Morcheeba have given us their tranquil new record, Blackest Blue – an introspective collection of tracks that allows the listener to simply stop and reflect for a while. Addressing themes that range from romantic relationships to cannabis, Morcheeba’s newest album Blackest Blue is described by the band as being a record that is about ‘finding a way through the darkest of … [Read more...] about Morcheeba: Blackest Blue – Review
We've got five fantastic tracks for you on this week's New Music Fridays to see you through the weekend and beyond! From bluesy rock to alt-pop to warm and flowing soul, each one has a different vibe for you to wrap your ears around. Click the pics for a listen. The Slim Kings - Raw Brooklyn-based ‘rock n soul’ outfit The Slim Kings hit home in a warm and delightful … [Read more...] about New Music Fridays – 14th May 2021
On their newest studio album, Delta Kream, The Black Keys prove yet again that rock can be wonderfully soothing and uproariously loud at the same time. For the most part, The Black Keys are actually a fairly prolific group. Over the course of the past twenty years, the duo have released ten full studio albums now including this newest one, Delta Kream, and they have won the … [Read more...] about The Black Keys: Delta Kream – Review
St. Vincent creates beautiful moments of ingenuity in the 70s funk-inspired album, Daddy’s Home. We all know that Annie Clark, aka, St. Vincent, has always been one for innovation, and new record Daddy’s Home is no different. With the title reflecting the release of her father after ten years imprisonment for stock fraud, it doesn’t actually focus too much on the … [Read more...] about St. Vincent: Daddy’s Home – Review
Bristol-based record label Pale Wizard Records have confirmed a tribute album featuring a myriad of artists for Alice Cooper’s classic album, Killer. The first in a new series of albums entitled ‘50 years later’, the format gives a myriad of artists a platform to pay homage to the original by recording their own versions of tracks from the record in their own contemporary … [Read more...] about Alice Cooper collaboration record planned to commemorate his seminal album, Killer.
Louise Aubrie shows off her fun, indie-rock sound in the delightfully playful single, Last. Indie rock/pop songstress Louise Aubrie is on a roll at the moment. Recently announcing the release of her 5th studio album, Antonio, she’s excited to show off the fruits of her labour in a record that was written in New York, recorded in London, and mixed and mastered in Los Angeles. … [Read more...] about Louise Aubrie: Last – Single Review