100 Songs 100 Days: Day 3 – Zak Abel

  Music Challenge Day 3: Zak Abel - Say Sumthin Zak Abel is an artist that really really excites me. I came across him after the release of his EP 'One Hand on The Future' back in 2015 and was immediately blown away by his talent, voice and music compositions. Listening to him I thought he'd … Continue reading 100 Songs 100 Days: Day 3 – Zak Abel

100 Songs 100 Days: Day 1 – George Michael

Recovering from writers block, I decided to try a little bit of writing each day to get myself back into the swing of things. What better way to do this than to set myself a challenge - post 100 songs in 100 days! I've seen people posting a song or album cover a day for … Continue reading 100 Songs 100 Days: Day 1 – George Michael

Album Review: Bitter Sweet by Juliette Ashby

A few years ago I came across the artist Juliette Ashby and what I witnessed was an uber talented woman, grafting hard to get her music listened to by the right ears. Those in the know, know that with a click of her finger (literally) Juliette could have been living the mega-high life and riding the … Continue reading Album Review: Bitter Sweet by Juliette Ashby

2 Weeks Till The Thomas Brown Affair hit Rutland

In 2 weeks time the Thomas Brown Affair will be heading to Rutland and what a night this promises to be! The Thomas Brown Affair features lead singer Kenny Thomas who you (if one is as old as moi) will remember for hit UK Top 10 singles 'Thinking About Your Love' and 'Best of You' as well … Continue reading 2 Weeks Till The Thomas Brown Affair hit Rutland

Mario Christmas by Mario Biondi

The picture perfect Christmas scene is snowy-clad with rosy cheeked people trudging around in the snow, delivering presents and spreading Christmas cheer - but here Mario Biondi turns that all upside down with his Mediterranean sunshine filled album that takes the cold out of Christmas but maintains the glow in our hearts. With funky 60's vibes … Continue reading Mario Christmas by Mario Biondi

Adam Dunning Glass Bottom Boat

When Australian born Adam Dunning met and recorded his first album 'Sunset Monkeys' with the Godfathers of Bossa Nova (Roberto Menescal & Joao Donato to name a few), who knew that he'd go on to create the atmospheric sound of "Bossa Surf" in second album 'Glass Bottom Boat'. Recorded whilst drifting between homes in Rio de Janeiro and … Continue reading Adam Dunning Glass Bottom Boat