Frederik Cornelius Hits The Spot With ‘This Ain’t Love’
Frederik Cornelius who hails from Denmark has not disappointed with his new track ‘This Ain’t Love’.Continue reading “Frederik Cornelius”
Segarra are a 5-piece rock band from Ilkeston, Derbyshire made up by Oli Wade (Vocalist), Josh Holloway (Rhythm Guitarist), Luke Hooton (Lead Guitarist), Liam Cox (Bass) and Callum Friend (Drums) who have released a new single ‘Shine A Light (In Me)”.Continue reading “Segarra – 'Shine A Light (On Me'”
The Trusted are a Southend-on-Sea indie pop rock four-piece made up of brothers Tom Cunningham (Vocals, Guitar) and Finlay Cunningham (Bass, Vocals), drummer Dave Batchelor and guitarist Dale Holt-Mead. The Trusted formed in mid-2016, but their relationship dates back to their early days at secondary school. The initial spark that formed the band was the bond over music that lead singer Tom and guitarist Dale made through their mutual appreciation of creating edgy atmospheric pop with strong melodies. The Trusted focuses on casting a dynamic range of emotions, whether it comes from a happy or sad place, the band want the listeners to feel the raw emotions radiating from their music.Continue reading “The Trusted – ‘Wild Love’”
I found out about Beth’s music around a month ago, the first song I listened to was ‘Barriers’ and from the moment I heard the song I was hooked. The new single ‘Barriers’ for me stands out from all the other tracks, it has more of a slower and simple sound compared to her other work but equally as good as Beth’s other singles.Continue reading “Beth Hartshorne – ‘Barriers’”
Local Derbyshire Indie band The Bagatelles have recently released another single ‘Point Of View’.
Back in February this year I discovered this band and I liked what I heard, every track from their debut EP ‘More of a Statement than a Conversation’ was brilliant and I couldn’t fault anything, I quickly became hooked to the whole EP and the sound of the band.Continue reading “The Bagatelles – ‘Point Of View’”
Having only recently heard of the band a couple of weeks ago I was really looking forward to having a gander at what their new single was going to sound like, let’s put it this way, it didn’t disappoint. This popular bunch of indie lads from Manchester and Leeds have really come up trumps with their brand new track, Partyman. Having listened to the song over the last week or so it definitely has that 70’s kinks kind of feel to it, nice harmonies, simple riffs, I’d say near enough 5 minutes of Soft rock n roll at its finest.Continue reading “Suave Martyrs – Partyman”