Ghostdaughter’s Carefully Crafted ‘Doll’ 
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2d ago
Discover ghostdaughter’s sweetly unnerving indie pop ballad. ghostdaughter – ‘Doll’ ‘Good morning doll, how did you sleep?’ opens ‘Doll’ by ghostdaughter. A deceptively innocent beginning for a song that goes layers deep and includes lines like ‘mother ripped out all your teeth’. Don’t let the dreamy guitar picking fool you – we’re verging on an Alice in Wonderlandian nightmare here.  ghostdaughter is the project of Naomi Ren Harper, a musician and singer-songwriter hailing from North Carolina. Having achieved success with a former project under the name Shiki XO, a gender transition alo ..read more
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Sophie Kilburn Steps Out Of Her ‘Body On The Inside’
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2d ago
Discover Sophie Kilburn’s indie-rock with boundaries. Sophie Kilburn – ‘Body On The Inside’ How does one handle consent and physical boundaries in a pop song? Well, if you’re Robin Thicke, the answer is ‘badly’. But here on Sophie Kilburn’s track, she plays it by sardonically narrating her inner monologue during an encounter that pushes her boundaries, and gathering strength in her resolve not to let the moment just pass by. It’s skillfully done and still an enjoyable song. Sophie Kilburn is a singer-songwriter hailing from Derbyshire. She’s only gone from strength to strength in the last few ..read more
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Mariannie Dazzles On ‘Fool For You’
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2d ago
Mariannie sweeps us off our feet with her latest track, “Fool For You,” a seamless fusion of R&B and soul that oozes with raw sensuality. Hailing from a diverse background spanning the Philippines and Canada, Mariannie, also known as Mariannie Ompoc, emerges as a rising figure in the indie music realm. Her musical journey traces back to her early exposure to gospel tunes at the age of 4, drawing inspiration from icons like Aretha Franklin and Marvin Gaye. From childhood performances to dabbling in musical theatre, Mariannie’s multicultural upbringing significantly shapes her artistic iden ..read more
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Louisa Rowley Sways Into ‘A Peaceful Retirement’
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2d ago
Discover Louisa Rowley’s classic blues waltz with a modern theme. Louisa Rowley – ‘A Peaceful Retirement’ ‘Barely out of the crib, a young feeling 22, but I feel so much older…’ opens ‘A Peaceful Retirement’ by Louisa Rowley. Though 22 is hardly over the hill, it does capture the fears and uncertainties of your early 20s, when you’re suddenly in an adult world despite being treated as a child only yesterday. Louisa Rowley is a singer-songwriter from South-East England. With a couple of singles already under her belt, she’s now working towards her debut EP. ‘A Peaceful Retirement’ is a nostalg ..read more
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Origami Tsunami Explore The Surreal On ‘I Dreamt That I Was Only Dreaming’
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3d ago
Discover Origami Tsunami’s psychedelic realm with ‘I Dreamt That I Was Only Dreaming’. Origami Tsunami – I Dreamt That I Was Only Dreaming Origami Tsunami, return with their latest release, I Dreamt That I Was Only Dreaming, In the realm of indie music, Origami Tsunami have carved a distinct niche with their eclectic blend of alternative genres, earning accolades from BBC Introducing and BBC Radio 6 with Tom Robinson. Described as “Salford virtuosos” with “jaw-dropping musicianship,” the band’s reputation precedes them. While previously known for their exhilarating math rock sound, showcased ..read more
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Tymisha Tackles Addiction On ‘Thin White Lines’
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3d ago
Tymisha, the talented young singer from Hull, UK, unveils her deeply personal track, Thin White Lines. Rooted in East Yorkshire, Tymisha aims to inspire and connect with others through her music, inspired by her challenging past experiences. she draws from her own life story as a source of inspiration. At just 20 years old, Tymisha has already made waves in the music scene, earning praise from BBC Introducing radio Humberside for her debut track, Avangeline, which has amassed nearly 5,000 streams and counting. Her music, characterized by her emotive vocals and heartfelt lyricism, serves as a ..read more
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Avi Kytes And Hazel Join Forces On ‘We Got Used’
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4d ago
Discover Avi Kytes and Hazel’s ambient heartbreak track. Avi Kytes And Hazel – ‘We Got Used’ ‘We Got Used’ is a title that raises a few questions. In the context of a breakup, it seems to imply that the fault lies with both parties or else with some third, unseen force. It’s a title that reflects the layered, both-sided approach to this track from two collaborating artists.  Avi Kytes and Hazel are both UK-based artists. Having both seen substantial growth in their solo careers, these real-life friends have joined forces to release this track together. “We Got Used is an airy, gently dev ..read more
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Naked Sunday Radiate Hope On ‘Shine’
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4d ago
Naked Sunday, the Staffordshire-based quartet, share their latest offering, ‘Shine’, a powerful rock anthem radiating themes of hope and acceptance, and serves as a companion to their previous release. Naked Sunday – Shine With an impressive track record, Naked Sunday has made a name for themselves on the indie music scene, gracing stages at renowned festivals like the Rock and Blues Festival and Teddy Rocks Festival, sharing platforms with iconic bands such as The Wildhearts and The Dead Daisies. Just a few months back, the Midlands-based group from the UK unveiled Vilified, an electrifying ..read more
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Allen Constantine’s ‘Louder Than Words’ Deserves A Second Look
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5d ago
Recently, we had the opportunity to review the neoclassical album Opus’85 by the independent Romanian composer Allen Constantine. Now, we take a retroactive look at Louder Than Words, his debut full-length effort released in 2022. Louder Than Words, in the vein of Opus’85, is an exploration of neoclassical instrumental soundscapes. In music, conveying emotions through instrumental melodies can often surpass verbal expression, and, with Louder Than Words, Constantine achieves just that.  The album seamlessly blends electronic and classical elements, offering listeners a fusion that reflec ..read more
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Alice Offley Channels 60s Girl Groups On ‘Valentine’
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5d ago
Alice Offley puts a fresh spin on Valentine a track previously released by her group Alice & The Lovers. Alice Offley – Valentine A year ago, Alice Offley released her first solo Valentine’s Day track, ‘Favourite’ which was all romantic gooey funk goodness, declaring her penchant for fondants. This year’s offering ‘Valentine’ is a much darker affair, its noir sophistication paying homage to the 60’s sound of The Shangri-Las, The Ronettes and on a more familial note her cousin Dusty Springfield. “The disco kitten and funk mistress has taken off her party boots and dipped her toe in darker ..read more
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