Get ready for the release of the lovingly named album, ‘Alessandra’, from the fantastic Barcelona based band, Pablo and the Appleheads. The album is entitled sweetly after Pablo’s girlfriend, and the poetic love song on the album also called ‘Alessandra’. Juxtaposing this love song, is a very lively and energetic track, with an incredibly catchy […]Read More Barcelona’s Pablo and the Appleheads set for new album release
We are living in turbulent times currently, particularly in terms of politics, and turbulent times call for drastic measures. Although the protest song can hardly be called ‘drastic’, it’s a step in the right direction to combatting the problem. Protest songs don’t really see the light of day anymore, but America’s current situation is without […]Read More ‘Freedom’: A Protest Song From Beldon Haigh
This self curated collection from Wolverhampton born Carina Round, brings together, for the first time, material spanning from 2001 to 2015 taken from her first four critically acclaimed albums: ‘The First Blood Mystery’, ‘The Disconnection’, ‘Slow Motion Addict’, ‘Tigermending’, as well as the EP ‘Things You Should Know’, home to the included track ‘For Everything […]Read More Carina Round – Deranged to Divine out August!
Steve Young teases debut album with single Back To Mine. Here’s a bit of country sound that we are loving at the moment: British Singer/Songwriter, Steve Young’s music, has been described as “Country music with pop sensibilities” also as “Well crafted Pop songs with strong Country overtones”. The acoustic guitar pulls away from ‘Rock’ genre […]Read More Steve Young joins Sonnet roster
A Barcelona based band who all grew up in households surrounded by music, it’s little wonder that the four members of Strange Fiction ended up writing and recording their own music. With varied musical backgrounds, their new album ‘Orange’ is a heady blend of genres, particularly rock, indie and pop, with influences as diverse as […]Read More Strange Fiction launches new album with debut single: Tease Her
Originally from Merseyside, Aubrey Whitfield moved to London several years ago to fulfil her musical ambitions and hasn’t looked back since. Her vocal, described as ‘like a grittier Annie Lennox’, is one that simply can’t be ignored once heard, and has led to steadily growing success since her move to the capital. Having signed a […]Read More Stunning female vocalist Aubrey Whitfield ready for new single – ‘Every Cloud’