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Frequent Traveller has shared ‘The Devil’s Trying To Break Us Down’, the latest single from the forthcoming ‘Real Life’ album which is due out November 6th and transports the listener around the world in 360-degree binaural sound (similar to the increasingly popular 8D audio, only more responsive to depth and height positioning). Utilising technology which […]

A genuinely engaging spectacle **** MOJORevelations is sophisticated disco by way of classic French chanson – Serge Gainsbourg meets Donna Summer, wrapped up in lush orchestration The Times It’s a thrilling ride, with shades of operatic pop, musical theatre, 80s electro and tales of late-night bohemia Record CollectorSuggests Gainsbourg hitting Studio 54; a fillip in fraught times Prog […]

The 2020 EFG London Jazz Festival has launched with a special online streaming event (featuring the likes of Sarathy Korwar & Rosie Tuton) now viewable below. In July, EFG London Jazz Festival promised an experience of ‘Living in Two Worlds’, blending live music and digital streams in a wide-ranging programme and are well on the way to delivering that with 100 live shows confirmed in 10 days […]

It’s powerful, melodic and febrile – **** FTA superb pianist and guitarist with a rangy, smoky voice. Her closest comparison would be Feist, or Sharon Van Etten’s rhythmic revamp Remind Me Tomorrow – **** MOJOEarlier this year Fiona Apple’s Fetch The Bolt Cutters almost broke Metacritic, such was the rapturous critical reception: along not-too-distant lines, there’s a […]

With a timbre, range and creativity often similar to a certain K Bush, Segl is an expansive electronic pop-prog tour-de-force that has enough sugar for the mainstream and grit for the connoisseur – ProgThis is an album full of sweeping epics – MetroA beautiful moving landscape you need to lose yourself in – StylistSegl develops Eivør’s elemental electronica […]

“Punchy and hard-hitting songs excellently finessed by the same band that helped make her Songs of Bob Dylan a cut above” – Daily Mirror“Both old school and fresh. Osborne’s voice is rich, soulful and capable of both brooding darkness and brilliant clarity”   **** – Financial Times“Awash with blues, funk and 70s styling. Gorgeous” **** – Daily Express“Ten captivating tunes and no filler, Trouble & […]

Oumou Sangaré today releases her new album ‘Acoustic’, available digitally via Nø Førmat! with a physical release on vinyl & CD formats to follow on August 28, 2020. ‘Acoustic’ reimagines Sangaré’s much-praised 2017 release ‘Mogoya’ totally unplugged, in live sessions recorded over just two days. It’s the final chapter in a trio of related projects, following 2018’s ‘Mogoya Remixed’ edition, […]

Sabiyha shares a live session version of her new single ‘Love Me Alone’ (co-produced by Avi Barath and Andrew James at Dave Okumu’s studios in Deptford), which is out now. Shot earlier this year from a rooftop above British-Guyanese Sabiyha’s Croydon neighbourhood, the session taps into the drive for self-worth and respect which spurred Sabiyha […]

The Jayhawks have released “Bitter Pill,” the latest song from the band’s most collaborative album to date – XOXO, out July 10 via Sham/Thirty Tigers. Written by Gary Louris, Tim O’Reagan and Karen Grotberg, “Bitter Pill” is a harmony-rich, infectious new track that illustrates the never-ending search for happiness. Classic Rock dubbed the new album […]

Sophie Hunger today releases a new single, ‘Alpha Venom’, the latest to emerge ahead of the release of her new album, ‘Halluzinationen’, due out on August 28, 2020 via Caroline International. Produced by MPG UK Producer Of The Year, Speedy Wunderground’s Dan Carey (Kate Tempest, Fontaines DC) – who also plays across the record – […]