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Katie Barbato gives us a glimpse of her album ‘The Trail of Us’

How many musicians can boast a career lasting over two decades, with nine albums under their belt? Katie Barbato can proudly boast of this achievement. Since her debut album Shootin’ for Noon, she has been mesmerising listeners with her beautiful vocals and captivating storytelling. These talents also stood out throughout her releases, Art of Falling […]

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Bob Fleming and The Cambria Iron Co Share ‘Remnants’

Bob Fleming and the Cambria Iron Co bring us gritty American rock n roll from Charlotte, North Carolina. The group’s new album Remnants tackles the everyday struggles Americans have been waking up to. All the emotions, fear and anger in the face of endless uncertainty bog us down. As clouds of hopelessness and despair hang overhead, […]

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Awen Veleda And The Wandering Lights Have A Story To Tell With Their EP ‘An Alien Invasion In The Petty Kingdoms’

Awen Veleda and The Wandering Lights is an exciting collaboration of talented musicians with a story to tell. Together they have assembled a five-track EP, An Alien Invasion in the Petty Kingdoms (Part1) Prelude. A collection of songs that takes the listener on a journey. All were assembled from an idea by Mike Five (from […]

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Art Block Delivers Something Special With ‘Art Block Extended Play’

In 2015, Art Block debuted his musical talents with Los Feliz EP 2015. It offered an impressive range of sounds within its five tracks. Including, an alt-folk that had elements of indie rock. It also blended in gentle acoustic sounds and piano-driven moments. “Angel” was one of the songs which highlighted his talents the most […]

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Jeremy Squires Delivers Another Personal Collection Of Songs With ‘Unravel’

Jeremy Squires is no stranger to the world of music. He has consistently released impressive tracks over the last 15 years. As much as his sound may have slightly changed, the soul with his words has always stayed the same. His heart on his sleeve style of songwriting has continued to impress. He talks about […]

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Gozer Goodspeed Takes You On His Journey About His Music With New Album ‘Ghosts of the Future and Past’

For some, the latest album by Gozer Goodspeed is a best-of collection of his work. However, Ghosts of the Future & Past (released by the Brighton independent label Lights and Lines) is much more than that. Instead, it is a carefully selected collection of songs (some old, some new and some bootlegs) to showcase the […]

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James Forest Returns With His New Album ‘All Shades Of Purple’

It has been too long since we’ve had a new collection of songs from James Forest. His last lyrical album was in 2017 with the stunning James Forest and the East Road. Since then, he has released the instrumental albums Music for Films Vol 1 and 2.  Now, James Forest returns with his new album, […]

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S J Denney is back with his latest single ‘Slow Burn(er)’

If you follow S J Denney on his social media sites, you will see he is always busy creating new music. You can tell he has a genuine passion for his craft.  Not only that, but he is always looking to learn and evolve his songwriting abilities, including his arrangement talents. It was a quality […]