April 18, 2017

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Adam Carpenter is a folk-punk songwriter with a heart firmly sewn onto his sleeve. With the release of his new album Tidal Wave, I take a closer look at the Welsh Dragon: Carpenters 11-track album takes a deep exploration at anxiety, hope, and ambition. The production and arrangement from Michael
Taken at Bankswood Festival, one of the best gigs I played during the streak! Back in 2016 I inadvertently embarked on one of the more ambitious challenges as a musician, and I’d like to take a little retrospective at The Streak… In the summer of 2016 I noticed by happenstance
Who thought it would be possible that Rain could have such charm and finesse. Jack Woodward has certainly done this with his latest single ‘Rain’.   Jack first released the ‘Fly Away’ EP back in 2016. From then we knew he was destined to bring out great music. Then came
Avenoir are a Yorkshire-based alternative grunge band, proudly claiming themselves as ‘too loud for your parents, just right for you’. Let’s see if their latest single follows suit… It opens with a moody and mysterious bass with atmospheric ambience before the build intensifies and the pace quickens. When the song
Scott Lloyd Looking Out To Sea Aardvark Records   Following on from last year’s inspired In The Garden EP, Scott Lloyd has returned in top form for majestic new single Looking Out To Sea, his first for Aardvark Records.  An ethereal opening quickly makes way for the shimmering waltz that
  Coinciding with his graduation in Songwriting at BIMM, Olly Flavell demonstrates the fruits of his studies with ‘Tryna Get My Voice (To Be Heard)’, a song I have heard on the many times I’ve been lucky enough to work with him. The song begins with harsh acoustic guitar finger-picking