Helen Connelly – Do You Remember

Helen Connelly – Do You Remember

Finding an artist with a distinctive voice is always a pleasure. Since we first discovered Essex-based Helen Connelly, back in 2015, we’ve been fans of her jazz-pop vibe. We followed her progress with the release of her single “Behind Your Eyes” last...
Jeanes – Sleeping Leaves

Jeanes – Sleeping Leaves

As the Northern Hemisphere moves through a lazy spring into a long-awaited summer, it’s good to be immersed in music that draws inspiration from the magic of nature. Sleeping Leaves may be the debut EP from Jeanes but, like all good things, it’s taken time...
Map – Skills To Rebuild

Map – Skills To Rebuild

In times of uncertainty, it’s good to be reminded of what really matters in life. Josh Dooley, the creative force behind Los Angeles-based MAP, is better qualified than most to understand this, having been paralyzed from the neck down by the West Nile Virus in...
The Bookshop Band – Curious and Curiouser

The Bookshop Band – Curious and Curiouser

Any band that is inspired by books has got to be worth a listen. We first came across The Bookshop Band in Fresh on the Net’s Listening Post back in 2016 and reviewed them as a Fresh Fave when listeners put them in their Top 10 tunes. Good choice! The Bookshop...
Fanny And The Atta Boys – ‘A Peck Of Dirt’

Fanny And The Atta Boys – ‘A Peck Of Dirt’

Combine a hefty dose of nostalgia with a mix of jazz and toe-tapping rhythms and you’ve got yourself A Peck Of Dirt, the brand new album from Fanny And The Atta Boys. Released on March 24 with support from Heyday Media Group, this is an album of sounds that are...
Brady Toops – Tried and True

Brady Toops – Tried and True

A few weeks ago, our introduction to “Carolina”, the signature single from from Brady Toops’ sophomore album Tried and True praised his strong yet authentic vocals. Was it too much to expect that the rest of the album would deliver the same quality?...