Pop Artist Fenris Releases Latest Single, ‘Echoes’

Fenris is a pop singer songwriter and avid gamer whose sound takes much from the music of the 1980s. His latest single, ‘Echoes’, is inspired by the video game ‘Bloodborne’, and the storyline for the game worked well with his own personal life experiences.

  • 15
    Shares

Delena’s ‘SOS’ Proves That She Is Well On Her Way Towards Stardom!

In the current climate, releasing new music is one of the few avenues for artists and musicians to a) be heard, b) build a fanbase and c) try and make a modest income from their work. One lady doing just this is Delena who has recently released her new single ‘S.O.S.’. 

  • 15
    Shares

Chicago Deep House Producer DJ D.O.C. Releases Latest Single, ‘Feeling Lonely’

Going through a breakup is hard, and even more so when it’s in the middle of a global pandemic such as we’re currently experienced. ‘Feeling Lonely’ is the latest single from deep house producer, DJ D.O.C., and it’s been written to help anyone who’s been through a relationship split.

  • 15
    Shares

Pablo Osorio Releases Latest Single, ‘Solo Pienso En Ti’

‘Solo Pienso En Ti’ is the most recent single from Mexican pop singer, Pablo Osorio. The track was written in the wake of a relationship’s end, and sees Osorio contemplating what mistakes he made in the relationship, and where he could have done better.

  • 15
    Shares

Iván Ortega Releases Latest Single ‘Por la Calle’

Iván Ortega has written his latest single, ‘Por la Calle’, as a reaction to the division we are seeing in modern society, and hopes with his song to get across the joy of dancing and celebrating in the streets, and the unity that comes with it.

  • 15
    Shares

Telquist Offer Us A ‘Taste’ With New Video

Telquist’s latest single, ‘Taste’, comes with a music video which shows the group underwater yet somehow still able to perform and  go about their everyday business, having beers, chatting, just having a good time…just…under water.

  • 15
    Shares

AJ Smith – ‘Billy Joel’

AJ Smith isn’t trying to be Billy Joel in his song of the same name. It’s not even a tribute to the man himself, really, but rather, in the tradition of Eric Church’s ‘Springsteen’, or Taylor Swift’s ‘Tim McGraw’, it’s a song that alludes to a famous singer with an equally distinctive sound.

  • 15
    Shares

Nuke The Soup – ‘Oceans and Mountains’ 

Nuke The Soup has been on our radar for a couple of years now, the project headed Baltimore songwriter Mark Davison, who creates gritty and dynamic songs to share his deeply held beliefs on the Earth, humanity, and often complex intersection of the two.

  • 15
    Shares

Pennan Brae – ‘Pay Dirt’ (Lyric Video)

Pennan Brae’s sound is steeped in the sound of classic American rock and blues, storytellers such as Muddy Waters, BB King, and Elmore James. He’s also influenced by the likes of Elton John, and the sounds of the 80s: in fact he describes himself as the kind of rocker who “travels back in time yet remains unmistakably contemporary”. He builds huge rock songs, based on three or four chords, and gives them a timeless classic quality, turning humour, nostalgia, pleasure and pain into intense pop-rock and piano-driven ballads.

  • 15
    Shares

Ethan Gold – ‘Our Love Is Beautiful’ 

The video for ‘Our Love Is Beautiful’, by Ethan Gold, features fans from all over the world singing Gold’s words, one at a time, in clips from their home countries. The faces of people both young, and old, energetic, and weary, weathered, and beautiful come together in a sequence that is somewhat mesmerising.

  • 15
    Shares

JHelix – ‘Baby Yellow (In A Dream)’

‘Baby Yellow’ (In A Dream)’ is the latest single from JHelix, and comes from his fevered musical imagination. The track sees the songwriter and producer take propulsive beats and pair them with the smoothest of psych guitar rhythms, which in combination with the dream experience music video, makes for a very pleasing few minutes away from our reality.

  • 15
    Shares

Psycho Village – ‘Unstoppable’

Austrian post-grunge rock band Psycho Village have been around for more than a decade, having been started in 2009 by lead singer Dani Wagner. They released their first ever single in 2013, which reached the top 10 on iTunes, and the top 40 in their homeland. By the time 2019 hit they’d played more than 15o shows all around the world, and signed with Pavement Entertainment in the US, Seven Us Media Group in Europe, and partnered with Sony for distribution.

  • 15
    Shares

Wai Lana – ‘Lay Me Down’

Yoga, wellness, meditation, and all round healthy lifestyle aficionado Wai Lana has provided inspiration for millions of people around the world, primarily through public tv’s longest running fitness series, which she created, directs, and hosts. As part of her lifestyle promotion, Wai Lana has released a new single and video, every year since 2015, to coincide with International Yoga Day. This year, while the world is in Covid-19 lockdown, she’s released perhaps the most inspirational and hopeful single of them all, ‘Lay Me Down’.

  • 15
    Shares

Natasha Heschélle Releases Video For Latest Single ‘Without Your Love’

The second single from actress Natasha Heschélle, ‘Without Your Love’ is a love ballad that is at the same time a full on dance groove. The track is the follow up to ‘Can’t Nobody Bring Me Down’, which she released earlier this year. ‘Without Your Love’ was written as a part of the Canadian TV series, ‘Zahara: The Return’, which can be seen on Amazon Prime.

  • 15
    Shares

British-Argentinian Pop Artist Victoria May Releases Debut Single, ‘Electricity’

‘Electricity’ is the debut single from British-Argentinian singer Victoria May. The track was released on June 28 via Capo Music UK, and is available to stream and download on all major digital streaming media.

  • 15
    Shares

Lauren Crosby, ft. Griffin Sherry – ‘Biloxi’

Set for release this Friday, July 3, ‘Biloxi’ is the latest track from Maine singer songwriter Lauren Crosby, and features guest vocals from Griffin Sherry of fellow Maine band, The Ghost Of Paul Revere.

  • 15
    Shares

Human Barbie – ‘Get A Life’

Christopher Leopold has been producing and playing music in bands around Los Angeles for a while now, and he currently fronts Human Barbie, from which he’s released his solo bedroom indie-pop album, ‘Get A Life’. The title track is, in the words of Leopold himself, a “snapshot of one person’s experience of confusion, sadness, and resolve.”

  • 15
    Shares

Astraea Taps Into A History Of Female-Centred Musical Heritage With ‘Nobody Loves Me Like You’

Astraea taps into a history of female-centred musical heritage with her latest release, ‘Nobody Loves Me Like You’. With another creative and stunning vocal line, production and arrangement, and instrumentation, Astraea ensures that the women to whom she owes her career are honoured.

  • 15
    Shares

The Imaginaries – ‘Revival’ And ‘Thinking ‘Bout You’

In the video for ‘Revival’, from duo The Imaginaries, Maggie McClure and Shane Henry play a pair of bank robbers in the Old West, who’ve tired of the nomadic lifestyle. They try and settle down to make an honest living, but nobody believes they can do it – especially not their constantly cigar chomping boss. Nonetheless, with quiet determination and a whole lot of talent, they manage to do it.

  • 15
    Shares

TripleYoThreat – ‘Always Lookin’ Fly As Fuck’

TripleYoThreat is a lucky man. He survived being rear-ended by a semi while he was riding his motorcycle, and shouldn’t even be walking, let alone releasing a new single. He also got in to study at UCLA, then dropped out – not once, but twice. On top of all that, he’s an Indian rapper – pretty unique! He’s certainly a “triple yo threat”, and the name is a good fit.

  • 15
    Shares

Please help us with running costs – donate here

%d bloggers like this: