Best of Amazing Tunes No 27. Sophie Jamieson

Each week our very own Nick Kavanagh delves into Amazing Radio’s ‘Amazing Tunes’ vault to find and profile one new track or artist. Sophie Jamieson began as a solo singer-songwriter and now works with Liam Hoflay, Alex Betancourt and Amos Memon. Her once quiet folk songs are rapidly growing in strength and gaining atmosphere at the hands of her

Best of Amazing Tunes No. 25 Josh Healey

Each week our very own Nick Kavanagh delves into Amazing Radio’s ‘Amazing Tunes’ vault to find and profile one new track or artist. Josh Healey is a singer-songwriter, born in the Shetland Islands and brought up in Cheshire. ‘Sometimes’ is from his latest EP ‘Lost, Found and Lost Again.’ His style is folky, distinctive and beautiful. He’s already

Best of Amazing Tunes No 22. Heavy Heart – This Season

Each week our very own Nick Kavanagh delves into Amazing Radio’s ‘Amazing Tunes’ vault to find and profile one new track or artist. Heavy Heart are a duo from Peckham, south-east London, formed in 2014. ‘This Season’ is the title track from their delightfully dreamy début EP.  The 5 tracks are all at Amazing Tunes and also at

Best of Amazing Tunes No 19. Rhodes

Each week our very own Nick Kavanagh delves into Amazing Radio’s ‘Amazing Tunes’ vault to find and profile one new track or artist. (David) Rhodes is a singer songwriter from Hitchin in Hertfordshire, and his music was described in the Guardian as “moody and mysterious.” There are five tracks on Amazing Tunes and we think they are all

Best of Amazing Tunes. No. 16 Tommy Molotov

Each week our very own Nick Kavanagh delves into Amazing Radio’s ‘Amazing Tunes’ vault to find and profile one new track or artist. Tommy Molotov is a 26-year-old multi-instrumentalist, composer and singer born in Kiev and now based in London. ‘This says it all’ is from his début EP, ‘Together’ which was released on September 30 2014.   The

First Signs Of Love No. 70. The Divers – The Way You Are

Formed in the summer of 2012 through a merging of various musical projects,  The Divers have been cutting their teeth, the old-fashioned way, on the capital’s live circuit since then – playing notable shows with bands like Concrete Knives, Eye Emma Jedi, Whales In Cubicles, Waylayers and Scoundrels at venues such as The Lexington, Barfly,