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Track Premiere: Thief – ‘Closer’ (Acoustic Version)

When PJ Wolf (aka Thief) first released ‘Closer’, he had the office simultaneously fidgeting in our desk chairs for a good few weeks. It was a slice of disjointed electro that made it hard to feel all gloomy about heartbreak when it could sound this good. Now, the Australian singer-songwriter …



Introducing: LeaLea Jones

LeaLea Jones is one of the most exciting new artists to have emerged over the past year or so. BBC Introducing have tipped her for success, but that’s only one small portion of the monumental amount of backing she’s received from the industry. She’s just finishing off her debut album, …


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Who could make Blackpool look so sweet. Karima Francis, that’s who

Her new album is finally upon us, after three years out Karima Francis is back and introducing her new entitled album ‘The Remedy.’ Well it sure is that! This new song and video ‘Wherever I Go’ is simple yet thought-provokingly beautiful. The Remedy is due out August this year on …



Album Review: Jenny McCormick – Sweet Demon

Jenny McCormick is the latest in the surge of folk acoustics warbling her romantic madenss and sadness into our eardrums. 2012 sees the release of her muchly anticipated album – Sweet Demon. What we sayin’!?

With a voice like a sultry starlet purring goodnight in a northern accent, Jenny McCormick …




At the end of the day, a good song is a good song, right? Yes, it helps if the musician performing it has a listenable voice, talent and a “good look” (whatever that might mean) but, ultimately, it usually boils down to whether the textual intercourse between lyrics and music …



Lusting over Gwilym Gold

Bringing you news on a gorgeously and atmospherically acoustic male artist, Gwilym Gold. His sound is literally golden in this track ‘Lust For Sale.’

So here’s the news: Bronze Club and Paint it Black announce GG’s first headline show in nearly a year! We think everyone should welcome him back …



The Society of the Golden Slippers: A Secret Gig

Featuring Robert Vincent, Sweet Billy Pilgrim and Hazlitt

Monday, March 19th, 2012

I nearly passed by the venue as it was hidden down and around and up inside 67 Dean Street in Soho. I noticed a discreet flyer on a door down a set of wrought-iron stairs and …



Man Made to support Howler on UK Tour

In support of his debut EP, Man Made supports Howler on their UK & European tour throughout January & February 2012

Mad Made is the work of nineteen year-old singer songwriter Nile Marr, who heads out as support to Howler this January on a full UK and European Tour.

At …



Album Review: Neil Cousin – ‘Bonfire’

Neil Cousin is set to reach the dizzy heights of becoming established as a singer-songwriter with a third album. Bonfire, recorded at Grange Farm Studios is set for release on the 5th November, fittingly. This is the first time that Neil has recorded with other musicians and it really adds …