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JACK GARRATT - " Chemical "


This track was created with the same intentions that I approach making my music it doesn’t have objectives or agendas,” warns Jack Garratt, the rising British R&B singer behind… 58 more words


FREE - " Heartbreaker "

The sixth and final studio album by Free provides a strange ending to the story of one of Britain’s finest blues-rock bands, but a very successful one. 427 more words


SONG OF THE DAY: "Southern Sun" by Boy & Bear


Boy & Bear are an Australian indie rock-folk music band formed in 2009, consisting of David Hosking (vocals and guitar), Killian Gavin (vocals and guitar), Timothy Hart (drums and vocals), Jonathan Hart (vocals, banjo, mandolin and keyboards) and David Symes (bass). 685 more words

Song Of The Day


BBC Sound of 2015 nominee George The Poet releases the visual accompaniment to recent single ‘Cat D’.  The track itself pivots on George’s comparison between Category D vehicles and people who maintain a polished demeanour but are less than perfect on the inside.   42 more words

Hip Hop

A Soundtrack for the Boston Transportation from Hell

This past week has been the most stressful for the city of Boston because of the public transit being in complete disarray, the national guard coming to help clear out the massive amounts of snow (FYI there is no where to put it), and the amount of inhumanity I have seen in a long time; all in one week.   577 more words

Bands & Music Artists

Spotlight On: Catfish and The Bottlemen

I judge artists based on a couple things. Obviously I judge them on the sensation I get from their music, be it a song or album, but one huge thing for me is if I can listen to their whole album from start to finish and feel like I read a book. 283 more words


JOHN MARTYN - " May You Never "

John Martyn – May You Never performed on the Old Grey Whistle Test, John Martyn was one of the UK’s most respected singer-songwriters. Born Iain David McGeachy in 1948 he changed his name to John Martyn when he took his first tentative steps in the folk clubs of Glasgow and London in the mid 1960s. 30 more words