The King’s Parade: Mad EP Review

5th April 2019 saw The King’s Parade independently unveil the Mad EP. This exquisite effort comprised of 4 fantastic tracks which cranks up the anticipation for the debut LP whenever that may be. Anyhow The King’s Parade are a London quartet consisting of Olly Corpe, Sam Rooney, Tom English and Chris Brent. They actually have…

Payson Lewis: Remember, The Remixes EP Review

The latest single to be lifted from the incredible Take Me Apart EP is the formidable Remember, this tantalising tune is an addictive slice of perfection showcasing Payson’s succulent vocals and formidable songwriting skills. However not all is what it seems, 22nd March 2019 saw Lewis unveil a remix EP for this compelling track. Now…

Crystal Clayton: 3:AM EP Review

Coming all the way from Kansas City you have the extremely talented Crystal Clayton, now residing in Los Angeles she is back with yet another impeccable slice of perfection. 3:AM dropped on 15th March 2019 and it’s in fact her 3rd EP of exquisite material. Clayton emerged onto the scene in 2016 with the self…

2 Paper Dolls: Never First EP Review

2 Paper Dolls are an exquisite female duo comprising of Swedish born Frida Farrell (vocals/piano) and Texan Isabel Latz (guitar/backing vocals). These two women met online and instantly developed a musical connection, it was at this moment this exiting outfit came into the world. Now both ladies are both talented, Farrell is an actor, songwriter,…

John Adams: No White Lies EP Review

8th February 2019 saw Welsh wonder John Adams release his latest EP No White Lies via Tristar Records. The week prior he dropped the lead single from this 5 track mini album, this being Flames and this showcased Adams’s superb songwriting skills. Also his buttery smooth vocal tones were off the charts. Now I have…

Jake Fields: Someday You’ll Be Mine EP Review

18th January 2019 Nashville based pop singer/ songwriter Jake Fields release his debut EP. Someday You’ll Be Mine is an exquisite mini album comprising of 6 superb tracks, plus it’s spawned 3 singles and these being Snake Eyes, Memories Of 45s and most recently The Other Side Of Waiting. I’ve listened to Someday You’ll Be…