Chiedu Oraka

Chiedu Oraka

Chiedu Oraka is a rapper, producer and artist from Hull. The past few years have seen Chiedu develop a unique sound and style. He has taken Grime, often portrayed as a primarily Londoncentric scene, and BritHop and infused both with a sound that is unmistakably...
Dakar Audio Club

Dakar Audio Club

Dakar Audio Club, a septet from Dakar in Senegal play Afro-Fusion, influenced by music from Senegal, Mali, Zimbabwe and Congo. Spotted by Angry Baby music-finder Neil March through his work as a moderator for Fresh on the Net, they’ve received attention from Tom...
Little Red – Draw Blood

Little Red – Draw Blood

I really do love it when an album closer ties everything up into a neat bow, with a summation of the positives that have come before it. “Woebegone”, the closing track on Draw Blood, the most recent offering from Oxford’s Little Red, does a wonderful...
Minnie Birch – Emeralds / John Barleycorn

Minnie Birch – Emeralds / John Barleycorn

It’s totally natural to feel totally lost. These are sensations that seep into view upon the first listen of “Emeralds”, part of a double A side release from Hertfordshire folk artist Minnie Birch, that has been lifted off of her acclaimed second...
Rachael Sage: Spark

Rachael Sage: Spark

One of my favourite musicians to write about and listen to in the last couple of years has been the New York based singer, songwriter and visual artist Rachael Sage. I love songs that tell a story as well as being beautiful to listen to and Rachael’s songs deliver...
Willow Springs – ‘Urban Ghosts’

Willow Springs – ‘Urban Ghosts’

If you listen to “A Room for Two” by Willow Springs with your eyes closed, you’re taken to a deserted and dusty town, somewhere that’s a pitstop to somewhere else, a geographical afterthought where nothing really happens and seasons come and...