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Shirts: Nikki and the Waves new single review.

Nikki and the Waves are back with their glittering new single Shirts, a song born from the motion of ‘going round in circles’ before emerging into the new. 454 more words

Quarantine Projects: Creating Shoegaze and Dreampop


Writing Shoegaze/Dream Pop music is perhaps one of the most satisfying endeavours out there. It’s a process of layering, of creating a soundscape, and what’s so great about this process is that it’s incredibly easy to do. 1,593 more words


Photographers, Photos, and Knowing More People

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I hope this blog post introduces you to more people that do amazing work in this industry. Please support all these amazing people and spread the work they do. 1,402 more words


Do Sad Artists Make Better Music? Storey vs Sharkey

Sad music seems to be everywhere – from Billie Eilish crying black tears in her music videos, to Frank Ocean being beloved by almost everyone. Even upbeat songs often have a dark undertone, The Smiths embodying this sad boy image and sound. 777 more words


I Found a Private Soundtrack in Jadu Heart

Jadu Heart’s music has always been a floaty and eclectic mix of sounds, meaning that the release of their debut album ‘Melt Away’ was longingly awaited by fans of their EPs. 638 more words


Premaura Releases 'Deja Vu'

Yorkshire based singer songwriter Premaura has released her latest single entitled ‘Deja Vu’ which is a pop fuelled track.

‘Deja Vu’ is a track fuelled by love, the lyrics are honest and showcase a variety of emotions. 120 more words


Upcoming Artist Shares Emotional Experience With Fans

Deko is an artist out of the new wave that is seeing a meteoric rise thanks in part to his really successful song Phantasy Star Online… 378 more words