In a world with so much credence on blurring the lines of diversity, Jonny Dee has offered us a refreshing understanding of how the realm of psychedelic hip-hop may hold the key to understanding ‘The Human Experience‘. With brewing anticipation from the premiere of his debut music video for ‘The Man Who Fell From the Sky’ reaching full… Read More Jonny Dee became “The Man Who Fell From The Sky
There’s not a corner of this world that music can’t reach, Pat and the Pros are proof of that. Hailing from a remote part of the Indian Ocean, Réunion Island’s Patrice Pouzet is surrounded by the kind of scenery which only exists in holiday brochures and photoshopped desktop backgrounds, yet he has single-mindedly forged a music career completely at… Read More Sixty Seconds on Songwriting with Pat and the Pros
At just 13-years-old, Hitha is bidding to be the next young starlet. The Californian singer-songwriter has recently released ‘Standing Up With Pride’, a pop romp which delivers a message of positivity. We speak to Hitha to find out where she finds the inspiration for her upbeat pop. What’s your single ‘Standing Up With Pride’ about?… Read More Sixty Seconds on Songwriting with Hitha
Take the soft croons of James Vincent McMorrow, the cinematic atmospherics of Sufjan Stevens, and the gut-wrenching storytelling of Bon Iver, and you’ll have the essence of Harp Samuels’ devastatingly tender slow burners. With his sophomore record in the pipeline, we catch up with the Australian songwriter to find out what went on behind the studio doors… Describe your music in five… Read More Sixty Seconds on Songwriting with Harp Samuels
We’re not sure what’s more intriguing about George Swan the legend that he was ‘born in an unspecified swamp and raised by alligators’ or that his musical pseudonym is Big Dik Blak. Either way, we figured the Canadian songwriter might have some interesting things to say about his brand of ‘swamp rock’. We catch sixty seconds with the… Read More Sixty Seconds on Songwriting with George Swan
From Guildford to Rio, Mosaic are adding their stamp to the British indie-rock circuit with their track ‘Rio’. Based in Newbury, Mosaic are throwing it back to the party anthems of yore and providing a contemporary take on sounds that any indie veteran will recognize. The bouncing rhythms and linear guitar melodies will instantly be… Read More Mosaic take a trip to ‘Rio’ with new pop driven track.
Four piece Norwegian band The Nave Blues have a sound that takes what you love about traditional blues rock and alternative rock and melded it together, all apparent in track ‘Possess You’. The blues revivalists who have already covered and released what is considered an epic rendition of Led Zeppelin’s ‘Thank You’ are showing they… Read More The Nave Blues attempt to ‘Possess you’ with their take on the classic blues.