Ocean Alley, ‘Happy Sad’ – Single Review

Ocean Alley, ‘Happy Sad’ – Single Review

Australian band Ocean Alley have released their brand-new single ‘Happy Sad’, it’s over five minutes long and have got to say it actually sounds really good. They are a six-piece band from Sydney, Australia. Happy Sad is one of those songs that captivates your interest within the first 15-20 seconds because it sounds like something you probably haven’t heard before and combines rock and reggae in a smooth combination. Also, it isn’t everyday that you…

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AG, ‘Warped Minds’ – Single Review

AG, ‘Warped Minds’ – Single Review

Leeds based ambient production duo ag. (not a typo) have released their debut single Warped Minds. For fans of the electronic style of Bonobo and Four Tet, ag. is comprised of Ross Quinn and Andrew Goddard who have each achieved considerable success retrospectively in their dj endeavours worldwide. Simultaneously comforting and melancholic, Warped Minds is about the need to return home to family when there is nowhere else to go. With the current economic climate and…

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Mura Masa Feat Nao, ‘Complicated’ – Single Review

Mura Masa Feat Nao, ‘Complicated’ – Single Review

Innovative UK producer Mura Masa, aka Alex Crossan, is reunited with East Londoner Nao in their latest single Complicated released through Polydor Records. After the success of their previous collab Firefly, released on Mura Masa’s debut self-titled album last summer, it’s no surprise the two have joined forces to make more of that groovy electro funk sound we love. The track’s jangly tribal acoustics have a typical Masa feel whilst Nao’s honey-fused voice transforms an unsurprising pop love…

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Million Miles, ‘Honey’ – Single Review

Million Miles, ‘Honey’ – Single Review

French artist Sophie Baudry, better known by her stage name, Million Miles, has released a video for her new single ‘Honey’ and it’s already making waves. The video was directed by Tom Ewbank, a British director who has directed music for numerous years and has made music videos for Lauv, Aka George and Jordan Rakei to name but a few. ‘Honey’ is an incredible song to say the least and Sophie’s voice is as hypnotic…

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Marshmello and Bastille, ‘Happier’ – Single Review

Marshmello and Bastille, ‘Happier’ – Single Review

The faceless ‘face’ of dance music, Marshmello, has dropped yet another unexpected but welcome collaboration. This time he’s taken a band known for being genreless, Bastille but who find themselves labelled as pop, indie and rock, however in ‘Happier’, he’s managed to keep that Bastille charm, yet transform their sound just a little bit. Marshmello is coming off the back of a slew of massive collabs with Logic, Khalid, Anne Marie and Selena Gomez, as…

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Emma Blackery, ‘Take Me Out’ – Single Review

Emma Blackery, ‘Take Me Out’ – Single Review

Youtuber-turned-pop star Emma Blackery has released a new single Take Me Out through RWG Records, taken from her upcoming album Villains, due out at the end of this month, August 31st. Full to the brim with sass, Take Me Out is shiny pop at its best. Produced by legend Toby Scott, who has worked with the likes of Little Mix and Girls Aloud, the track features an infectious chorus and an upbeat note of optimism…

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Pale Wave, ‘Eighteen’ – Single Review

Pale Wave, ‘Eighteen’ – Single Review

‘I was eighteen when I met you, poured my heart out and spilled my whole truth’. Manchester’s Pale Waves, an indie-pop quartet that are taking the world by absolute storm, are back with their latest single ‘Eighteen’. Debuted as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World Right Now on BBC Radio 1, ‘Eighteen’ is a triumphant song taking you, as well as lead singer Heather Baron Gracie, on an absolute nostalgia trip through your first…

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Maggie Roger, ‘Give A Little’ – Single Review

Maggie Roger, ‘Give A Little’ – Single Review

From being ‘discovered’ by Pharell with her viral hit ‘Alaska’ to the massive hit ‘On and Off Again’, Maggie Rogers is no stranger to producing tracks with new and interesting sounds. Her latest track, ‘Give A Little’, is no exception to the rule. It kicks off with a blend of folk strings and synth beats before Roger’s distinctive vocals are overlayed. Rogers is an artist with an ear for the unique, the bizarre and things that shouldn’t work…

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CHVRCHES ft. Wednesday Campanella, ‘Out Of My Head’ – Single Review

CHVRCHES ft. Wednesday Campanella, ‘Out Of My Head’ – Single Review

Hot off of the release of their third full-length album Love Is Dead, Scottish synth/pop trio CHVRCHES has dropped an unexpected collaboration with JPOP/electropop band Wednesday Campanella. ‘Out Of My Head’. Already the track is making waves online, with it close to topping the Viral Charts on Japan’s Spotify. This is a new and interesting move for CHVRCHES, though it is one that makes complete sense, after all, they’ve just played a few shows in Japan including a massive slot…

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ZAYN ft Timbaland, ‘Too Much’ – Single Review

ZAYN ft Timbaland, ‘Too Much’ – Single Review

It seems former 1D star Zayn Malik is eager to step back from being recognised as a pop sensation everytime a new song of his comes out. Leaning more towards hip hop and R&B, Zayn’s musical style has undoubtedly grown with him and this is seen in his new single- Too Much ft Timbaland. The music video has already gained over 3 million views on YouTube and viewers will notice the 90’s vibe lingering around…

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