Irish duo Hudson Taylor return with ‘Feel It Again’

Brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson-Taylor delighted fans last Friday by dropping the lyric video for their latest track ‘Feel It Again’. Their debut album Singing For Strangers came out in 2015 to an overwhelming positive reaction from fans and critics alike; with their headline show at Shepherd’s Bush Empire selling out, despite the show preceding …

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Sydney six-piece Furnace and the Fundamentals bring their high-energy covers to the UK for summer tour

The high energy cover band made the long trip from the Land of Oz at the start of the month with one sole purpose: to get the people of the UK up and dancing! Comprised of: Elliott ‘Furnace’ Crane (lead vocals), Digby Robinson (lead guitar), Lachlan ‘Pluto’ Nicolson (keys), Marcus Anderson (bass), Tom Mackenzie (guitar) …

REVIEW: Declan McKenna’s ‘What Do you Think About The Car?’

Eighteen year old singer-songwriter Declan McKenna’s debut album What Do You Think About The Car? displays incredible depth and social commentary for a musician so young. One of Declan’s early releases ‘Brazil’ became his breakout song, aged just fifteen, gaining traction because of its exploration of corruption in international football. A lot of McKenna’s original …

Beatles inspired Barcelona band, Pablo and The Appleheads, collide vintage aesthetic with modern sound

Barcelona native, Pablo Villavecchia, and his band of ‘Appleheads’ are back with their sophomore album, Alessandra, named after his girlfriend. Pablo notes that ‘meeting her meant the culmination of the album, as well as my unsatisfied love story, which was finally satisfied in a fantastic and unexpected way’. The album is set for release on …

Former homeless musician J.J Leone busked for survival on the streets

Singer-songwriter J.J Leone’s latest track ‘With You’, released 7th July, showcases the Norwich singer’s soulful sound. J.J prides himself on the fact that he writes, records and produces all of his own material, setting him apart from the crowd as the ultimate un-manufactured DIY artist, with a work ethic and busking background similar to the …

Manchester electro-pop duo TONICA avoid city’s brit-pop cliché with debut single ‘Save Yourself’

Manchester-born Tonica are looking to break out of the box with their fresh, vibrant brand of electro-pop. The brooding beats, vivacious synths and warped vocals make for an interesting heavy alt-pop sound. The song creates atmosphere through its cinematic sound and expressive lyrical content, as it speaks of the plight of modern day love. The …