SINGLE REVIEW: Silverbacks offer fresh perspective on an already thriving Dublin scene with ‘Muted Gold’

Silverbacks are attempting to bring their own brand of art-punk/rock out of a lively Dublin music scene. Muted Gold is another promising step in a bread-crumb trail of singles created by the band supported by a selection of festival and headline performances to cause a stir. All this has been in aid of Fad, an Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Cruel Hearts Club drop a perfect slice of anthemic grunge with ‘Blame Me Too’

Simple music is inherently not all that simple otherwise we’d all be living the rockstar life. Cruel Hearts Club prove this with the perfect combination of thrashy grunge and pop, understanding the subtleties of both genres to make this mash up work so effectively. Often with great music within the first 5 seconds you’ve heard Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Charli XCX triumphs, capturing the quarantine zeitgeist while serving up perfect pioneering pop with ‘how i’m feeling now’

With the rise of a global pandemic and the world thrust into lockdown, it wasn’t long until talk turned to the prediction of a cultural renaissance. Constant reminders that Shakespeare’s King Lear, Newton’s theory of gravity and Bocaccio’s Decameron were all developed in isolation plagued everybody’s feed and the pressure of productivity was well and Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: James Humphrys is funky, joyful and a little bit dark with new indie-pop track ‘Colour’

Beginning the year with the release of Tongue Tied, a toe-tapper of a track abound with soothing melodies and dreamy synths, things look exciting for Bristol-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist James Humphrys. Since then, he has been making waves not only with features on BBC Upload – including a spot as ‘Track of the Week’ – Continue Reading