NEW VIDEO: Rachael Sage Reveals New Video ‘Deepest Dark’

The remarkable poet-meets-songwriter Rachael Sage returns with the sweeping, heartfelt “Deepest Dark” from her full-length studio album “The Other Side”. A harmonious combination of gentle Americana, velvety vocals and thoughtful lyrics on friendship, this mellow number is a stand-out track. With a subtly melodic hook seeping throughout and stripped-back acoustic instrumentation, Sage is simplifying what she does best. 

MattO Gives Voice To The Voiceless With New Single, ‘Reeling’

MattO’s songs have an immediate effect, and the sound stays with the listener long after they’ve pressed stop. The singer songwriter has made it his mission to sing about the real things in his life, things that everyone can relate to; the issues and emotions that matter to us all. With his new single and video, ‘Reeling’, MattO brings his astute social commentary to the fore, in a way which speaks to everyone, as we all look for answers in this crazy troubled world.

Martha And The Muffins Examine Gun Violence In Their Moving Cover Of The Buffalo Springfield Classic, ‘For What It’s Worth’

With their latest release, a cover of Buffalo Springfield’s 1966 classic, ‘For What It’s Worth’, Martha and the Muffins imbue Stephen Stills’ poignant lyrics with a treatment that’s slower, darker, and more relevant than ever. Back in the 60s, gun violence was something that was shocking, rare, and unacceptable; somehow along the way it’s become so much a part of every day life, that people barely look up when they hear of or see it. Martha and the Muffins are aware of this shift, and see it for what it is: a blight on society, “a perverse virus perpetuated by hypocrites mouthing their meaningless recitations of ‘thoughts and prayers'”.