LAPP Dancing!

Having cut his teeth with the band Wild Rossa and the 88, LAPP has broken out to forge his own avenue to success, taking no chances and throwing as many musical genres as you can carry to the fame factory. Though his music is largely influenced by black music forms (r&b; jazz; soul) LAPP confesses…

New Single and Video by Mavis Victory Project- Review

If you thought having two brothers in the same band was dangerous, wait until you meet MAVIS VICTORY PROJECT. Formed by the Ransom brothers – singer Michael, Phil on rhythm guitar, Ollie on bass, Chris on drums and Robert Rosser on guitar and keyboard – the whole collective is self-taught, taking the indie and garage…

Johann Sebastian Punk – The Saviour of Modern Music?

It’s refreshing when a new artist has enough confidence in themselves to defy not only their critics but their whole country. Is there a precedent? Such is the case with Johann Sebastian Punk, an Italian troubadour who has opted to bypass his native subjects and bring his carnival of sound to the UK. What’s he…

Review: Five o Five’s ‘Where They Bring Sophie’

Italian born and bred  band ‘Five o Five’ have released their first single off of their debut album ‘@Y&!‘ Made up of lead vocalist and guitarist Piero Piccillo, Andrea Tredicucci on drums, Riccardo Panaroni playing electric bass and Alessandro Falcioni accompanying on keyboards, this group of 18 year old performers and writers have shown they have what…

Track Review: ‘Not Gonna Fall In Love With You’ by Pallab Sarker

Pallab Sarker, the British/Bengali songbird from Peterborough, has released a new single “Not Gonna Fall In Love With You” following the success of his debut record- ‘Morning in Brixton’. Having lived such an interesting life, being a Press Adviser to Ministers, you can literally hear Sarker’s memories and life experience oozing out of his clever…

New Video: ‘Babysitter’ by Temper Cartel

This is one for the indie lovers – Oxford based quartet Temper Cartel have just dropped the video for their new single ‘Babysitter’ which sees over 40 of the band’s friends acting like kids and throwing a wobbly, crying and generally being childish. In their early days, the band were picked up by Mark Gardener…

Pablo and The Appleheads: ‘Zaida’

Pablo and the Appleheads, a band started in Barcelona in 2014, consists of the outstanding Pablo Villavacchia on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, Pere Foved on drums, Jordi Franco on bass, Joan Vinyals on guitar and backing vocals, Jordi Batida on guitar, and Manu Guix on piano. The band are set to release their new…

TONICA- SAVE YOURSELF

TONICA is putting Manchester back on the map with their new track ‘Save Yourself’. From the home of musical legends, TONICA are a duo consisting of Amory (singer, songwriter) and Sam (songwriter, instrumentalist, and producer), taking inspiration from artists such as The XX and The Weeknd, TONICA’s sound is definitely relevant and has a weight…

‘Leaves, Sadness, Science’ by Marilyn Carino

Marilyn Carino is best known for her electronic-fusion music and her latest album, Leaves, Sadness, Science exhibits some of her best work in the genre to date. Having shared stages with Black Star and David Byrne, Carino’s album fuses soul and even hip-hop with her favoured electro style and also features R.E.M bassist, Mike Mills. The…