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Richard Lynch – Cut And Paste

Richard Lynch has a signature sound, which draws on those classic country tones that are warming to the soul. On ‘Cut and Paste’, the time-tested country sounds are juxtaposed with lyrics that bring things...

Bruce Cohen – Four BC

Kicking off with opening track ‘Haus’, Bruce Cohen’s latest release Four BC hits out hard with a fierce beat that grabs the attention immediately. Without much hesitation, we are sent headfirst into a dizzying spiral...

Lara Mrgic – Shades

Minimalist and packed with emotional depth, ‘Shades’ is an ideal entry point to Lara Mrgic’s sound. Underpinned with a sparse beat and wide backdrop of sprawling tones, it’s the kind of track you might...

Kev Scott – The Loved Ones

From the opening moments of Kev Scott’s The Loved Ones, there is a striking sense that something special is about to unfold. Kicking off with the title track itself, Scott’s music immediately sets itself out...

Free From Gravity – Step Into The Sunlight

Free From Gravity – Step Into The Sunlight

Hailing from Portsmouth, Free From Gravity’s album Step Into The Sunlight is a true reflection of the band’s commitment to delivering big songs that are packed with a distinctively British sound. Lead single ‘The Long...

Across The Board – Don’t Drag Me Down

Across The Board – Don’t Drag Me Down

For International Women’s Day, female fronted Canadian rock band Across The Board have released ‘Don’t Drag Me Down’ into the wild. What’s not to like? Short and to the point, coming in at under...

Madelyn Victoria – Hold On

Madelyn Victoria – Hold On

Hailing from the deep south of Texas, Madelyn Victoria’s songwriting career started when she was just 13 years old. Unsurprisingly, her music features a healthy dose of country, with her vocal truly drenched in...

Scott Beaton – Eclectic Soup

Scott Beaton – Eclectic Soup

Scott Beaton’s Eclectic Soup is a rich haze of experimental moments which all interlock to create a coherent whole. Making use of spoken samples, mashed up and contorted, and pitching them against strong bass melodies...

HwH – Distant Echoes

HwH – Distant Echoes

Bursting out of the speakers with all kinds of surprises, HwH’s Distant Echoes brings together aspects of psych, blues, and good old fashioned rock and roll. Kicking off with ‘Walls’, the dreamy, swirling organ is...

Julian Kelly – Fish of Plenty

Julian Kelly – Fish of Plenty

When trying to communicate effectively, it’s often best to say something as concisely as possible. Why use a lot of words and cause confusion, when a few will do to get your point across?...