MeMe Detroit Release Rebellious New Single ‘Mean Rock n Roller’

MeMe Detroit prove their place in the world of Rock and Roll with the statement of a single that is ‘Mean Rock n Roller’ – an anthem for those that refuse to conform under societal pressure. With grungey guitars and riot-starting lyrics, it’s an encouraging tune full of power and passion. Pushing genre boundaries, the […]

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The Bonny Doons Are Set To Unveil Their Thrilling New Sound With Their Upcoming EP ‘The Betweeners’

After already catching the attention of NME, Brisbane-based outfit, The Bonnie Doons are set to release their highly anticipated EP ‘The Betweeners’ on November 20th. Building up quite the following in their local scene, they’re now prepared to spread their gripping sound to the rest of the world with their daring combinations of styles and […]

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Father-Son Team ‘Uneven Stevens’ Scrap CV And Apply To Jobs With Their Original Track ‘Paper Me’ Instead

After being made redundant last year from his job as a director for a company manufacturing heart valves, Richard Stevens (Dad) spent the following months painstakingly applying for jobs and getting rejected. Richard became more and more concerned as even scrimping and saving wouldn’t make his redundancy money last forever… At the beginning of lockdown, […]

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Jovian Projects Synesthesia Into His Latest Single ‘Better’

New York-based R&B artist Jovian uses his latest single ‘Better’ to encourage others to experience tasting and seeing sounds. Jovian lives with synesthesia, a condition that blends the senses and allows those who have it to taste, feel, smell and see sounds. Jovian treats his music as a canvas, with his compositions inducing a world […]

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Muso Mondays – 3 popular songs with weird time signatures!

When we listen to a song, we don’t always take any notice of its time signature. Perhaps it’s only when a song doesn’t follow the popular 4/4 or waltzing 3/4 time signatures that we notice a difference. Some artists have decided not to follow the crowd when it comes to how many beats they put […]

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Juga shows us Self-Empowerment through the universal language of Chess in her latest release ‘Isolated Pawn’

Last year we saw Chilean singer, songwriter and chess activist Juga combine the worlds of chess, cinema and music with her release of single Isolated Pawn. With her unique style, Juga compelled us with her combination of smooth orchestration, theatrical James Bond-esque sound and spine-chilling vocals that can best be compared to Kate Bush and Edith Piaf. In her […]

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An Album For The Ages! Satellite Ravens’ ‘The Equinox’ Is A Treat For Any Music Lover…Or Bassist

  Taking all musical angles possible to create a fusion based album unlike no other, Satellite Ravens forefront leader ‘Carson Rohde’, has made darn sure he has the funkiest and tastiest bass lines around. Taking Funk and mixing it up in a rock-pop-jazz medley is probably no small feat for Carson, however, to the average music […]

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‘Tennessee’ by INJIN

INJIN is the musical moniker of talented songwriter, Roger James, who has been in the industry for a long time, but he is now releasing some beautifully inspired 80s-esque folk-rock, starting with ‘Tennessee’. The track employs a unique blend of instrumentation including pacific wind instruments, deep resonating synths, electric guitars and INJIN’s trademark roaring vocals. […]

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Everything Under make electronic rock accessible for all in new album ‘Happy Matter’

Electronic rock group Everything Under (EU) aim to make the electronic rock genre more accessible for all with their latest single ‘Happy Matters’ taken from their upcoming album ‘Where Have the Kids Gone at Night’. EU expose the truth of reality through the medium of music, presented through poetic lyrics and charming moods of melody. […]

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