Jensen Reed: You Can’t Stop Me Single Review

Jensen Reed is a talented indie hip hop singer/ songwriter who comes all the way from Los Angeles. 7th June saw Reed unveil his brand new single and this being You Can’t Stop Me which also featured the wonderful Alexa Melo. Here is what Jensen had to say about this tasty tune “This song is about…

Sariah Mae: Somethings Single Review

Growing up, Los Angeles native Sariah Mae developed a strong attachment to music, specifically within classical music. After spending years training as a classical pianist, she became infatuated with songwriting and producing her own original work. After attending the California Institute of the Arts, she became a keyboardist for Lo-Fang and subsequently made her TV…

Haneri: Burning Up Single Review

Haneri (formally known as Daphne Khoo) made a name for herself back in 2004 after participating in Singapore Idol. Whilst she didn’t win the contest, Khoo finished as 3rd runner up. Since then, she has played prominent stages including Singapore Day in Melbourne; a solo ticketed concert at the Esplanade Recital Studio; and Mosaic Music Festival….

Louise Lemón: Appalacherna Single Review

Louise Lemón is a mega talented Swedish songstress who is currently signed to Icons Creating Evil Art record label. She is actually no newcomer to the musical word, back in 2012 she made her debut with the magical Irrepressible Spirit EP. 5 years later Lemón unleashed her Purge EP which is so different compared to the debut….

FELIN: Destruction Therapy Single Review

Signed to Sony Music you have the talented Swedish duo FELIN. This impeccable two piece consist of singer/ songwriter Elin Blom and photographer/ director Fredrik Etoall (Fredrik is the F in Felin). They have already worked with the likes of Icona Pop, Tove Lo, The Rolling Stones and Adam Lambert. A couple of weeks ago FELIN unveiled…

Kylie Odetta: Undertow EP Review

All the way from South Carolina is 19 year old singer/ songwriter Kylie Odetta. I have to say from what I’ve heard she’s a complete marvel. Just from listening to the material Odetta has I would place her in the soul/ pop and jazz categories. Aside from that Kylie is no stranger to the music…