Tags : singer songwriter

Track Review: 21 // Flo Gallop

Flo Gallop, a 22-year-old upcoming singer/songwriter, has held onto the comfort of music during lockdown; she’s written music as an emotional outlet, continuing to hold free virtual gigs via Instagram and music venue sites. Her debut single ’21’ was released last month. Born and bred in South-East London, Flo was raised around music; influenced by her […]Read More

Blast From The Past: Catching a Tiger // Lissie

Despite the impact of a global pandemic, 2020 has seen some quality new music releases. So why choose to review a ten year old album which only received moderate chart success on initial release? Lissie has marked the ten year anniversary of her debut album with a haunting new single ‘Just Because I Can’. The […]Read More

Live Review: Lennon Stella // O2 Shepherd’s Bush London

Following her band’s small introduction, Lennon Stella walks on to the stage with nothing but her guitar and an infectious smile. With such a strong stage presence, it’s hard to believe that the singer/songwriter is only 20 years old. Whilst opening the set with new track ‘Black Light‘ might seem an unusual choice, it was […]Read More

Premiere: Let’s Go To The Beach // Sophie Longshaw

Sophie Longshaw is a twenty-year-old singer-songwriter from Sheffield (based in London) premiering her track ‘Let’s Go To The Beach’ today on The Indiependent. Inspired by her trips to the North East coast when she was younger, Sophie penned the track when she was struggling with illness near her eighteenth birthday, and wanted to cheer herself […]Read More

Track Review: Motionless // Eddy Bayes

‘Motionless’ is the first single from Drama Queen, the second album from Nashville-based Brit, Eddy Bayes. Following up his debut album, 2013’s Miscellaneous, Bayes’ first single takes his music one step further in terms of tasteful playing and subtle inflections. His measured falsetto conjures that seemingly discordant sense of sadness and warmth at the same […]Read More

Track Review: Think About It // Ryan Jarvis

Having supported the likes of fellow Mancs The Courteeners on their sold out Christmas 2015 tour and scoring a Top 30 on iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts, Ryan Jarvis’ latest single invites us to really think about it – ‘it’ being the talent the 21 year old possesses as both a performer and a songwriter. Unlike his previous single […]Read More

Album Review: Stop The Moment // Kelvin Jones

Have you heard of Kelvin Jones? You should have. The 20-year-old singer/songwriter from Stevenage has been turning a few heads as of lately, going from busking, to selling out venues on the European mainland, touring with James Morrison, and winning ‘Best Newcomer’ at the British Urban Music Awards in 2015. This, his debut album, is […]Read More

Track Review: The Velvet Rope // Daniel Peterson

‘The Velvet Rope’ is the second single to come from Daniel Peterson‘s upcoming debut album Welcome To My House, Bumblebee. The Australian-born musician follows on from his Strawberry Blonde EP with another pop-fused alternative track that, with its more refined sound, seems ready made for chart success and club remixes. Accompanied by an exquisitely stylish and hypnotic […]Read More

Track Review: On My One // Jake Bugg

After an extended period of quiet, dropping few hints about his new record, Jake Bugg’s unforeseen return occurred on the 16th of February. ‘On My One’ is dark, sparsely accompanied and a concise two minutes and fifteen seconds in length. Though he has touched on this sound before with songs such as ‘Strange Creatures’ and […]Read More

EP Review: Soft Pink // Kate Epps

Kate Epps is a singer-songwriter from London who writes ‘self conscious pop songs’. Influenced by a variety of artists including Kathleen Hanna and PJ Harvey, she started playing open-mic nights around London, earning a steady fanbase. She released the Soft Pink EP last October, a heartfelt collection of bedroom demos about growing up. ‘Smile’ is […]Read More

Single Review: Take Me Old // Daudi Matsiko

Daudi Matsiko is a unique singer-songwriter who has recently released his EP The Lingering Effects of Disconnection. Music has served as a therapeutic outlet, comforting him through the troubles life had thrown his way, and leading to the development of his sincere and heartfelt musical style. Aside from regularly busking in and around Nottingham, he has […]Read More

Track Review: Glitter and Gold // Barns Courtney

‘Glitter and Gold’ is a distinctive new track by the remarkably talented singer/songwriter, Barns Courtney. As the song launches into its opening lyrics; ‘I am flesh and I am bone// Rise up, ting ting, like glitter and gold’, and the heavy beat is introduced, it is clear that this is going to be a first-rate track. Barns […]Read More

Track Review: Bird // Billie Marten

Ethereal, haunting, and delicate, ‘Bird’ by Billie Marten is a sensational single. At just sixteen years old, Billie sings with the weight and emotion of a soul much older than her own. The North Yorkshire lass has just released her latest EP ‘Ribbon’, which she wrote whilst juggling her GCSEs. She has supported Lucy Rose […]Read More