EP Review: Elizabeth Sage – Just Go!

New EP Just Go! from Elizabeth Sage manages to be both commanding and thought-provoking, as the singer combines the perfect mix of pop and rock elements. Pop music these days is so much more than it used to be. It … Read more

Single Review: Geoff Gibbons – Fall Girl

We take a listen to new single ‘Fall Girl’ from Geoff Gibbons, with his story-led lyrics creating a country rock track full of imagery and self-doubt. Stories play an important part of Geoff’s music. Hailing originally from Vancouver, Geoff has … Read more

Review: Venice May – Illusion is inevitable

Paris-based post-rock/alt rock duo Venice May hit us with new record Illusion Is Inevitable, managing to create a long-lasting sound and heavy atmosphere throughout. There seems to have been a lack of post-rock bands hitting the mainstream lately, so it’s … Read more

Review: Nehedar – Escaping Zion

Emilia Cataldo returns with new record Escaping Zion, and with it brings us a taste of everything the artist loves and enjoys wrapped up in a nice little package. Nehedar is the creation of multi-genre singer-songwriter Emila Cataldo. She’s always … Read more

Review: Matt Warren – Music Is My Life

We take a listen to new record Music Is My Life from veteran house pioneer Matt Warren, and with it he brings us tastes of the old amongst some new ideas. Music Is My Life is Matt Warren’s first release … Read more

Review: Laura Paragano – Strange Curses

Laura Paragano releases her debut album Strange Curses, and with it introduces us to a dreamy world of indie-tinged surf rock. The last big hitter I can remember making it big world-wide out of California, as a surf band, was … Read more

Review: Shawna Virago – Heaven Sent Delinquent

Shawna Virago hits us with her record Heaven Sent Delinquent, featuring impressive poetic musings set against a humble acoustic guitar. US based Shawna Virago is no stranger to speaking from her heart, and she continues that theme on Heaven Sent … Read more

Review: Mah-Ze-Tar – Liquid Lotus

Liquid Lotus is a mystical journey you have to take, with the album mixing classic Sitar music with a more modern and wondrous take on the genre. I’m not going to lie, before I listened to Liquid Lotus, the extent … Read more