Cody Frost’s debut single ‘Verbal Warnings’ introduces her as an artist with a singular, uncompromising outlook. It’s opening sets her accomplished yet charismatic vocals to unadorned piano, lulling the listener into a deceptive sense of what to expect. And then it pops like a sonic boom into a rebellious clash of electro-pop with punk attitude and metallic dynamics.Continue reading “Cody Frost”
Matter of Mind are a young three-piece rock group from Stockport, a town that resides in Greater Manchester. The band have recorded two EP’s and have toured the UK extensively and parts of mainland Europe. They channel a classic, old school emo style with a modern twist and throw pop melodies into the pot that will have you singing your heart out.Continue reading “Matter of Mind”
New York/Milan, February 12, 2021 – “Within Me” unites two very different Italian artists whose combined talents have created something even greater than the sum of their parts. Dardust collides the worlds of minimalist piano composition and ambient electronica, a mix that simultaneously echoes Max Richter, Philip Glass and Aphex Twin. Meanwhile, no introduction is needed for Grammy award-winner Benny Benassi, the electro house pioneer who regularly packs festivals and amasses millions of streams all over the world.Continue reading “Dardust”
With over 51 million streams, praise from Billboard and NPR plus early UK airplay support at BBC Radio 2 and Radio 4, Lainey Wilson is perfectly positioned to become the next breaking talent from the Nashville scene. A songwriter with an old soul but a new perspective, her blend of country tradition and rootsy rock is delivered with attitude and a powerhouse of a vocal that echoes Janis Joplin and Stevie Nicks.Continue reading “Lainey Wilson”
Kean Farrar’s alternative R&B casts a magnetic allure on listeners. The 21-year-old has become an insider tip following a handful of underground tracks, earning praise from tastemakers and attention from the fashion world. The emergence of the Persian-American artist is set to accelerate with the release of his new single ‘Always Come Around’.
We got a chance to ask Kean some questions, here’s what he had to say.Continue reading “Kean Farrar”
After making a high profile debut at Radio 1’s Big Weekend last year, newfamiliar have release their debut track ‘How Can I?’ via Atlas Artists / Parlophone. Originally from Belfast, Ryan Johnston (vocals) met his bandmates Will Booth (guitar) and Danny Hepworth (guitar) through Wakefield’s creative scene. They have collaborated together in various projects, with newfamiliar representing the realisation of their collective potential.Continue reading “Newfamiliar”
The 19-year-old singer-songwriter Julius Black has a gift for channelling complex emotions into deceptively simple alt pop songs. After just two independently released tracks – ‘Mirrors’ and ‘Summer’ – the rising talent has been tipped by a range of new music champions, including premieres courtesy of Complex and DIY and a Hottest Track accolade from the Sunday Times. Initial playlist support has already resulted in over 250,000 streams.
We got a chance to ask Julius some questions, here’s what he had to say.Continue reading “Julius Black”
Tom Collins is a 23–year-old singer songwriter from North Wales, based in and around the North West. Providing a modern and youthful pop/rock flavour to his style developed from influences of bands like; The Hunna and Catfish & The Bottlemen. Instantly gripping his audiences with a relatable narrative in his songwriting, using his own experiences to connect with others. Emotive melodies from the essence of early Coldplay in choruses, unleashing a feel-good tone. The debut EP from Collins reflects on real life situations involving love and relationships. The four tracks are adapted from Greek mythology told from a modern perspective. His most recent single ‘Soft Lad’ gives an essence of nostalgia from Collins’ past but also a reflective narrative on how he appreciates his life during lockdown.
I got a chance to speak to Tom over a video call and I was able to ask him some questions, I hope you enjoy watching as much as I enjoyed doing the interview. I’d just like to thank Tom for taking the time out to do this interview.
By Siân Parker