April 18, 2017


I recently caught up with with Ashley Sherlock to discuss his new band, songwriting and upcoming EP. Find out what he had to say below: MG: It’s nice to hear you’ve got a new album coming out, can you tell me more about it? AS:Hey marc, thank you for chatting
© Tubetorial ​ It goes without saying that for musicians an online presence is absolutely vital. Most of the world are online for over 16 hours a day, so there’s such a huge audience to market to. But a healthy Facebook or Instagram following just won’t cut it. You need
Long acquainted with Phil Doleman through my years on the ukulele circuit, this blues musician is a veteran of the game. Recording more CDs than a student has hot dinners, I bought his latest album and believed it warranted a write up. Presented as more of a Blues album than
  Mink is a lo-fi pop project. Side-hoe of Sonic AM Frontman Niall Griffin, they make music exclusively on an iPhone, and they demonstrate it with this single: Beginning with what sounds like a nylon string guitar playing abstract chord phrasings, a dirty drum kit with a rattling snare joins
This article is about an EP I did some work on with a good friend of mine. It isn’t a review per se, as I can’t be impartial on this one, and would like to preserve my journalistic integrity and credibility, but it’s a lovely piece of work that Laura
  Conor Thackray is an acoustic metal-style artist I have been acquainted with since my formative Cheshire years. Here he delivers a selection of songs from his home studio, and thematically he hits close to home as well. The opening ‘Beside The Point Entirely’ begins with a thin twangy DI-ed