Adam Lanceley recalls the good times with ‘Those Rose Tinted Days’

The latest single from the ever-determined, London-based singer-songwriter, Adam Lanceley, aims to bring some West Coast sunshine to the British weather. Listen to ‘Those Rose Tinted Days’ here: https://soundcloud.com/adam-129087330/those-rose-tinted-days   Although Adam’s musical style is difficult to pin down due to his use of unconventional instrumentation and old-skool recording methods, he takes inspiration from an eclectic… Read More Adam Lanceley recalls the good times with ‘Those Rose Tinted Days’

Jon McDevitt releases seasonal single ‘Father Christmas’ breaking away from the Christmas cliché

From creating the theme tune to the Channel 5 series ‘A Different Life’ to selling 2000 unsigned albums with his original band Geist, Jon McDevitt is no stranger to the music industry. Jon is now involved in producing a 2016 Christmas single, a children’s song – the theme for Prime8, an educational eco-adventure game and website… Read More Jon McDevitt releases seasonal single ‘Father Christmas’ breaking away from the Christmas cliché

Lenny Bunn returns with classic Elvis Presley cover ‘Blueberry Hill’

After losing his adopted father, Lyddon Thompson, earlier this year, Lenny Bunn decided to dedicated a track to him. Being Thompson’s favourite track, Lenny felt covering the classic ‘Blueberry Hill’ a must. Although a classic song, Lenny chose to add his own twist to the track by recording each instrument in different studios around the… Read More Lenny Bunn returns with classic Elvis Presley cover ‘Blueberry Hill’

Track review: ‘The Gone-Away World’ by Gerald Clark (The Great Divide)

Gerald Clark’s ‘The Gone-Away World’ is exactly the the kind of track you can imagine would provide the perfect soundtrack to a deep and meaningful film. Honest lyrics and clean piano tones combine with pure vocals to create an evocative and thought provoking track that becomes even more emotive upon the introduction of the string… Read More Track review: ‘The Gone-Away World’ by Gerald Clark (The Great Divide)

Do you love Line Mari’s ‘Haters’?

Musical princess of Norway, Line Mari, is quickly working her way into the UK music scene with her new single, ‘Haters’. Following her previous release, ‘Crush’, Line Mari goes one step further with ‘Haters’, crafting a beautifully melodic and considered piece of indie-pop that makes for truly enjoyable listening. The intro is a simplistic stripped back double act… Read More Do you love Line Mari’s ‘Haters’?

Track Review: Injin’s ‘Tennessee’

The mysterious Injin’s ‘Tennessee’ is a track of intrigue with a truly unique sound. Deep resonating synths combine with a swirling woodwind section to create a never-heard-before amalgamation of both natural and fabricated sounds. The track will be sure to strike a chord with lovers of 80s music, with echoing vocals reminiscent of Jim Kerr… Read More Track Review: Injin’s ‘Tennessee’