Laurence Made Me Cry

First Signs of Love No. 184 – Laurence Made Me Cry

Laurence Made Me Cry is musician and artist Jo Whitby, currently based in the Highlands of Scotland.  We are not sure who Laurence is, but he has certainly inspired some incredible music. ‘Melete’ is the first single to be taken from Laurence Made Me Cry’s forthcoming EP ‘Titans’ Daughters’. Produced by Swansea based musician Simon

NONTA

Band of The Week. NONTA

NONTA excite us. The London-based four-piece consisting of George Taylor (guitar/keys/backing vocals), Nonta Libbrecht-Carey (vocals/keys), Harry Gill (drums) and Joe Young (bass) have just released their debut EP ‘Pulse’ and we think it is pretty special. Effortlessly drifting between poignant, vulnerable vocals and powerful widescreen indie soundscapes, there is an undeniable passion to their music that is

Sakima

First Signs of Love No. 149 Sakima

This feature is about music which moves us, shakes us, and truly commands our attention. We call this the First Signs of Love, and ‘Kiss Me’ by London based SAKIMA is exactly one of those moments. His début release, “Energy”, was co-produced by Jakwob and released on the producer’s own label, Boom Ting Records. “Energy” was named Zane Lowes ‘Next

Eliza Hull

Eliza Hull – The Bones Of Us

Former RCM Artist of The Week Eliza Hull returns with her long anticipated début album ‘The Bones Of Us.’ Out today (17th April) through GAGA DIGI. The album is produced by another RCM favourite Hayden Calnin – guaranteeing a double whammy of goodness. The lead single from the album is ‘Walk Away’ an ethereal gem which haunts

Best Youth

Best Youth – Melt

Portuguese duo Best Youth are proud to announce the release of their forthcoming début album, ‘Highway Moon’, set for release on 30th March. With a sound best described as a clash between electronic indie rock and dream-pop, vocalist Catarina Salinas and Ed Rocha Gonçalves (guitar, keys, synths, programming, vocals) recently released new single ‘Red Diamond’,

Dah Rhyl Gah Moor

Band of The Week Dah Rhyl Gah Moor

Dah Rhyl Gah Moor sound more like a Welsh mining town or Harry Potter villain than  a band.  Nothing about this band is conventional, their absence from Facebook or Bandcamp, in favour of Mediafire, their oddly lengthened 7 track début album, it’s bizarre name…#You’re Not Playing The Character, You Are The Character; Drink The Bleach!’