Indie Rockers Blue Statue Release Two Blistering New Tracks

Indie Rockers Blue Statue Release Two Blistering New Tracks

Blue Statue, an alternative indie band hailing from North London, have taken the bold move to release not one, but two new tracks off their self-titled EP. ‘The Scent Has The Air’ and ‘Womb Wave’ are both tracks that deftly showcase their signature grungy, driven, indie rock sound with perfection.  The band’s new tracks excel at sounding altogether fresh and not overly produced or edited but still coming across as carefully considered and executed with…

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Marvin B. Naylor Releases Latest Single ‘Colours’

Marvin B. Naylor Releases Latest Single ‘Colours’

Established and accomplished singer and songwriter, Marvin B. Naylor, has just released his latest single, ‘Colours’, a track glistening with originality and experience songwriting talent. Marvin B. Naylor is a Winchester based songwriter with an expansive discography of semi-psychedelic pop music, reminiscent of the late 60s and early 70s. Playing a variety of string instruments, including the 12-string guitar, which is featured in ‘Colours’, Marvin writes with inspiration from love, life and the universe.  Marvin…

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Sam Kingswood Releases New Single ‘NeanderFools’

Sam Kingswood Releases New Single ‘NeanderFools’

Essex based rapper and producer, Sam Kingswood, has just released his brand new single, ‘NeanderFools’, a passionate and politically charged hip-hop track. Based in Southend On Sea, Sam Kingswood is a talented rapper and producer creating thought provoking hip-hop music. Drawing inspiration from a pool of artists ranging from Miles Davis to Lil Wayne, Sam Kingswood’s music is powerful; featuring stories based around personal experiences, war, corruption, politics, addiction and more. His latest track, ‘NeanderFools’,…

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The enduring strength of Stevie Nicks’ ‘Rooms on Fire’

The enduring strength of Stevie Nicks’ ‘Rooms on Fire’

Everyone loves Fleetwood Mac, to the point where they’re becoming just as embodied in the culture of millennials as they are in generations before us. You can stop anyone in the street and they’ll have a favourite song by Fleetwood Mac, and likely a personal connection to it to boot. Fleetwood Mac’s lyricism transcends time and generational boundaries, as it’s all real, it’s not farfetched and every single person can relate to their words. Not…

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The most underrated Arctic Monkey’s tracks

The most underrated Arctic Monkey’s tracks

Alex Turner and the gang have produced some absolute tunes over the last 16 years, with an insane amount of awards and accolades under their belt. Indie anthems and iconic melodies are what they have built their empire on but amongst the ‘Mardy Bum’s’ and ‘Arabella’s’ there are also some hidden gems and seriously underrated tracks… ‘Potion Approaching’ from 2009 album Humbug is punchy and there’s no messing around – straight in with a killer…

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A Star Is Born’s ‘La Vie en rose’

A Star Is Born’s ‘La Vie en rose’

Everyone’s talking about A Star Is Born, myself included. This third reimagining of a classic Hollywood story has everybody absolutely enamoured with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, even more than we were before. A lot of us have stanned Lady Gaga since ‘Just Dance’ and have been in love with Bradley Cooper since ‘The Hangover’. This film saw Gaga making her feature film debut, as well as Cooper going behind the camera for the first…

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Music and Drag At Their Finest -Alaska’s ‘Come To Brazil’

Music and Drag At Their Finest -Alaska’s ‘Come To Brazil’

From Pittsburgh to sold-out theatres all over the world, Alaska Thunderf*ck5000, better known as ‘Alaska’, is absolute drag royalty. Alaska gained widespread fame after competing on RuPaul’s Drag Race season 5, the season that is still lauded as the best season of the main show. Alaska ended up placing as a runner-up for the title of America’s Next Drag Superstar, and her and boyfriend, Sharon Needles (Winner of Drag Race season 4) became the power couple of the…

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Spotlight: Why ‘The Man’ is the defining song of The Killers

Spotlight: Why ‘The Man’ is the defining song of The Killers

As Genius describes it, ‘”The Man” is a meditation on modern masculinity- complete with a disco-rock beat”. Today I’m making ‘The Man’ by The Killers as my spotlight track. Do I have a whole host of reasons for this that I’m going to bore you with? Of course, but first, let’s discuss the song and the background of it a bit. ‘The Man’ was dropped in June 2017 as The Killers first track back in…

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SOSLA Exhilarates With ‘Minderaser’

SOSLA Exhilarates With ‘Minderaser’

Austin based up-and-coming DJ and producer, SOSLA, has just released his brand new single ‘Minderaser’, an exhilarating bass house track sure to captivate dance music fans around the world. SOSLA, aka Erik Saucedo, is a Texas native producing unique, floor filling bass house music. Drawing influence from artists including Jauz, Valentino Khan, Joyryde and more, his music is hard-hitting and high energy, described by the artist himself as “music to play at the height of…

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Spotlight: Why Jessie Ware’s ‘Overtime’ should be on your playlist

Spotlight: Why Jessie Ware’s ‘Overtime’ should be on your playlist

Jessie Ware is a one in a million artist, it’s cliche to say there’s no one like her, but there truly isn’t. What other artists are interviewing Sadiq Khan with their mum on a podcast, chumming it up with the My Dad Wrote a Porno lot, collaborating with Nicki Minaj and releasing incredibly beautiful and soulful music, as well as absolute club bangers? I’m completely enamoured with everything Jessie Ware and she’s dropped a new…

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