If you haven’t already heard her name, then meet Scarlet Baxter – the fierce female solo artist with a killer voice, whose name is on everyone’s lips. After the imminent success of her previous single ‘Backsliding’, which currently has over 45,000 YouTube views, Scarlet is hot on the heels to release her eagerly anticipated second […]Read More Scarlet Baxter Releases Sultry Single: ‘Stuck’
Hot off the Circus, the EP is now available from bandcamp.com Having been described as a “terrific four piece band” (The Times) whose music is “intense, haunting and pulsating” (The Independent), it is sure enough that Fireproof Giant are experiencing a whirlwind of recognition with the release of highly anticipated EP ‘A Place to Start’. […]Read More Fireproof Giant find ‘A Place to Start’ with debut EP
Accurately compared in their press release to indie bands such as ‘Foals’, Moral Panics are a four piece who are aiming to replicate the success (artistically and commercially presumably) of ‘bands that have tried something new’. Their EP ‘WLVS’, which is out now, is a really strong 5 strong collection for a debut. It seems […]Read More Moral Panics – New single ‘February’ from EP ‘WLVS’
The emergence of Kelly Oliver on the British folk scene has been both rapid and impressive. Kelly only started to gig in May 2013 but after some show stealing early performances she soon became a fixture on the scene. Early gigs and support slots at such places as the renowned Hitchin Folk Club (BBC2 Folk […]Read More Kelly Oliver single ‘He Walked on the Side of the Sea’, feat. Will Pound released 17th March
With an 80’s vibe and some solid rocking beats, the debut EP from The Bedroom Hour is a release well worth checking out. Clocking in at 6 tracks, it’s a good mix of synths, bass guitar and simple but effective drumming, all covered with a smooth, effects saturated vocal that creates an unfussy, DIY sound. […]Read More The Bedroom Hour – ‘Themes’ (Debut EP out now)
3-track download raising money for handicapped children in Asia and Africa Hailing from a ‘tiny village in the Netherlands’, Natasha Nicholls is an exciting, self-taught musician who quite literally writes songs in her sleep. Having already gained the attraction of the national media in the Netherlands, De Telegraaf (the Dutch version of the Daily Mail) […]Read More Dutch indie pop-rocker Natasha Nicholls releases debut EP
Multi-instrumentalist set to release eponymous debut EP in January 2014 With plans to become a 21st century one-man band entitled ‘Pale Green Things’, Jack Traynor has revealed plans to provide audiences with a unique performance experience, using a fusion of live instruments, djing equipment and analogue effects. Jack has an impressive performance history, supporting acts […]Read More Pale Green Things – the next big thing for Brit-Pop?