Delivering a heartfelt and fantastically executed rendition of the much loved Micheal Jackson classic ‘Man In The Mirror’, Paddy James doesn’t fail to deliver.
Paddy James is a singer-songwriter who takes stories and turns them into carefully constructed Folk/indie inspired simplistic tracks, with new song “Perfectly Flawed” having just been released, 2018 is shaping up to be the year of Paddy James.
Never one to do things by halves, indie singer-songwriter Nele Needs a Holiday appears not once but twice at this year’s Latitude Festival, this year’s must-attend festival in the absence of Glastonbury. Taking her hit musical from the Hammersmith Lyric Theatre, How To Fail at Being Perfect to a mass audience, she is also previewing her latest musical, modestly self-titled and about her own “wayward” love-life! Perfect timing then for this, her brilliant video to We’ll See, which debuted today!
After a media campaign which has seen thousands share his viral videos, Hunter (The Voice) finally officially releases his debut single, “So Gay” on, of course, Valentine’s Day. Now with a radical EDM remix, the song is no less gloriously uplifting and a perfect antidote to generic fluffy animal greetings cards. How better to come out to your beloved than playing this for them? Good luck!
Soul and R&B artist Michael Rhodes performs his brand new original track ‘Feel It’, in Kentish Town at St Lukes Church. This soft, yet emotional performance caters to your inner soul, all while exposing you to up and coming performer and writer Michael Rhodes. Channeling his life experiences through his art, this performance gives the song a great visual aid and helps you truly ‘Feel It’…..Pun Intended!
Be sure to check him out:
No floppy fringes or staring at their shoes here, this is UK indie music 2018 style – multi-layered; edgy and genuinely cool (cool enough for Clash to premier this video). Expect NME, Pitchfork and the Brits to come calling in the near future – we know a hit when we see/hear one
Here’s the video debut of Brighton-based singer-songwriter, Ben Ridley, formerly a classically-trained composer and pianist, now firmly camped in the 1970’s school of singer-songwriters. Bringing to mind Billy Joel and Todd Rundgren, there’s an oddly familiar sound to Dancing Mood, essentially timeless, yet oddly nostalgic. We found it rather catchy and there’s no denying there’s an element of class to the lyric video.
On the eve of their new album’s launch, Heavyball’s jolly nod to the glories of drinking in pubs is just the tonic (and gin) for the festive season. Formed in Nottingham but now based around the UK, Heavyball’s style is honking ska but more especially deeply rooted in the indignities and minutiae of everyday life. Their new album, “When Can You Start?” follows a hapless everyday hero during the last week of his life as an office drone. A tragi-comedy for a new generation, it’s just what you need to reflect and look forward whilst spilling your pint and losing your phone.
We’ve been trying all morning but we still can’t get the moves right to Olisha’s new single, “Strangers”. Let us know if you have any success!
There is little in life as satisfying as having a nosey at someone else’s record collection. Good news twice over, here we get to look at LAPP’s, as well as listen to his succulent jazzy, souly single, Sunny!