Category: Track Reviews

Emanuel’s Alt Therapy Session 2: Transformation is a masterpiece

2020 has been full to the brim with new music and at this time of year we’re weighing up our options for which new cover song and hotly-tipped collab we will be adding to our festive playlists, but when you need a break from all those shooting star wishes, snow scenes and the improbability of Santa …

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Jude the obscure drops his fourth and final single of 2020, ‘Moments’ taken from his debut EP of the same name

Over the course of his still budding career, Jude the Obscure has made a name for himself as a purveyor of super smooth, jazz-hop vibes combined with elements of Rn’B and neo-soul. His eclectic sound and songwriting have gained him an ever-expanding fanbase and a crowd of over 20,000 monthly listeners on Spotify alone. From …

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Seraphina Simone unveils a stunning pair of indie-pop singles, ‘Skin’ & ‘Blue Devil’

Indie-pop, singer-songwriter Seraphina Simone unveils a stunning pair of self-written and co-produced singles to close off a victorious year for the emerging songstress. Skin is a two-part release consisting of the tracks ‘Skin’ and ‘Blue Devil’, a gorgeous miniature collection of songs that range between gently echoing melodies and reverb-heavy production (‘Skin’) to more minimalist, …

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‘Let Me Be’ is the gorgeous new single from Matilda Eyre

‘Let Me Be’ is the gorgeous new single from Matilda Eyre, the German-born singer-songwriter and producer now based in London.  Her latest single is a sweet slice of introspective electro-pop accented by melodic synth lines, gentle, distant drums and of course, Eyre’s heartfelt storytelling and angelic vocals.   “‘Let Me Be’ is a song about …

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Newcomer Shopé unveils his colourful and joyous new music video for his hit single, ‘Rikiki’

In the video, Shopé showcases his impressive ability to switch between Yoruba, Pidgin English and English with incredible speed and accuracy. This bold display of bilingualism is no accident though, as a proud Nigerian-Canadian, Shopé embraces all parts of his culture just as they have embraced him and ‘Rikiki’ is dedicated to celebrating his dual …

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Asha Gold deserves an ‘Oscar’ with latest award worthy performance.

With an impressive list of achievements for a still-blossoming career, as well as the support of a record label and the likes of Earmilk, When The Horn Blows and Reignland, London’s Asha Gold is steadily climbing the stairway of success. Her previous singles, ‘Too Good’, ‘Passenger’ and ‘Debut’ have proven her to be a versatile …

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Alex Frew stuns fans yet again, this time with the acoustic rendition of his ever-popular, stand out single ‘Antisocial Love Song’ featuring A is for Arrows.

Canada’s rising teen pop sensation Alex Frew makes yet another welcomed return to the airwaves, this time with the acoustic rendition of his breakout single, ‘Antisocial Love Song’ featuring fellow singer-songwriter A is for Arrows. The release follows on from Frew’s debut single, ‘Get Out Alive’ and of course, the original version of ‘Antisocial Love …

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‘Change’ is Hugo Valentine’s latest emotive and contemplative pop-rock single.

Londoner, multi-instrumentalist and classically trained pianist Hugo Valentine today releases ‘Change’, his latest in a string of emotive and contemplative self-written singles. Much like his previous tracks ‘My Friend, ‘Rule the World’ and ‘All I Want’, ‘Change’ is also a ruminative, piano-led number, the hallmark of Hugo’s songwriting so far.   “In a rare situation …

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