Broken Witt Rebels – Georgia Pine

It would be a substantial understatement to say that Birmingham’s Broken Witt Rebels have had ‘a pretty good few months’.  Their Georgia Pine EP was released back in April, with the first single ‘Low’ scoring Radio X’s track of the week, although it was the second single ‘Guns’ that really got the ball rolling.  The

First Signs of Love No 167. The King’s Parade

Have you heard the one about the four-piece that honed their skills by playing 40 hours a week on a Hawaiian cruise ship? No really it’s true! They are a new London band called The King’s Parade, they are this week’s First Signs of Love featured band and this is their debut single ‘Bunched Up Letters’. On Bunched

Duke Garwood – Disco Lights

The cat is well and truly out of the bag on Duke Garwood and his soulful, stripped-bare sound, thanks to the recent release and acclaim for his fifth album Heavy Love, his first for Heavenly Recordings. Thrusting Garwood from south London’s unlikely bluesman into the spotlight he so thoroughly deserves, the word looks set to continue to spread with

Artist of The Week. Ellis Swan

Canadian-born singer-songwriter Ellis Swan, creates music that is beautiful in its haunting quality and alluring capability. Somewhere between alternative folk and dirty blues, Swan’s sound seems bottled-at-source, from bleak, dusty crop lands of South America. Three years ago Swan received critical praise for single ‘Frankie and Charlie,’ then again in 2012 for his debut EP