Posts tagged "Indie Music"

Q+A:5 More minutes with Cujo Moon

It was just over a year ago that indie artist Cujo Moon arrived on our radar with the heartfelt single, ‘Watch You Shine’ taken from the Bridges II EP. At the time, we sat down for an exclusive interview with Trevor as he took us through his creative process and

           Image credit: Peter Rigaud Usually when one thinks of Austrian music, the classical comes to mind including Franz Schubert with his early romanticism work, Johann Strauss I and his legendary waltzes as well as several Wolfgangs (including Mozart with his prolific and highly influential works). Stepping into the 21st century,

          Image credit: Mike Musanu Let’s explore the mind of Jon Doe – the rising mysterious musician from London making waves with his latest single, ‘In My Dreams’. Self-taught, the artist enjoys experimenting with sound on as many different forms of music as possible – learning the guitar and the piano,

Isle of Man residents(UK), as well as a four-piece indie rock band called Voodoo Bandits, have officially released their new single ‘Empty Swimming Pool’. The band has been featured in popular Youtube channels such as Fancy Melancholic and Sounds New Sounds Good. Their music has a collective streaming rate of

Indie rock outfit The Burma have just released their latest single ‘When You’re Gone’ on 24 January via Spooner Records. The single is taken from their upcoming EP Sugar Moonlight, which will be available on 3  April. The Burma have landed support slots for acts such as The Academic, The

Austrian band Evon Rose have released their track, ‘Something More’ via Timbits Records on the 22nd of November. Following the track shortly was the release of the music video which features footage from the short film “Lacrimosa“, directed by Tanja Mairitsch. The track explores themes of the afterlife with optimism

Ben McKelvey has recently released his folk-rock track ‘Wild Child’, with an accompanying video. The Brighton-based multi-instrumentalist has performed across the USA, the UK and Europe in venues such as The Royal Albert Hall, the O2 Arena and the London Palladium, providing support for Wet Wet Wet in 17 arenas,

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