John Newman can literally do no wrong and Fire In Me is proof of that, a song that one can easily listen to a dozen times in a row and not tire […]
With Sunday, Geowulf delivers a bit of the sublime and channels just a little Stevie Nicks/Fleetwood Mac for inspiration. A great track through and through.
Japanese Breakfast slows things down a notch with Boyish, a fantastically dreamy track from their latest album Soft Sounds From Another Planet.
Still a classic in every sense of the word, The Human League’s Don’t You Want Me is a synth masterpiece.
Dizzee Rascal is back and killing it with his latest called Ghost. The man simply cannot quit.
After a more soulful release with In the Name of Man, Plan B goes a bit harder with Guess Again and the result is excellent.
TV Girl’s Lovers Rock has that old-school 60’s beach/movie soundtrack vibe that always sounds so good with a bit of a modern flair making for a truly incredible listen.
With the release of the upcoming EP Shifted, Knuckle Puck take a handful of songs from their last album and rework them a little to create a different listening experience and in […]
The Kills are back with a blistering new track called Steppin’ Razor, a song that goes to show you can never count them out of the game for very long, coming back […]
Put Me Back Together, the latest from Cheat Codes, finds Kiiara on vocal duty and together the two find that perfect balance that makes for a really great track. Well worth a […]