Out now, ‘Don’t Stop’ is the debut official single release from Scottish house music producer, Sweenz. Sweenz, the moniker of Titi Sweeney, from Fife, has been DJing and producing his own original music for some time now, and takes his inspiration from the powerhouse titans of dance music, such as Martin Garrix, and Steve Aoki.
New York artist Kira Rizavi brings soaring vocals along with warmth and positivity in her debut single, ‘Breathe Down’. The young singer-songwriter, who has been favourably compared to Diana Ross, and Rihanna, has already performed at Madison Square Garden, The Metropolitan Opera, and The Bitter End.
Earning her stripes touring as a backing vocalist for the likes of Rita Ora, Ella Eyre, Bebe Rexha and Martin Garrix rising singer/songwriter Natasha Marie Stewart, makes a beginning with her solo career with the release of debut single, ‘Speed Limit’, under the moniker NA•MA•STE. In conversation with her, she reveals the message behind the single, her influences, and the interesting story behind her stage name.
The pale hordes who descend on Whitby for the biannual Goth Weekend may just have found the perfect soundtrack for their journey.
With esteemed Cocteau Twins/This Mortal Coil producer John Fryer at the controls, York-based duo Mary and the Ram have come up with a modernist take on coffin-rattlers like Bauhaus, Love and Rockets and The Sisters of Mercy.
UK singer songwriter Julius Cowdrey could have chosen a different path in life. Coming from a famous sporting background where his father and grandfather both captained the England cricket team, Julius regardless discovered his talent and passion for music at a very young age whilst singing in the school choir. Now 23, he started writing songs at the age of 16.