Sixty Seconds on Songwriting with Alice’s Night Circus

Juggling a smorgasbord of influences with a pop sensibility, Alice’s Night Circus walks the tightrope between her theatrical world and the mainstream sound-du-jour. Like Panic! At The Disco who married debauchery and cabaret with pop prowess, and Muse who converted a fascination for space into cabinets of album awards, ringmaster Julia Scott is attempting to… Read More Sixty Seconds on Songwriting with Alice’s Night Circus

Sixty Seconds on Songwriting with Adam Lanceley

If a songwriter is only as effective as the stories they tell, Adam Lanceley will have his songs etched into your mind in no time. His latest album Epitaph to Innocence is his seventh to date, despite suffering life-changing injuries from a car crash many years ago. Against all odds, Adam not only proved them wrong but has… Read More Sixty Seconds on Songwriting with Adam Lanceley

Harp Samuels grieves on haunting new track ‘Breathe’

Australian born singer/ songwriter Harp Samuels is back with his latest track ‘Breathe’, from the upcoming album of the same name.  ‘Breathe’ was written in the aftermath of his father’s passing, using his grief as the emotional motivator of his spiritual awakening. The song begins mellow, before climaxing in an intimate outpouring of raw emotion. The… Read More Harp Samuels grieves on haunting new track ‘Breathe’

Sixty Seconds on Songwriting with Lady Geraldine

Often, the most captivating storytellers have survived the greatest tragedies. This couldn’t ring more true of  Lady Geraldine, an artist who has triumphed over a lifetime of heartbreak in order to deliver her most recent masterpiece ‘Little Miss Blue’. The Scottish singer spent her former years profoundly deaf until an operation in her early twenties partially recovered her hearing.… Read More Sixty Seconds on Songwriting with Lady Geraldine

Adam Lanceley deals with themes of hardship and depression in confessional material

Adam Lanceley is a London-based singer songwriter who fuses the trauma of his past with a hopefulness that only music can inspire, foster and flower. A car accident at the age of 10 left him unable to walk and talk, but over the years he has gradually recovered and is moving forward, with music as… Read More Adam Lanceley deals with themes of hardship and depression in confessional material

Kalibé – The Sounds of Planet Earth

“a place where musicians from very different cultures and backgrounds play music which, though perhaps alien in origin, comes together to create an almost overwhelmingly life-affirming sound.” It is with great pleasure I get to write about Kalibe, a singer-songwriter from Brazil who sings straight from the heart, producing some of the most beautiful, traditionally… Read More Kalibé – The Sounds of Planet Earth