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Interview: Jake Pursey on Filming Music Videos and More…

Interview: Jake Pursey on Filming Music Videos and More…

Making videos is JUST as important as making music, right? I caught up with Jake Pursey who is doing an incredible job at making these videos happen for musicians and any individual who is in need of a high-quality and stylistic masterpiece! When did you start wanting to film and create videos? Were music videos Continue reading Interview: Jake Pursey on Filming Music Videos and More…

Interview: Catching up with Raz and All Things Music

Interview: Catching up with Raz and All Things Music

Back with the nothing but the best, I caught up with Raz to discuss all things music and find out what’s next for the up and coming trio! Grab a cuppa, put those feet up and enjoy this short read…  Hey guys! You’ve been a huge part of the creative process for Headache, composing parts Continue reading Interview: Catching up with Raz and All Things Music

Back for Good (Scarlett Notes Reviews)

Back for Good (Scarlett Notes Reviews)

Hello hello hello! It’s been a long time, hasn’t it? My G-mail inbox is bursting with amazing submissions that I am eager to review. If you’ve been in contact, I have saved every enquiry or press pack. Due to 2019 rolling off some particularly tricky old life events, Scarlett Notes had to take a quiet Continue reading Back for Good (Scarlett Notes Reviews)

Review: Mark Daly Releases New Single, ‘Without You’

Review: Mark Daly Releases New Single, ‘Without You’

Listen here: Highly talented singer and songwriter, Mark Daly released a new single, ‘Without You’ towards the end of April. Scarlett Notes takes a look at what makes this hard-rock ballad a winner.  Bursting onto the music scene as Mark Daly’s third track from his impressive album, ‘When The Stars Align’, ‘Without You’ has been labelled as Continue reading Review: Mark Daly Releases New Single, ‘Without You’

Review: Brion Starr With Single, The Heart Is A Loaded Gun …

Review: Brion Starr With Single, The Heart Is A Loaded Gun …

Scarlett Notes discusses STARR, psych-rock singer and songwriter originally based in NYC, who has just released their newest track, The Heart Is A Loaded Gun.  Listen here:  STARR has been sprinkling music magic across the industry for a little while and now the singer and songwriter has made musical waves with the newest song, The Continue reading Review: Brion Starr With Single, The Heart Is A Loaded Gun …

Review: Fick As Fieves And Their Newest Release, Solace By Your Side …

Review: Fick As Fieves And Their Newest Release, Solace By Your Side …

Scarlett Notes discusses indie-rock band, Fick as Fieves hailing from Aldeburgh, Suffolk and their newest release, Solace By Your Side.   Listen here:  Having been on the music scene for some time, it comes as no surprise that Fick as Fieves are soaring through the music circuit at the moment. And now, with their newest track, Continue reading Review: Fick As Fieves And Their Newest Release, Solace By Your Side …

Radio: Loxley’s Corner, Live Session

Radio: Loxley’s Corner, Live Session

Scarlett Notes discusses the exciting, positive and down-to-earth experience of performing a live session and enjoying an interview on Actual Radio Colchester’s show, Loxley’s Corner.  On first glance, Actual Radio Colchester appears to be placed within a sweet and quaint townhouse, snug in the centre of the town. Mum and I have arrived at the Continue reading Radio: Loxley’s Corner, Live Session

Premiere Review: Watercolours Covers Ultimate Contemporary Classic, Tove Lo’s ‘Stay High’

Premiere Review: Watercolours Covers Ultimate Contemporary Classic, Tove Lo’s ‘Stay High’

Listen here:    It has to be said that this is a corker of a cover. Dream-pop influenced band, Watercolours ace the modern classic, ‘Stay High’ with the lyrics sounding edgier than ever with an irresistible indie vibe. Originating from Bristol, the upcoming band consists of Vocalist and guitarist, Conal Kelly, bassist and keyboardist, Matt Continue reading Premiere Review: Watercolours Covers Ultimate Contemporary Classic, Tove Lo’s ‘Stay High’