Hannah Featherstone: Word Bound Album Review

Raised in France but born in Britain you have the wonderful Hannah Featherstone. She may be an independent artist but she’s got bundles of experience having performed in iconic venues such as the Olympia, le Parvis de Notre-Dame de Paris et du Sacré Coeur, la Bellevilloise, le zèbre de Belleville.Music is something Hannah is extremely passionate…

Izellah: Island Holiday Single Review

Izellah Connelly is a tremendous young talent all the way from the Gold Coast, Australia. She’s extremely passionate about performing, Izellah even composed and sang her first song at the age of 2 and a half!!. At the age of 11, Connelly has accomplished an awful lot. Way back in 2014 she release  covers EP entitled…

Iselin: Bathtub Single Review

Iselin Solhein is a 26 year old singer/ songwriter who comes all the way from Oslo, Norway. Having provided vocals on Alan Walker’s singles Faded and Sing Me To Sleep, Iselin is now stepping into the limelight with debut Warner Music released single Bathtub. I love my Scandi Pop and I’ve had this single on…

The Rubens: Lo La Ru Album Review

The Rubens are a talented five piece group who come all the way from Australia. Comprising of Sam Margin (Guitar/Lead Vocals), Elliott Margin (Keys/Vocals), Zaac Margin (Lead Guitar), Scott Baldwin (Drums) and Will ‘Hog’ Zeglis (Bass), this quintet are a big deal in their native homeland Australia. The Rubens have sold out arenas, topped  Triple J’s…

Michaela May: Hook, Line & Sinker Single Review

Michaela May was born in Aberdeen, Scotland but now calls Toronto, Ontario her home. She came into my life at the very beginning of 2016, the song in question being 1954 and this anthem oozed plenty of bubble gum pop vibes. I literally fell for Michaela on my very first listen. Subsequent singles Lights Out…

J Pee: To The Kids That I Might Never Have Single Review

To The Kids That I Might Never Have is the latest single by comedic rapper J Pee. I’ve listened to this terrific track a number of times and I’m greatly impressed with the whole production. Jesse reflects honestly on the idea of having kids some day, and the tragedies and triumphs those kids will likely face….