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Hop Along: ‘How Simple’

Hop Along has been one of the most favourable success stories in new indie music and their latest release, ‘How Simple’ adds to an impressive sonic catalogue. This moved between the powerful and the vulnerable, this is by no means an indie retro affair, but a vibrant anthem for you to sing at the top of your…

The New Music Podcast: Episode 11

Podcart’s New Music podcast returns with Halina Rifai and Phoebe Inglis-Holmes. Please listen and enjoy and remember to check out the artists in more depth. You can listen/stream on Acast (below) or subscribe to iTunes. This week’s tracklisting is: Kathryn Joseph: ‘From When I Wake The Want Is’ Estrons: ‘Lilac Audio’ Grand Pax: ‘Destroyer’ Prinze George: ‘Airbourne’ Flaural: ‘Bounders’ Eliza Shaddad:…

Tongues.: ‘Not Like The Real Thing’

Tim Kwant has one of the most identifiable vocals in new Scottish music. His delivery is bold and almost theatrical in style and newest project Tongues. has certainly caught the interest thanks to pristine production and ambitious ideas. This is synth-pop with feelings, it might not be the strongest word that Kwant has produced, but…

Alexander Biggs: ‘Car Ride’

There has to be a nuance in a voice or a jolt in my emotions to really connect with singer-songwriters now. Indie folk is sometimes an oversaturated and generic field, especially of late and it takes something special to stand out. Alexander Biggs has penned and delivered an opulent ballad in ‘Car Ride’. HIs delicate…

Gilligan Moss: ‘What Happened?’

Chicago natives Gilligan Moss return with a stunning sonic voyage. ‘What Happened?’, is a dazzlingly rich production and manages to create a fascinating widescreen adaptation in house music. Atmospheric beats, lush layering and a pristine delivery make this a soundtrack to indulge fully in.

Scott Matthews: ‘Cinnamon’

There is no denying Scott Matthews is one of the finest artists of recent times. His latest offering ‘Cinnamon‘ continues a discography of pristine songwriting. There’s a narrative here that evokes a great level of emotion. The vivid imagery it creates of love and colour is backed by an almost haunting undertone. There’s a compelling…