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BORN AND RAISED IN TORONTO LET US INTRODUCE INDIE-POP ARTIST ‘VICTORIA STAFF’ WHO TAKES US ON HER JOURNEY, NEW SINGLE AND LIVE SHOWS COMING UP. READ OUR CHAT BELOW.

What is your names? Victoria Staff What is your genre of music?Indie Pop.  Give us a little bio about you.Born and raised in Toronto, music has always strung my life together, which developed

A WIDE RANGE OF MUSICAL TASTES AND INFLUENCE I GOT THE CHANCE TO CHAT WITH ‘CLIFF LYNCH’ ALL ABOUT HIS OWN MUSIC AND MORE. READ OUR FULL CHAT BELOW.

What is your name?Hi I’m Cliff…but not that Cliff (Richard), I’m the other one (Lynch) {winks} It’s nice to see you again, thank you for inviting me. What is your

REVIEW: INDIE DUO ‘FUNERAL LAKES’ RELEASES NEW ALBUM ‘NORTH AMERICAN MARTYRS. LISTEN TO IT HERE.

Funeral Lakes are a duo that create such powerful atmospheric pictures through their music and their new album is no different. The eight track album starts with those soft ballad

REVIEW : “SPEAK” BY COMMON TONGUE. LISTEN TO IT NOW!

Common Tongue who hails from the vibrant music scene of Southsea on the South Coast of England, from listening to “Speak” they deliver a hard-hitting-alt-rock anthem. This track is a

REVIEW: FOLK ARTIST ‘EUAN BLACKMAN’ RELEASES NEW EP ‘RENT FREE ON MY BRAIN’. LISTEN TO IT HERE.

A captivating four-track EP that resonates on a huge level. Each song boasts a distinctive edge, with production that immerses you completely, and vocals that bring it to life brilliantly,

A BIT OF ALT-ROCK WITH A BIT OF INDIE WE WANT TO INTRODUCE YOU TO QUARTET ‘THE CAPRIS’. THEY CHAT WITH US ALL ABOUT THEIR NEW SINGLE ‘MELANCHOLY BLUES’ AND TEASES WHAT IS TO COME NEXT YEAR. READ OUR FULL CHAT HERE.

What are your names? Odhran, Padraic, Jonny, Delaney.  What is the band’s name? The Capris.  How did you come up with the band’s name? We really struggled to pick a name, we were

REVIEW: ‘AS THE CROW FLIES’ IS THE BRAND NEW EP FROM ‘ROSS FLORA’ OUT NOW!

Ross takes on that string country genre that you just instantly hear and has you falling down the country road in the best possible way. Ross’s vocals really give off