Julia Mascetti – A True Melting Pot of Culture and Sound

A beautiful soundscape that takes you on a real trip through time and the imagination, Julia Mascetti’s In Bloom is an auditory treat full of intrigue and mystery from beginning to end. Combining everything she learnt as a music student in Leeds with her more recent experiences living in Tokyo, the song is a real […]

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A CARNIVAL OF WONDER NOT TO BE MISSED – THE STEAM PUNK RECORDS ROAD SHOW

Born from one of the more interesting art and fashion movements of our time, TheSteam Punk Records Roadshow is hitting the UK and is a spectacle not to be missed. A carnival of fun with something for everyone, the tour will see some of the UK’s most exciting acts to arise from this movement including Steam Punk […]

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AOTW: The Drums and their Abysmal Thoughts

The Drums have had quite the journey member’s wise. After touring their album Portamento in 2012, Founding member Connor Hanwick left dynamic front-man Jonny Pierce with Jacob Graham to record their next album the riskier electronically influenced Encyclopedia as a duo. 3 years after it’s release, The Drums released Blood Under My Belt, a catchy heart-break anthem […]

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‘Prisoner To The Past’- The Christmas Single From Homesick Mick

Musician-come-social-activist Homesick Mick has released his alternative festive single, ‘Prisoner To The Past’. In recent weeks, Mick has caught the attention of the media due to his campaign against Sir Philip Green. By creating a social media campaign and a petition against the knighted billionaire, Mick aimed to raise awareness of his corrupt behaviour and […]

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Haunting new album Cherry Fair from singer-songwriter Stephen Harrison

‘…like postcards from an earlier, purer, more positive time’ – The Sunday Herald on Stephen’s previous album Today Tomorrow English-born, Scottish-residing singer-songwriter Stephen Harrison delivers this intimate and heartfelt new folk record Cherry Fair. Having written his own songs since he was a teenager, Stephen got into music through legendary sixties acts such as The […]

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UK singer-songwriter Alan Bonner demonstrates unique nocturnal sound with new album ‘Night Music’

‘This is the type of music that will endure long after other fads and fashions have passed on by’ – Electric Harmony Blog ‘Mr. Bonner has the means of a pauper but sings with the heart of a king.’ – Surviving The Golden Age Blog UK singer-songwriter Alan Bonner is set to deliver his third […]

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Belle Roscoe to release second album, “Boom Boom”

Born and raised in Australia, sibling duo Belle Roscoe combine contemporary sounds and production with classic retro song writing styles. They have been described as ‘a cross between Arcade Fire & Fleetwood Mac’ but in truth this description does them a disservice. In their varied, melodic music, you can hear many influences, including the eclectic […]

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Bristol Folk band ‘Apple of My Eye’ are set to sail folk scene with new album ‘Seven Tides’

Exciting and energetic contemporary folk band, ‘Apple Of My Eye’ announce release of new album ‘Seven Tides’, due out 1st December.  Beautifully arranged epic songs in a unique twist on classic folk themes. Now living in London, the majority of the band hail from the historic maritime city of Bristol and their songs draw inspiration […]

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