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Music Video Review: Sertraline – Inside Out

Music Video Review: Sertraline – Inside Out

Leading the way for their upcoming EP release ‘Clouded Minds & Silver Lines’ (due for digital release on 15th May), progressive melodic metal phenomenon, Sertraline are hitting the ground running with their music video for ‘Inside Out’. The video is majorly fresh and exciting, with a minimal backdrop to focus all concentration onto the band Continue reading Music Video Review: Sertraline – Inside Out

Music Review: Ollie Trevers – #IKYK

Music Review: Ollie Trevers – #IKYK

Hailing from London, Ollie Trevers brings us his new release ‘#IKYK’ to the table. Inspired by genres such as Blues & Psychadelic Rock, #IKYK is the definition of feel-good with a raw narrative exploring a ‘relationship in its genesis and still rather confused’. Bringing a slice of contemporary edge into the mix, the sound of Continue reading Music Review: Ollie Trevers – #IKYK

Music Review: Psyrena – Angels Never Sleep

Music Review: Psyrena – Angels Never Sleep

Psyrena, a highly-creative upcoming artist with an edge like no other and a skill for electronic art-pop, blends electronic production and sharp songwriting to create euphoric single, Angels Never Sleep. With the delicate flow of vocal pedal notes entwined with cleverly-produced spoken lyrics, Angels Never Sleep is the perfect dance track to lose yourself to. Continue reading Music Review: Psyrena – Angels Never Sleep

Music Review: Green Dolphin – Notebook Comicstrip

Music Review: Green Dolphin – Notebook Comicstrip

Green Dolphin is an upcoming lo-fi indie band set for success with tracks like Notebook Comicstrip within their mighty repertoire.  Having released their EP Bedtime Stories in 2019, the fourpiece have received exposure from the likes of Discovered Magazine and BBC Introducing, whilst setting off on their first ever UK tour during last summer. Notebook Continue reading Music Review: Green Dolphin – Notebook Comicstrip

Music Review: Fake Swans – Foster

Music Review: Fake Swans – Foster

Fake Swans are an upcoming alt-rock band that I am all over right now. Starting out in 2014, the foursome has continuously progressed from one industry success to the next. After the release of ‘Sorry’ in 2018, Fake Swans have spent the last year gigging in venues such as Notting Hill Arts Club and more. Continue reading Music Review: Fake Swans – Foster

Music Review: Dom Louis – Dream On My Baby

Music Review: Dom Louis – Dream On My Baby

Dom Louis, a talented Canadian singer-songwriter, clearly flourishes when the pen hits the paper… Not only does Louis’ overall sound acquire an acoustic indie-folk feel that’s accompanied by the tender touch of the harmonica in single, ‘Dream On My Baby’, but it sets the scene with its atmospheric undertone. Having previously written a bundle of Continue reading Music Review: Dom Louis – Dream On My Baby

Review: Myriad Show What They’re Made Of With Single, Start Again

Review: Myriad Show What They’re Made Of With Single, Start Again

Listen Here:  If you’ve been needing a punchy and outgoing indie number for your morning jog, look no further my music friend. Myriad is here to save the day with their brill track, Start Again. Based in Southampton, Myriad is comprised of David, OJ, August and Jared. This upcoming four-piece band are swimming in the Continue reading Review: Myriad Show What They’re Made Of With Single, Start Again

Review: Sylvette’s Sound Is Truly Unforgettable With Their Hit-worthy Track, Memories …

Review: Sylvette’s Sound Is Truly Unforgettable With Their Hit-worthy Track, Memories …

Listen here:  Prior to discovering Sylvette, I truly hadn’t heard of the genre, Art-rock. But now, having gladly and intrinsically listened to the Manchester-based five-piece,  I am hooked. Particularly by their out-of-this-world track, Memories. Here’s why … With the impressive influence of absolute legends such as Radiohead, Jeff Buckley and Neutral Milk Hotel, Sylvette cleverly Continue reading Review: Sylvette’s Sound Is Truly Unforgettable With Their Hit-worthy Track, Memories …