San Cisco has come a long way in the last few years, evolving their sound into what one hears when they listen to their latest – The Distance. A truly enjoyable and […]
Aly & AJ have recently returned from a long spell away and their latest called Take Me is a delicious throwback to the 80’s complete with vampires because no video is ever […]
A truly lovely piece of music from a band that came and went as if they never were.
More often than not, Rudimental can be counted on to deliver great music and they do so once again here with Sun Comes Up featuring James Arthur on vocals.
With Hard to Love, Calvin Harris tries something a little different and it turns out to be one of his best tracks yet, though he does get more than a little help […]
While it might be slightly unfair to say that this is exactly what was expected of Soyou on one of her first efforts after the dismantling of Sistar, it nevertheless turns out […]
Harry Nilsson’s cover about escapism remains as good today as the when it was first released in 1969 as almost everybody can identify with it in one form or another.
When it comes to music and one talks about a perfect match, Avicii and AlunaGeorge and their collaboration What Would I Change It To would naturally have to come up. A fantastic […]
The latest video to come from Black Kids’ upcoming album is In A Song, a fantastic track a little reminiscent of The Cure, but of course, still a beast all their own.
Cassia is an up and coming band that recently got the chance to play at Reading and Leeds and closed their set with 100 Times Over, a pleasant song that makes one […]