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Track Review: Fist Fight // C’est Karma

On her Facebook page C’est Karma describes herself as an “18 year old human being from Luxembourg making music for anyone who will listen.” The press release accompanying her new single ‘Fist Fight’ describes her as an “Alt-pop sorcerer” who “invites you into her fantastical world”.  Never one to turn down such an invitation, I […]Read More

Track Review: Silhouette Boy // The New Coast

As the release of The New Coast’s new EP draws ever closer, the duo return with their latest offering ‘Sillhouette Boy’, released today on 25th September. Its big sound and catchy hook help to create a track radiating a relentless summer feeling and with fantastic big-stage potential. It follows the recent release of the Kentish […]Read More

Blast From The Past: Honeymoon // Lana Del Rey

In 2017, Lana Del Rey took to Twitter to cryptically call on her followers to join her in putting a spell on Donald Trump. The move was as unexpected as much as it made complete sense. Known as one of music’s most enigmatic stars, her penchant for hexing was unsurprising. Dipping her toe into American politics, however? A […]Read More

Album Review: Middle Child // Eliza Jaye

Prior to listening to Middle Child I was unfamiliar with Eliza Jaye, so I approached the record with a curious mind. Forty minutes and eleven tracks later my curiosity was piqued further as I stepped out of the musical kaleidoscope I had just passed through. This album is a beautifully crafted, sometimes breathtaking, but undeniably […]Read More

Blast from the Past: Ten Thousand Fists // Disturbed

Ten Thousand Fists was the third studio album released on 20 September 2005 by American heavy metal band, Disturbed. This energetic and powerful band burst onto the scene in 2000 with their debut album The Sickness, which won them well-deserved recognition and landed them at number 20 on the Billboard 200 chart. Upon the release […]Read More

Track Review: Paradise // Molly.

Lancashire pop artist Molly. isn’t letting a pandemic get in the way of wistful thinking. Adding to her successful string of singles, she presents ‘Paradise’: a lock-down inspired track that offers 3 minutes of upbeat escapism. With bright and airy vocals (think Georgia meets Billie Eilish), spacey fade-ins, and pop-synth effects, ‘Paradise’ has all the […]Read More

Track Review: Undeniable // Lucas Nord

Get ready to fall in love with Lucas Nord’s ‘Undeniable’; a summer dance hit drenched in colourful energy. He is certainly cementing himself in the new school of indie-pop, with the likes of SG Lewis and Louis The Child. But with credits like working with cool girl Tove Lo already to his name, it is […]Read More

Track Review: Surrealist Dinner Party // Maddy Storm

In her first release since February’s ‘Dizzying Heights’, Maddy Storm returns in an electric blur with ’Surrealist Dinner Party’.  Setting the track in a Salvador Dalí inspired fantasy, Storm depicts a ball where guests dress according to their dreams. Exploring themes of alcohol and reliance on others, ‘Surrealist Dinner Party’ is a self-confessed “over-the-top” kaleidoscope […]Read More

Introducing: Mysie

Introducing: Mysie Hometown: South London Listen to: ‘Bones’, ‘Sweet Relief’, ‘Heartbeat’ As the worthy first winner of the Ivor Novello Rising Star Award, Mysie is certainly one to watch for the latter part of 2020 and beyond. It’s only a matter of time before Mysie’s bold, immersive music explodes in popularity.  Her latest single ‘Bones’ […]Read More

Album Review: Smile // Katy Perry

Exactly ten years ago, Katy Perry announced her arrival as a pop megastar with Teenage Dream. The album received mixed critical reviews on release but would go on to be nominated for seven Grammy Awards. Moreover, the album spawned five US number one singles, the second in history to achieve this honour, after Michael Jackson’s Bad […]Read More