pop song. Love […]

We Can Relate To Olivia Deane’s Cynic Queen

Fri Apr 24 2020

Cynic Queen, a song I’m sure a lot of us girls out there can relate to, is performed and written by Manchester’s own Olivia Deane. If you’re from Manchester, this is a name you may be familiar with already. Olivia Deane started writing music from the age of 9 and has been no stranger to […]

Claire Frazier Releases The Relatable I Want You Bad

Fri Apr 17 2020

Claire Frazier’s I Want You Bad, you guessed it, is all about wanting someone and you know is going to end badly. We’ve all been there, which makes the 17-year-old singer-songwriter’s new single relatable to a wide audience, regardless of her age.  “This song is all about wanting something/someone you can’t have in my case, […]

Logan Prescott’s How We Wanted Is Perfect For Chilled Summer Days

Fri Apr 17 2020

I am obsessed with this tune! How We Wanted initially reminded me of an old-school 1975 track, which is ironic because this tune throws you back in time with 80’s inspired disco- sounding synthetic beats that drive it forward. It’s just so catchy, trust me! However, the artist behind this indie-pop tune is not Matthew […]

Cheska Moore’s Bloodline Is A Unique Breakup Anthem

Fri Apr 17 2020

Cheska Moore’s Bloodline initially opens with a single Ukulele that is reminiscent of the opening of Somewhere Over The Rainbow by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole. The South-London singer-songwriter reminds me of our beloved British artists; Lily Allen and Kate Nash – empowered women who love to stick their middle finger up to douche-bag ex-boyfriends and Cheska Moore […]

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