Author: Hugh Reilly-Smith

NEW MUSIC: Tyla Jane – My Oh My

After hearing the first arpeggiated synth notes of this pop masterclass, you know you’re about to hit gold. With hook-filled, chopped up vocal parts accompanied by crystal clear production: Tyla Jane‘s debut single ‘My Oh My‘ feels vibrant and fresh; ticking the box of an exciting new artist plotting their steadfast course across an often …

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NEW MUSIC: Ashton Orion – Uneasy

As a debut single from a brand new artist, ‘Uneasy‘ instantly sets off on the front foot; the opening bars lands us promptly into a rhythmic base of silky smooth production consisting of filtered percussion and warm, luscious synths. Continuing in this vein, the minimalistic synth-pop inspired verses progress into a euphoric chorus, accompanied by …

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NEW MUSIC: McCall – Disaster

“So painfully un-self-aware , thinking I can solve my problems if I dye my hair.”  If you can’t relate to that lyric right now, you must be having a wholly different quarantine experience to myself and a lot of other people I know. McCall‘s latest latest music video release to the recently released ‘Disaster‘ is …

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NEW MUSIC: Duchess – Close

If you imagine a more electronic Taylor Swift, mixed with aspects of Gabriella Aplin and Ellie Goulding – you might land somewhere near Duchess‘ latest single ‘Close‘. The song glides effortlessly through its radio-friendly progression, with a smooth production style underpinning Duchess‘ relaxed and intimate vocal performance, which stars as the outstanding feature throughout the …

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