Artist of The Week. Colleen Brown

Direction is the new album from Canadian singers/songwriter Colleen Brown. The Edmonton based musician’s latest material explores love, fate and psychic retooling with each track enriched with intonating lyrics about personal growth and trajectory. Brown has already been compared to fellow Canadian Joni Mitchell in her motherland – high praise indeed and richly deserved. There

First Signs Of Love No. 136 Alysha Brilla – Immigrant

Last week Alysha Brilla saved us.  She saved us from the most depressing time of the year. Christmas is already a fading memory, the decorations and the tree have gone, and all that’s left is January, a grey, dark, cold depressing month. London aches for blue skies, light morning and sunshine and Alysha Brilla just provided the

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

Powder Blue – Play With Fire (The Rolling Stones Cover)

To coincide with their appearance at this year’s Great Escape Festival in Brighton, Canadian, shoegaze girl group Powder Blue have released their majestically dark and brooding cover of Play With Fire by The Rolling Stones. The girls explain “we really grew up with this song and The Rolling Stones, we love it!”. We will be

Artist Of The Week. AHI

Canadian singer-songwriter AHI is not solely a talented musician, but the originator of his own musical genre, ‘BLUEBLACKmusic.’ Rich, soulful vocals and melodious harmonies are his trademark. The mix of deep blues notes and smooth beats makes his music dynamic, edgy and heart-felt. AHI is pronounced ‘I’ and you’ll need to know that, because you’ll