Kiey – Sunday Sanctuary Review

Meet Kiey – the Vietnamese real estate developer whose side hustle is making euphoric and cinematic electro-pop music. Yep, you heard it right. During the 9-5 working hours, Kiet Tuan Vuu is a big-deal businessman and works for a well-known leading Vietnamese manufacturing corporation. But during the hours of darkness, he morphs into a full-fledged […]

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Junior Doctor by day and Latin Pop artist by night, Senti releases sensual debut single He She It.

It’s not a combination you hear often, but it’s definitely something we’d like to hear more of. Scotland’s Senti is currently painting a name for himself within the country’s music scene. However, his story is unique because, by day, he is training to mend hearts, but by night, he is breaking them with his Enrique […]

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Viral sensation Sam Chaplin releases charity single ‘Sing It Out’

Working the last nine years as a homeless-charity choir director will teach you first hand about the healing power of music. ‘Sing It Out’ isn’t just Sam Chaplin’s latest single but all his lessons for how to reach people through song, packed into four and a half minutes.  Sam wanted his song to create “the […]

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Carefree disco-pop from Rory & The Island on ‘Donna Don’t Take My Summer’

Rory & The Island have cracked the cocoon of lockdown and switched styles to deliver a warm and bubbly disco-pop hit. The track, Donna Don’t Take My Summer, shares DNA with some of the vocal tracks from Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories. Rory’s falsetto playing atop casual, Nile Rogers-like strumming patterns and breezy drums.  It’s […]

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‘A Flock of Seagulls’ classic hits’ given new vigour, on the orchestral ‘String Theory’

A Flock of Seagulls: unfairly branded as a one-hit-wonder with a novelty haircut. In fact, their self-titled debut album formed a benchmark for British New Wave. Optimistic, melodic, and with a futuristic grandeur, it was a departure from the punkier acts of the US towards a more emotional sound that would grow into the New […]

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Aurelia Dey strikes with ferocity and flair on her dancehall anthem ‘Huntress’

In the past few years, waves of women (perhaps freshly motivated by the success of #MeToo) have risen to reclaim their space – at work, at home, but maybe nowhere more notably than online. Aurelia Dey is an artist doing just that. As the world locked down and everyday life went virtual, she made the […]

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Positive affirmations abound on Robyn Wilson’s ‘Love Songs To Myself’

“I’m so done with guys,” starts Robyn Wilson (aren’t we all?), before she runs through a laundry list of self-affirmations on her sophomore single “Love Songs To Myself”.  The 22-year-old singer-songwriter has a lot of experience for her age. She picked up the guitar and started to write her own material at only age 10. […]

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‘Dialectics’ by R Zak collects lush soundscapes from the edge of space

As a collection, the songs on R Zak’s ‘Dialectics’ hang like paintings in a gallery. Sure, each of them could be displayed on their own, and people would admire the rich, textured sonic canvas, but when shown together, they reveal an intriguing theme. R Zak explains the album’s title as “a reciprocal exchange between opposites, […]

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Billy Mick, the one-man variety show, is back with his latest release ‘Tourist’.

‘Tourist’ is an upbeat pop-tastic song and if you are in to the sound of the 80’s, this will be the single for you. It’s a pop-rock/disco infused single, with lots of energy, much like the songs of the 80’s era. ‘Tourist’ also sounds like it has jumped straight off the sound track to the […]

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