The Gold Supply: Open Lines

The Gold Supply: Open Lines

Reading based band The Gold Supply, comprising Lena Wroblewska on vocals, Kevin Baxter on vocals, guitars, bass and piano, and Adam Rowe on drums, formed during the Covid-19 pandemic and are shortly releasing their debut EP, Open Lines.  Influenced by Massive Attack,...

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Barzin: Voyeurs in the Dark

Barzin: Voyeurs in the Dark

Four years in the making, Toronto artist Barzin released his fifth studio album, Voyeurs In The Dark last week, broadening his usual folk pop towards a more  experimental direction.  The album feels quite cinematic, perhaps an effect of the time spent in recent years...

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Snippet Cuts: Chippa

Snippet Cuts: Chippa

Two years on from the first UK Covid lockdown and we are learning to live with something that has changed all of us in a myriad of ways, some of which we haven't even begun to imagine yet.  However, for me, one of the ways in which society has changed is that we are...

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Maddox Jones: Believe It

Maddox Jones: Believe It

Sometimes, an album comes along that chimes perfectly with a mood and a feeling, and one such album is Believe It from Maddox Jones, released this week.  A twelve track look at life's ups and downs, the overall feeling I got from listening is happiness and summer,...

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The Electric Flea Show: Art Club of Paintings

The Electric Flea Show: Art Club of Paintings

It's not often that a musician doesn't want to be identified as the author of their work but when it does, you only hope the music speaks for itself, and loudly.  Luckily, in the case of The Electric Flea Show's Art Club of Paintings, the music does indeed speak...

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Jessica Wilde: Sober, Wasted, Wasted, Sober

Jessica Wilde: Sober, Wasted, Wasted, Sober

The second you hear the voice of London's Jessica Wilde, you know you're in for a vocal treat - she has a "wow" voice.  She also has a highly personal approach to making music, demonstrated by her recently released debut album that charts her journey from addiction...

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Charlie Smith: I Just Want to Sleep

Charlie Smith: I Just Want to Sleep

Hampshire based singer songwriter Charlie Smith has taken the process of making music with just a guitar right back to basics, recording an eight track album on tape.  Being in lockdown at the time, you might say this was making the best use of the equipment...

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Ruby Tingle: Lagoons

Ruby Tingle: Lagoons

Audio visual artist and performer Ruby Tingle last week released her first solo EP Lagoons, in conjunction with her public exhibition at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery.  As a multi disciplinary artist, Ruby works with progressive electronica in Manchester as well...

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