Posts byJames Wilson

JPeck goes solo with ‘Come What May’ EP

In 2004, JPeck formed the Neo-soul band Bosco and Peck. On a whim, they entered a radio station competition for local bands. They won! Not long after that, they created their debut album, A band so mysterious… You’ve never heard of them. From then on, they have continued to release new music, including the outstanding
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GRAMMS tell us to ‘Shut Up A Second’

When you first hear GRAMMS single “Shut Up A Second”, it’s hard to believe it’s their debut. There is a confident conviction to their sound, with infectious energy. The secret to this is that the duo are no strangers to the music industry. Sam Jenkins comes from the band Glass Tides, while Paul Bowe is
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S J Denney tells us ‘4 Reasons to Fly’

Since his impressive album ‘Then Again’ in 2017, S J Denney has been prolific in releasing music with numerous singles and his EPs, ‘Forgotten Friends’, ‘An Island of Clouds’, and ‘Beneath The Skin’. From these, he has shown a thirst to evolve and try new things with his songwriting. This fearlessness to progress and learn
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ROOM 11 bring the party to “We All Fall Down’

ROOM11 are coming out swinging for their debut single, “We All Fall Down”. Birthed during the pandemic, good fiends Robbie Pinnetto (guitars) and Chrisy Finn (vocals) decided to put their musical talents together to form this rocking partnership. They began by taking their music around London. The reviews they received were great, and they were
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Title Holder debut EP tells us about a ‘Story of My Life’

Since Title Holder released their debut, “Animal”, they have been busy delivering more impressive singles. Each one confirms why they have been catching people’s attention with their infectious blend of pop-punk and ska. Now, Matt Sullivan (Vocals / Guitar), Andrew Nicolae (Lead Guitar/Vocals), Chayse Schutter (Drums), Joey D’Alessio (Bass), John James Ryan (Saxophone), and Dave
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June Road reminds us to ‘Seize the Day’

June Road is a new collaboration of the talented musician’s Harry Pane and Maia Frankowski. Both bring their own sound and experience to create something special together. Pane gained nothing but praise for his music, including outstanding songs such as “Fletcher Bay,” “Home,” and “Changing.” It has seen him perform around the globe, including the
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Mike Legere Talks About Lives On ‘Billboards’

After years of performing in various bands (Century Thief and Places Erupt), Mike Legere has decided to create music of his own. Using his experience from his previous projects and his knowledge as a lead engineer, he molded his music into something more personal to himself. This journey began with the single “Yourself” taken from
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Shelby O shares her tale ‘Three Out of Four’

Chicago-born songwriter Shelby O has been quietly flying under the radar for the last few years. However, there have been times when she has stood out with tracks such as “Proud Melancolia” and “Do Nothing For Money”. Both deliver a stripped back acoustic tone that lets her vocal abilities shine. While “Warm Winds” brings some
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James Wilson’s Music Review of 2021

Time for me to share my Music Review of 2021. Considering how the world has been, this year could have been a flop with the world of music. Personally, it’s been a great one. Some have been from artists already on my radar, and others new to my ears. As always, the majority were by
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Callum Lury Shares His Story About ‘Rosie’

Some may know Callum Lury as part of the band The Blue Highways. With his brothers, Jack and Theo, they have been quickly building an impressive reputation. Due to their blend of folk meets blues sound, including gaining praise from Americana Music Association UK and Bob Harris. With all that has been going on, Lury
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