Album Review: LeeSun – Singing You This Song

We take a listen to UK-based artist LeeSun’s new record Singing You This Song, and with it take a glimpse into the singer’s current state of mind. LeeSun has never been afraid to bare her soul through music, and new album Singing You This Song is testament to this. Lyrics are unashamedly honest throughout as … Read more

Review: Jared Weiss – Isolated Thunderstorms

New record Isolated Thunderstorms from Jared Weiss is a glimpse into the singers current mental space that at times is unnerving, and others full of sheer brilliance. Jared Weiss created Isolated Thunderstorms to set the record straight; he’s in pain and wants everyone to know it. Music is a healing tool for many, and it’s … Read more

Review: Deb Montgomery – All The Water EP

Deb Montgomery’s new EP All the Water takes a step forward into the alt-rock/folk-rock foray, and brings with it a record that ebbs and flows. Seattle artists are renowned for their creative freedom, and records from there always feel that little bit different from other American cities. I don’t know whether it’s the atmosphere or something … Read more

Review: The Undertones – Singles 1978 – 1983

The Undertones celebrate 40 years since the release of classic single ‘Teenage Kicks with a 13 single vinyl box set release for record store day. With record store day impending, vinyl fans will soon be queing outside their local record stores, waiting for a chance to spend their hard-earned cash on many a reissue, rarity, … Read more