London vocalist Kinnoha has a sexy and smooth release with her song, ‘Hot Sauce’. Released just in time for Valentine’s Day, it’s a laid back languid track which teases the listener with her repeated refrain of “hot sauce”.Continue reading »
Antony Alexander is an electronic producer, based in Kent. His debut single, ‘I Feel Alive’, is set for release on 2 March.Continue reading »
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly’s first album in four years, ‘Young Adult’ is out now on Xtra Mile Recordings.
With the immediate release of two brand new singles, ‘Adults’ and ‘Always’, and the promise of live appearances to come, Sam Duckworth and his cape-crusading nom-de-plume is back.
Though sonically worlds-apart, both tracks are wrapped-up in the thoughtful lyricism and cerebral arrangements that hallmark the many treasures of Get Cape Wear Cape’s rich and varied trove.
Tally Spear is a folk/pop writer & singer, born and raised in London. Her latest single, ‘Just Don’t Know’, is out now and is available on all platforms.Continue reading »
Adam Ant’s choice of support for both his North American and UK tours, Glam Skanks are no strangers to our regular readers. So it was bittersweet to read that original member and co-founder Ali Cat was leaving for greener pastures. It’s not all bad news however, as Vanessa Von Lust is taking up the mantle as lead singer of the glitter rock band.Continue reading »
After an email interview and several years of talking back and forth on social media, Lisa finally got the opportunity to meet and talk to Canadian singer songwriter Josh Taerk, at the O2 Academy Islington, during his UK tour to promote his new EP, ‘Stages’.Continue reading »
‘Mr Perfect’ is the latest track from The Tailormade, who we first came across back in 2015. Comprising Jack Frimston, Matt Pickersgill, and Aaron Murphy, the indie-pop trio are currently in the midst of their ‘Coffee House Sessions’ Tour, and will be performing in London on Friday 19 January, at Queen Mary University and University College London, and Sunday 21st, at Camden Market (3pm) and Paper Dress Vintage, Hackney at 6.30pm.Continue reading »
The stars were out at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Friday night, 12 January, as well as a sold out audience of all ages, who’d come from everywhere to Celebrate David Bowie, 2 years and 2 days to the day of his death.Continue reading »
Hailing from East London, singer songwriter Mark Walder, who’s been inspired by the likes of Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, and John Lennon, has recently released his new single, ‘When I’m Gone’. The track is available now via all major digital platforms.Continue reading »
London singer songwriter Hugo Valentine has played the piano since the age of 4 and was trained classically. This early immersion saw him work in many different musical genre, and three years ago started writing in his current style of piano-based pop, with diverse influences ranging from Elton John, David Bowie, Billy Joel, and Queen, to Radiohead, Tom Odell, and Mika, among others.Continue reading »
Based in West London, singer songwriter and abstract artist Freeman released his new single, ‘Good Times’ today. It’s out on Catapult Records, and is the follow up to his recent debut, ‘Lay On’.Continue reading »
Kip Moore brought his ‘Slowheart’ tour to London last week as he performed a sold out gig at Sheperds Bush O2, as part of the Country Music Week. From early in the day the queues outside the venue grew as UK Country fans vied for the best spot in what would be a packed venue. More proof, if proof were needed, that Country Music is as popular as ever in the UK. In fact at the very time Kip performed, just yards away at Bush Hall, “Whispering” Bob Harris would be announcing the line up for Country2Country 2018, the UK’s only multi day Country Music festival.Continue reading »
Back in July we introduced you to Simon Baum, and his charity single, ‘London’, released to raise funds for the London Bridge attack, and the Grenfell Tower disaster. Simon’s back with his new single, ‘Nothing’, as well as a beautiful video.Continue reading »
Before you are issued with a licence to become a London taxicab driver, you have to pass The Knowledge, a rigorous test of the driver’s familiarity with a number of pre-set London street routes and places of interest. A London cabbie will know how to get in and out of traffic jams, the shortest route, the most scenic route, and so on. It might seem like your driver is taking you on a circuitous route, but you know you’ll get there, because your driver has The Knowledge. Similarly, ‘The Knowledge’, from Squeeze, takes a rather winding route from the opening song, ‘Innocence In Paradise’, to final song, ‘Two Forks’, but we get there in the end.Continue reading »
The world’s biggest and best rock band, Foo Fighters, have announced three massive UK Stadium shows next summer, hot on the heels of their acclaimed number one album ‘Concrete and Gold’.Continue reading »
Indie pop artist Jamie Mathias released his new album, ‘The Great Escape LP’ today, following the success of his EP release in 2015, which in turn led to huge success on his YouTube channel.Continue reading »