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September 2017

InnSpire: ‘Want it now’ EP review – a nice slice of 90s grunge and synth pop

InnSpire latest track ‘Break Inside’ is a nice slice of early 90s grunge and shows a new style after a synth pop inspired debut EP ‘Want it now’. Continue reading “InnSpire: ‘Want it now’ EP review – a nice slice of 90s grunge and synth pop”

Rich Stephenson: ‘Secret’ review – from folk to dark blues

Rich Stephenson’s new single ‘Secret’ is a departure from his previous folk sounds into a darker bluesy sound that is a resounding success. Continue reading “Rich Stephenson: ‘Secret’ review – from folk to dark blues”

Smoke Season: ‘Good Days’ review – LA’s electro indie duo building on SXSW success

After a successful trip to this year’s SXSW festival, Los Angeles based duo Smoke Season’s latest single ‘Good Days’ is a pleasant slice of summery electro indie. Continue reading “Smoke Season: ‘Good Days’ review – LA’s electro indie duo building on SXSW success”

Reverend and the Makers: ‘Death of a King’ review – a record that never stands still

Reverend and the Makers sixth studio album ‘Death of a King’ is a highly ambitious record that draws on a huge amount of different influences to create record that never stands still.

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