With their jangly guitars and unique brand of progressive country, Soles of Passion are back with another collection of feel good tunes on Bump Me Up.
Monthly Archive: September 2016
If you happen to be a musician, particularly a guitarist who owns a variety of effects pedals, you may have at some point experimented with running pre recorded music through them to see what...
Scott Smith’s music is understated but self assured, with a slight Celtic lilt to be found in the use of acoustic guitar and violin on the opening instrumental that sets the tone for the...
There’s a distinct lack of ukelele-punk-folk, so with that in mind it can only be a good thing that Angus Crowne is here to fill that void.
The Seattle singer songwriter drops her FIVE EP, a collection of fresh pop sounds that lean towards EDM and self described as “emotional art music”.
‘Emily’ kicks the EP off, introducing the band’s sound with unassuming clarity, sitting somewhere between the soul of Amy Winehouse and the daring bravado of Fleetwood Mac.
With joyful harmonies and a bright, fresh feel, Sweet Sweet’s In Tandem is the perfect sound for that moment when we begin to shift the seasons from summer to autumn.
A curious hybrid of style and sound, Crooked Eye Tommy releases to the wild the musical chimera that is Butterflies & Snakes.