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Interview: David Stewart

David Stewart is West London’s finest new talent. The singer, songwriter and record producer has already worked with top British artists such as Ed Sheeran, Yasmin and Wretch 32; which inevitably seduced him into pursuing his own solo career. We caught up with David, and here is what happened…



New Video: SAFIA – ‘Listen to Soul, Listen to Blues’

A lot of the time, songs that open up acoustically with piano and vocals, later on going into a drop followed by some wobbly electronic sounds can either: (A) sound rather cliché, or, (B) be a bit of a disappointment to what started out as a pretty enticing track. But, …


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MPFree: The Bronze Medal – Go Easy

Bath based five piece The Bronze Medal are set to release their debut, self-titled EP on July 2nd and, in preparation, they’ve made their track “Go Easy” available as a free download.

“Go Easy” is a mournful piano ballad that really is just lovely. You’d do well to get your …



VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Clark- Black Stone

A stunningly, peaceful and delicate solo piano composition and short film, the 5 minutes and 17 seconds are comprised of spookiness, nature, sadness and vulnerability. We’d say it’s mystifyingly sorrowful.  The entire duration of the video is gripping and in conclusion, you feel empathetic and bewildered.  It is truly lovely, …



Clown & Sunset Interview: Valentin Stip

For our final day of the Clown & Sunset special we thought we’d bring you the newest member of the family, Valentin Stip. The Paris, France born 19 year-old, began playing piano at an early age, and after relocating to Montreal, Canada, missed the piano to such an extent that …


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Clown & Sunset Interview: Nikita Quasim

At the young age of 11, coinciding with her mother’s 40th birthday, Nikita recorded her home washing machine, making a 10 minute ‘household choas’ track that began her musical career. Although Quasim, who comes from Russian and Afghan decent, has yet to be discovered by a larger audience, with her …