Jesse Brewster: The Lonely Pines

Jesse Brewster: The Lonely Pines

Jesse Brewster is a singer songwriter who has always been on the move so it’s not surprising that his latest album, The Lonely Pines, is full of songs about moving on.  Now based in San Francisco, Jesse was brought up California and Hawaii, attending ten schools...
Collette Cooper: Lost

Collette Cooper: Lost

Occasionally you hear a voice that stops you in your tracks and even more occasionally you hear a voice that you can’t really find a comparison to. Unique voices are rare so when I first heard the rich, warm, striking, voice of Collette Cooper, I knew I just had...
Zoe Scott: Shades of Love

Zoe Scott: Shades of Love

I first heard the mellifluous, creamy voice of Zoe Scott in late 2020 when Angry Baby featured a couple of her Christmas songs in our annual Christmas round up.  Since then, I’ve now had the pleasure of listening to Zoe in the style of Bossa Nova (born from a...
Davie Furey: Haunted Streets

Davie Furey: Haunted Streets

Sometimes an album hangs together so coherently that it becomes one piece of music; Irish singer songwriter Davie Furey’s new album, Haunted Streets, is one such album.  Featuring some of Ireland’s top musicians, including Steve Wickham (The Waterboys),...
Alex Bayly: Skipping Stones

Alex Bayly: Skipping Stones

London based alt folk singer and songwriter Alex Bayly will this week release a new four track EP, Skipping Stones.  Self produced out of necessity in 2020, the music comes from the introspection that the enforced isolation of the past months has brought to us all....
Teen Creeps: Forever

Teen Creeps: Forever

Belgian indie trio Teen Creeps are keeping their 90’s influenced sound of alt rock and underground grunge alive and well in 2021 with the recent release of their second album, Forever.  Comprising Bert Vliegen (vocals / bass), Joram De Bock (guitars) and Ramses...