Single Review: Ashnikko – ‘Demidevil’

by Hal Kitchen One of the newest rising stars of the hyperpop mould, singer-rapper Ashnikko achieved some degree of success with her breakthrough hit “Stupid” in 2019. She has successfully built on this momentum, writing extensively for artists such as Brooke Candy and Doja Cat, and securing collaborations with Princess Nokia and Grimes for this,... Continue Reading →

Single Review: ‘Mary Shelley Song’ – Cat Ryan

by Amelia Thorpe Up and coming Newcastle-based trio, Cat Ryan bless the local scene with their nostalgic new single, ‘Mary Shelley Song’. Shared to all major music streaming platforms on November 25th, the art-rock inspired offering comes as the band’s third release this year, bringing their growing discography and unique sound to the forefront of... Continue Reading →

Single Review: ‘Baby’ – Picnic

by Catherine Entwistle Dancefloors may still be empty and music venues still largely closed across the country, butsax-driven, Sunderland-based group, PICNIC’s latest single is sure to have you moving andgrooving in your kitchen. Released on 16 th October this year, ‘Baby’ is the perfect feel-goodpop banger. It couldn’t have come at a better time, bringing... Continue Reading →

Modern Coven – CURSES single review

By Ryan Wallace For an artist that describes themselves as a “witchy duo from Nottingham”, it comes as no surprise that Modern Coven’s most recent single, “Curses” is an ethereal, doom-laden folk soundscape. Setting up the song as a vibe above all else, Modern Coven allows the listener to drift into their coordinated use of... Continue Reading →

Chiara Baillie – Disappear single review

By Emily Duff Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Chiara Baillie has recently released her debut single, Disappear. Recorded at Eggman Studio’s in Fife, Baillie created a stripped-back sound by focusing solely on her vocals and subtly accompanying herself on guitar. With beautiful artwork by Kris Boyle, Baillie is shown in a beautiful sunrise-esque light with a distorted mirror... Continue Reading →

Georgie – At Home EP review

By Niamh Christian Singer-songwriter Georgie from Mansfield has recently released an incredible 8 track EP with a very relatable title for the current world situation: At Home. Being stuck inside during lockdown has been aa difficult time for many, and Georgie is no exception. Suddenly having to curtail a high profile tour in support of... Continue Reading →

The Let Go – One More Single Review

By Emily Duff Female Indie Pop Band, The Let Go, are beginning to progress and make a name for themselves in the UK whilst proving the underappreciated talent of females in the music scene. Having taken almost a year away from making music and after recently relocating from Washington DC to Liverpool, The Let Go... Continue Reading →

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