Month: April 2019

INTERVIEW: Jolé

London-based singer-songwriter Jolé reflects on devotion with his brand new single All I Need. A gorgeously atmospheric track built upon layers of vocal harmony and soaring string arrangements, All I Need strikes a perfect balance between poignant, contemplative songwriting and anthemic pop. I caught up with Jolé ahead of his headline show at The Waiting …

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NEW MUSIC: ‘Cloud 9′ by MOTH

Coming from a budding Brighton music scene, indie quintet MOTH are definitely a force to be reckoned with if new single ‘Cloud 9’ is anything to go by. The band, who draw distinctive reggae and R&B influences in their sound have released a follow up to debut single Thirst which tallied 10,000 streams and counting …

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INTERVIEW: Jeremy Tuplin

Singer, songwriter and storyteller Jeremy Tuplin lifts the lid on uncomfortable truths in his new record Pink Mirror. Released on Trapped Animal Records, Pink Mirror juxtaposes Tuplin’s dry, astute lyrics with unexpectedly uplifting musical arrangements. Mellow baritone vocals are eloquently nestled within a canvas of guitars, dreamy atmospherics and a playful rhythm section. Dark humour …

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INTERVIEW: House of Spirituals

Bonding over near-death experiences and a penchant for analogue synths, House of Spirituals set the tone for an optimistic future with new single Everyday. Soulful guitar chords and lulling vocal melodies swiftly develop into an uplifting, pulsating groove hailing the beauty of a new day. Recorded at Farm Studios and released on High Tribe Records, …

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INTERVIEW: Jenny Kern

Drawing you in with mournful guitar riffs and mellow, delicate vocals, Slow Burn is the debut single from indie singer-songwriter Jenny Kern. A contemplative, thoughtful number, the song itself is a slow burn; an underlying pulse softly propels the increasingly intricate arrangement. Slow Burn is the first track from Jenny’s upcoming EP (due for release …

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