REVIEW: THE RETURN OF JAZZ MINO WITH A SONG THAT WILL HIT YOU WHEN YOU DONT REALISE, ‘PART OF THIS’ IS OUT NOW!
Part Of This starts with a cool echoing of Jazz’s vocals that just really set the tone of the song. With a clear vocals that has such strong impact to
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REVIEW: CHESTER’S THREE PIECE ‘PINT+BLISTER DROP ‘THE WILD SIDE OF EDEN’ AND YOU CAN TAKE A LISTEN RIGHT HERE!
Pint + Blister recorded, mixed and mastered their new single ‘The Wild Side of Eden’ all from Bed-Shed Studio’s. Lyrics by Matt that bring in that catchy sing along feel
I GOT TO CHAT WITH ‘LOUISE PARKER’, A COUNTRY ARTIST WITH A HINT OF POP-ROCK EVERY NOW AND THEN. GET TO KNOW MORE ABOUT HER LATEST SINGLE ‘IM MOVING TO NASHVILLE’ AND WHAT ELSE IS COMING UP!
What is your name? Louise Parker What is your genre of music? Modern Country, sometimes a bit pop, sometimes a bit rock. Give us a little bio about you. I’m
BRAZILIAN ROCKERS ‘YUR MUM’ TAKE SOME TIME OUT TO GIVE ME THE LOW DOWN ON THEIR NEW EP ‘ELLIPSIS’, UPCOMING SHOWS AND WHAT IS TO COME IN 2020!
What are your names? Anelise and Fabio What is the band’s name? Yur Mum How did you come up with the band’s name? In a rush, drunkly during a rehearsal. What is your
POP-ROCK SIX PIECE ‘KING CALAWAY’ ARE READY TO TAKE ON THE MUSIC SCENE AND I GOT THE CHANCE TO CHAT WITH SIMON ALL ABOUT THEIR ALBUM, SINGLE AND MORE! CHECK IT OUT.
What is your name/band name? Simon Dumas from King Calaway What is your genre of music? Pop with some rock influence How did you come up with the band’s name? Our
The Leeds based four have such a big electronic sound but ‘Victors’ take a more mellow approach to ‘I’ve Been Missing You’. Their vocals have such a gruff and low
COUNTRY IS RISING IN THE U.K. AND HERE TO CHAT WITH ME IS AN ARTIST DOING THAT! INTRODUCING ‘BAILEY TOMKINSON’, GET TO KNOW MORE ABOUT HER IN OUR CHAT BELOW!
What is your name? Bailey Tomkinson What is your genre of music? I’m a British Country Music Artist. So Country is pretty much the root of what I do, but