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Music Review: LIZZ – No.2

Music Review: LIZZ – No.2

Coming off the back of an incredible 1,000,000 streams, radio listings & 9000 followers on Facebook – it comes as no surprise that artist, LIZZ has performed numerous live shows across Norway, having burst into the industry with shining talent. With uncertain times ahead for everyone, LIZZ has just released the highly-anticipated single ‘No.2’ – Continue reading Music Review: LIZZ – No.2

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

Polly Haynes: ‘Pulling Me Backwards’ is everything and more …

Polly Haynes: ‘Pulling Me Backwards’ is everything and more …

First thing is first. I am sat at 8:52 am in the morning, having just followed the same old morning routine of wearily munching my gluten-free cornflakes with the intent of flopping onto the sofa like a giraffe dropping down for a sunset rest and I have a spring in my slumber step. Why? I Continue reading Polly Haynes: ‘Pulling Me Backwards’ is everything and more …

Scarlett Notes Session 1: feeling in awe and at home with Jake Begley…

Scarlett Notes Session 1: feeling in awe and at home with Jake Begley…

It is here! The first post for the Scarlett Notes Session; and what better singer-songwriter, guitarist and musical mastermind to kick us off than Jake Begley himself! Lucky aren’t we? We discuss all things songwriting related in regard to Jake’s latest EP, The Dark Hedges, bursting at the seams with production, writing and deep thought Continue reading Scarlett Notes Session 1: feeling in awe and at home with Jake Begley…

In Side In Vain: hauntingly fantastic and a fusion like no other…

  I am sat in Gail’s Bakery on Portabello Road, alone and having devoured a panini. Although, I wouldn’t know this because I have lost myself in the powerful, emotive and rich sound of Jazz fusion band, Raz’s newest masterpiece; In Side In Vain. ‘98% instrumental, 2% vocal, Raz’s music is a blend of Jazz, Continue reading In Side In Vain: hauntingly fantastic and a fusion like no other…