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Best Of March

We have put together a list of songs that have stood out this month for a plethora of reasons. Please take the time to invest and immerse yourself in them:   Grace Gillespie: ‘Everything (Nothing)’ From Devon to London, artist, and producer, Grace Gillespie blends styles and delivers her vocal in the most effortless way. …

Murder He Wrote: ‘Drawn (feat Fiona Rose)’

With a Maida Vale session under his belt and tipped as a ‘One To Watch’ by 1Xtra’s Jamz Supernova, Murder He Wrote has an impressive musical CV.  Latest release, ‘Drawn‘, does little to restrict MHW from hiding emotions underneath overwhelming production, they are proudly stamped on his sleeve. Like an old-fashioned rolling cinematic film, this has a haunting equilibrium that’s focus…

Atlas Wynd: ‘I’ve Had Enough’

Having announced that their debut single will be released via Meltdown Records, Brighton’s Atlas Wynd have built quite the live reputation in their hometown.  ‘I’ve Had Enough’, is a call back to early 2000 bands including the likes of The Hives that slapped you in the face with their catchy, don’t-give-a-fuck anthems.  Frenetic guitars and addictive…

Bones Garage: ‘The Run’

The post-punk drenched second single from Bones Garage will no doubt appeal to the Johnny Marr fans out there. With its rhythmically addictive prowess, the track’s unmistakable 60s guitar riff becomes the star of the show. Ariel Pedatzur’s vocals provide a welcome feverish edge to the melodic highlights.  ‘The Run’ is exhilarating and mesmerizingly addictive.

Yoke Lore: ‘Heavy Love’

The debut track from Yoke Lore‘s EP has gained notable praise from the music tastemakers, the project of Adrian Galvin is synth-pop purity and latest track ‘Heavy Love’ has taken centre stage.  A song exploring “your most complicated relationship”, a unified and introspective delivery is elevated by Galvin’s lofty vocals. Yoke Lore has managed to create a…

Siv Jakobsen – ‘Dark’

Siv Jakobsen has revealed her second single ‘Dark’ from forthcoming EP The Lingering, released 26th May via The Nordic Mellow Records. With its swooping strings, earnest lyrics and lamenting melodies, Jakobsen is clearly comfortable, yet not over confident in her style. Whilst she is not necessarily breaking new ground, there are memorable moments whereby her…