Equally melancholic and joyous, Nina Kotova’s Cello Suites are balm for the soul.
Monthly Archive: August 2014
If David Lynch and Fatboy Slim got drunk and decided to make a song for a Saturday morning kids’ show, there is every possibility it might turn out something like this.
Equal parts brutal and beautiful, Arkos’ Reflected is brooding, colourful, and creative in ways that new music really should be.
Don’t panic! If you’re looking for a sassy reworking of the Donna Summer classic ‘Hot Stuff’, Emma Constance has got it covered.
With all the eighties darkness of Depeche Mode and the Cure, Blood Sugar Summer’s style is deliciously synthtastic.
Grab a can of Lilt, sit back, and enjoy some sunshine from the hands of Sono Vero.
True blue rock and roll right here, so don’t you go nowhere. Sam Haiman Band’s grooves are tight, with a grittiness that leaves a satisfying aftertaste.
Positive, upbeat, and filled with sounds that will cheer you up this summer, Stellar’s latest track, ‘Fight For Love’ is one of the happiest electronic pop song’s you’ll hear today.
Perfect Mark’s blend of pop rock balances smooth vocals with a good helping of grit.
Amen Alibi could well be time travellers, bringing their instruments with them from forty years ago to make use of the modern recording technology that is now so readily available.