I’m fairly sure, everyone in school, work or even home has felt invisible at some point. It may be a one time experience, it may not. However, Luuke Lagrange’s new song ‘Invisible’ will evoke feelings only music could tap into. This Electro-pop, psychedelic-rock fusion track makes a worthy inclusion to the local music scene […]Read More Luuke Lagrange Relates To All With New Track ‘Invisible’
Johnlikejohn’s dark folk style is something to behold, whether you understand it or not (I’m not 100% that I understand!). Anyway it’s got something, it’s undeniably. He has an air of beauty and endless creativity. An exploration of music, interesting sounds, a mad use of a range of acoustic and electric instruments. Whilst also an […]Read More John Like John releases foxy new video!
Cholesterol Jones’ latest video, “Satan’s in Heaven”, depicting the leader of the free world as the devil himself, swanking around in heaven, is entirely in keeping with his no compromise stance as a singer-songwriter and film-maker. Cholesterol Jones is a folk singer in the truest sense: story-telling with a musical backing, using paradoxes, strange juxtapositions […]Read More Cholesterol Jones Preaches Satanic Gospel
Adam Ant, David Bowie, Jarvis cocker.. all artistic and experimental and now joining this list please welcome the super talented Johann Sebastian Punk! Take a listen to his beautiful new release ‘Confession’ from his up and coming up album ‘Phoney Music Entertainment’ below: ‘Phoney Music Entertainment’ will be available 13th October. Follow Johann Facebook.com/johannsebastianpunk Twitter.com/johannsebastianpunkRead More Who’s David Bowie? I’ve been listening to Johann Sebastian Punk
With a contemporary spiritual pop sound for the modern age, The Maladaptive Solution aim to teach morality through their new single, ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’. The mysterious group have been influenced by music from all genres from folk to rock, focussing on creating memorable songs with quality production at the centre of what they do. […]Read More ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’ by The Maladaptive Solution
In 1996 O’Donnell moved to Coventry where he became aware of the Coventry Carol and whilst touring Brittany learnt the traditional Christmas carol ‘Noel Nouvelet’. He decided to blend the two and is now ready to release the Celtic fused music with hints of rock and jazz, creating a completely unique sound. After staging and […]Read More Introducing: Joe O’Donnell’s Shkayla
The Sneaky Nixons are about to bring the house down with their latest release ‘Schadenfreude’ – describing themselves as ‘Angry, semi-political, semi-religious, part-feminist, a sloppy activist group’. They are known for declaring war on Dance music, guns promoters and non-believers of their Rock -n-Roll terrorism, with no time for humdrum normality, preferring the out of […]Read More The Sneaky Nixons Get You Moving With ‘Schadenfreude’