Emily C Smith

Artist of The Week. Emily C Smith

Far From Judd is the brilliantly versatile new EP from Emily C. Smith. The London-based singer/song-writer and her band consisting of David Kapruski (drums), Jack Chantler (guitar) and Gareth Cobb (bass) take us on a four-track-journey that passes through Patti Smith-infused 60s garage rock with opening track Don’t Leave Me Now to countrified shades of

Genna Marabese

#FSOL. 18 Genna Marabese ‘We Are Animal’

Genna Marabese is an Italian born, Bedfordshire based alternative singer songwriter who conjures up discordant underground pop sounds. Her debut single “We Are Animal” is a strikingly powerful tune which immediately caught our attention. It’s clearly the first signs of love #FSOL and we can’t wait to hear more. “We Are Animal” released next Monday has 

Damian Cazaly, Blackchords

Best of 2011 Part Six: Chosen by Blackchords

Next in the guest editors chair is Damian Cazaly, the lead guitarist and hugely gifted artist from our very own Blackchords. Damian has chosen his standout albums of the year. PJ Harvey: ‘Let England Shake’ A fair departure from Polly Jean’s usual approach to singing, with a harrowingly haunting account of her fair homeland… and

Telltale

New Music Monday: Introducing Telltale ‘Telltale EP’

Telltale are a four-piece band from Melbourne, consisting of front woman & songwriter Kate Lucas, Tim Burnham (drums), Rob McPherson (bass), and Lizzie Sedman (guitar). Their debut eponymous EP promises to offer ‘original songs to bedevil the willing and the wayward’. We’re not sure which category we fall in to, but we’re definitely hooked. Kate Lucas’ soft

New Music Monday. Introducing Cold Specks

                  The music that always grabs us the most, is cut through music. Cut through music literally stops you in your tracks, it silences a room and makes your heart beat a little quicker. These moments are rare and that’s what makes them exciting. Cold Specks aka Canadian singer