George Swan’s Weirdly Mesmerizing Persona Gives Him The Perfect Front For His Kooky Classic Rock

Canadian classic rocker ‘George Swan’ has managed to pump out a stream of singles, EP’s and albums that have culminated to ultimately give George Swan the reputation of a character that doesn’t go by the book. With a whopping 13 albums available on Itunes and Soundcloud, listeners are guaranteed that there will be no shortage […]

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Cholesterol Jones Preaches Satanic Gospel

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 […]

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‘Recycle Your Regrets’: The new album from Norther-Irish songsmith Chase The River

It seems like it takes a lot of meaningful and often heartbreaking incidents to be able to write quality songs, and Chase The River is the perfect example of this. Some particularly scarring events have cut the talented songwriter deep, for example, he’s had his fair share of heartbreak, his father passed away, his mother […]

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‘The Wild Winds’ EP by Harry Pane

Brand new, from London based singer / songwriter Harry Pane, is his emotionally gripping new release: The Wild Winds EP.  This EP showcases this artist’s unique style and songwriting capabilities through intriguing lyrics and memorable guitar melodies. There is an upbeat feel to tracks such as ‘Old Friend’ and ‘Into the Dark’, encompassing blues and rock […]

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‘After Eve’ by Warsaw Radio

‘After Eve’ is the latest single from folk-rock-pop band, Warsaw Radio. You might wonder where such a name comes from and the answer is a historical one. Front-man Brian McNamara once read about the Warsaw Radio Orchestra who continued to play their music throughout the siege of their city by the German Army in 1939. […]

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