‘Don’t Let Go’ by Matthew James Allen is a fresh and breezy acoustic slice of sunshine, taking melancholic themes and delivering them with a sense of hope.
Monthly Archive: June 2014
Slightly Left Of Centre’s ‘Call Me For The Weekend is a feel good party anthem to get started with the good times.
Human After All draw on the classic emo sounds of those great bands that have gone before; Taking Back Sunday, All American Rejects, Yellowcard. You know the score.
Taking cues from classic modern rock, Best Not Broken’s latest EP Falling In is a rich and emotive recording laced with uplifting tones and packed with instantly hummable tunes.
Crunchy and packed with tones and rhymes, Space Dragon’s The Nebulous Expression is a creative and expressive railroad ride of hip hop.
With the pop punch of a male Katy Perry and a side helping of skitteringly eccentric electronica, Kenny Fame’s ‘I Need U’ is incredibly fun, frenetic, and fanciful.
Les Pauls (‘The Pauls’, get it?) album Holy Land Revisited is a passionate collection of serious rock.
With haunting, glacial pianos, a ripping bass synth, and uplifting electronic elements, ‘Dreamer’ by Nellagy is a new piece of hip hop that plays with all the expected parts of the genre and delivers...
J.P. Kallio hails from Finland and makes folk music in Ireland. His latest album Read Between The Lines is a celtic infused collection of modern folk to warm the soul.
Dyanne Harvey harnesses the familiar tones of Sara Bareilles and Celine Dion and delivers her own brand of country tinged soft rock on her sophomore EP, Whiskey & Wine.