Andrew Combs: Born Without A Clue Single Review

Born in Dallas but based in Nashville you have the insanely talented Andrew Combs. This sublime singer/ songwriter is no stranger to this musical world, back in 2012 he made his debut with the acclaimed Worried Man LP, the years which followed saw the release of a further 2 full lengths and these being All…

Raphi @ Notting Hill Arts Club 16th August 2019

Raphi Aristocleous is an insanely talented individual who has an extremely exciting future ahead of her. She was born in Cyprus and moved to the city of London at 6 months old. Later in life Aristocleous attended the prestigious BRIT School plus she participated in various singing competitions such as Capital Radio’s ‘Be A Star’…

Morgan Evans: Day Drunk Video Review

Coming all the way from Australia, Morgan Evans is an impeccable singer/ songwriter whose responsible for a glut of stellar compositions. He actually began his career in 2012 and went on to release a trio of EPs and a self titled LP in his native homeland. Morgan  then inked a record deal with Warner Music…

Sabina Beyli: Close Single Review

Coming all the way from Baku, Azerbaijan but now based in London you have a rising star who oozes a wealth of potential. The individual in question being singer/ songwriter Sabina Beyli, this talented teenager has a burning passion for music which came into fruition at the age of 4. Back then Sabina’s parents noticed…

October Drift: Losing My Touch Single Review

26th July 2019 saw rising indie rock quartet October Drift unveil their latest single and this being Losing My Touch. Now I’m completely new when it comes to everything October Drift, listening to this sumptuous song left me with the desire to delve into the back catalogue. The members behind the band are Kiran Roy,…

Johnny Stranger: Follow In My Footsteps Single Review

Johnny Stranger is back with yet another sublime original. 12th August 2019 saw the unveiling of Follow In My Footsteps and this being a high octane rollercoaster ride which oozed plenty of rock goodness. Having been enthralled with P Is For Pompeii a couple of months ago left me with the desire to hear more…