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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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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Jade Moss delivers noughties soul with a retro flair on ‘Only U’

Only U is a delightful single, sitting somewhere between nostalgic 50s pop and 00s British Soul, brought to you by Jade Moss. It takes the best from both genres, pairing emotionally honest, life-affirming lyrics with groovy, driving production (like if Mark Ronson leant less hip-hop and more doo-wop). This makes the song really danceable at […]

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The singing Doula; Nickita’s new single ‘Breathe Again’ scheduled for release on Mothers Day.

Mother, Doula and singer-songwriter, Nickita, is releasing her pop ballad and emotionally charged single ‘Breathe Again’, rather fittingly on Mothers Day (14th March). This powerful and thought-provoking track is inspired by her personal experiences and the care she received from a Doula. Having an independent midwife allowed and encouraged Nickita to make her own informed […]

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Barry Noakes debut album ‘A New Dawn’ set for release 1st May.

Cher Perkins Currently residing in Glasgow, singer songwriter Barry Noakes is all set to release his debut album titled ‘A New Dawn’. This album showcases his versatility, particularly on tracks such as ‘Trailer Tent’, while his multifaceted instrumental skills are highlighted throughout. This comes as no surprise as he has been playing violin, viola and […]

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Check out Nia John and Wolf Storm’s unmissable cover of ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’

South Wales based Nia John and Wolf Storm have already established themselves as one of the countries top cover bands, and they continue to meet this title with their unmissable cover of Bonnie Tyler’s ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’. The duo capture the magic of the original while still adding their own special twist that […]

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Jordan Dean set to follow in the footsteps of British indie legends with new EP

Jordan Dean may be from Cleveland, Ohio but his love for British indie-pop is clear in his new EP ‘Local’, which is set to be released on March 12th. Fans of the likes of The Kooks, Passenger and Jamie T will love his catchy, stripped-back sound that runs throughout the EP, bouncing between upbeat indie […]

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Michael Cooke discovers his muse, channeling creativity into authentic upcoming album ‘Doin Alright’

Having originally dreamed of becoming an Olympic athlete before sadly suffering an injury, Michael Cooke turned his ambitions towards acting, only to find himself competing for roles against none other than his own twin brother. Cooke has now found his muse in music, funnelling his creativity into showing his true personality through his lyrics. His […]

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SCHOOL OF X RELEASES NEW SINGLE ‘BAD LOVE’ ALONGSIDE HAUNTING VIDEO DEBUT ALBUM ‘ARMLOCK’ IS OUT MAY 29TH

Bad Love’ – WATCH HERE SOUNDCLOUD / SPOTIFY  School of X reveals a hopeful song about overcoming inscrutable lows of love. The song is taken from the debut album Armlock, released on May 29. Musician and director Frederik Valentin has created the accompanying music video. In February, School of X released the first single,  “Collarbone (feat. Lord Siva)”, […]

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