Michigan native Jen Fodor threw caution to the wind, and packed up her life and moved to Los Angeles, to follow her dreams. The City of Angels is well known for taking young hopefuls and spitting them out the other side, but thankfully Jen is made of sterner stuff, and her immense creative vision and drive has seen her take on just about every role you can think of in the entertainment industry.
Singer-songwriter DANIEL left his hometown at an early age to dive into the music scene in London. With a sound he describes as, “pop-laced music with raw and honest lyrics”, he grew up listening to a wide range of genres, and cites his inspiration as coming from elements of the songs he listened to during that time, making him the artist he is today. DANIEL’s new single, ‘Want Me Back’, is filled with confidence, and is a sure-fire dancefloor hit.
AURORA has revealed her ethereal music video for latest single, ‘Giving In To The Love’. Since it’s premiere at 5pm BST, it has already surpassed 219k views on YouTube! Shot in Oslo and directed by AURORA herself, alongside Fill In Productions, it sees the Norwegian songstress dancing amongst nature, before seemingly giving a statue the magic touch of life.
Based in Liverpool, Daisy Gill is a singer songwriter who’s been learning music since she was 5, and at 11 she started writing songs. With her new single, ‘Nothing Out Of Me’, she’s standing up against all the misogyny and discrimination in the music business, and fighting for all the strong, confident, and intelligent women.
Hank Close, performing as Hank!, has played guitar for the past 20 years, and written music for 18 of those. Prior to branching out as a solo artist, he worked with the prog rock band Absent Boundaries, and the folk rock duo, Hank & Brendan. Now he’s on his own, and his debut solo album, ‘Guilty Pleasures (Are The Best Ones)’, was released last Friday, October 15. He dropped three singles before it, ‘Stupid Teens’, ‘Lady St.’, and the one we’re going to focus on, ‘Why Go’.
Katelyn Tarver has a new song out next week but I was lucky enough to get the chance to chat with her about her last release, ‘Nicer’, a song that reflects on the people pleasing tendencies that we all have sometimes and which has become almost an epidemic of non-confrontation leading us to bottle up all that angst.
Just because lockdowns are ending doesn’t mean that you have to start immediately going out again. You can still host some epic nights with your friends and family, and within that you can have the best possible movie night with the tips that we have for you in this article. Movie night is supposed to be fun, carefree and all about chilling out and enjoying the experience.
After performing with a few different bands, James Cole Burnett came back as GOD OF LOVE. He met producer Alex Bhore in 2019, who recorded and produced their second album, ‘Do Your Worst’. That LP is set for release on November 5, through Red Zeppelin Records, after the Covid-19 pandemic pushed it back for a year.
“Now you’ve met The London Boys, things seem good again” & “New York’s A Go-Go” As the David Bowie Estate launches Bowie 75, a year-long celebration marking David Bowie’s 75th birthday, with the openings of two curated experiential pop-up shops – one at the site of the earliest confirmed Ziggy Stardust sighting, and one in the adopted hometown where Bowie’s final album ★ (pronounced “Blackstar”) was created.