Composer Toni Castells explores notions of loneliness in Neo-Classical concert – LSO St Luke’s, Barbican on 20th October

Inspired by the work set out from former MP Jo Cox’s Commission of Loneliness, published in 2017, Toni Castells’ latest work – ‘HHUMANN X’, heavily draws upon the findings of this report, which divulged that more than 9 million people are affected by loneliness in the UK alone. With the album’s themes centred around the subject … Continue reading Composer Toni Castells explores notions of loneliness in Neo-Classical concert – LSO St Luke’s, Barbican on 20th October

Harp Samuels’ celestial new single ‘Breathe’

Life and restrictions have stopped so many talented and creative music artists from following their dreams. Harp Samuels could have faded and become one of these lost gems but perseverance, dedication and passion have driven him forward to release the first single, ‘Breathe’, from his forthcoming album of the same name. Born in Melbourne, Australia … Continue reading Harp Samuels’ celestial new single ‘Breathe’

Shaka Shams has released the first EP in his Elements series, Crystal Clear

Drawing from his Zulu ancestry eighteen-year-old rapper/poet Shaka Shams is proving to be a force you might not want to reckon with in the EP Elements: Crystal Clear. A collection of six songs with inspiration taken from a variety of places such as street scenes, films and even anime. The contrasting inspirations demonstrate Shaka’s versatility … Continue reading Shaka Shams has released the first EP in his Elements series, Crystal Clear

Satellite Ravens are taking the Rohde less travelled by with soaring new album, The Equinox

‘If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself’ is the exact mentality multi-instrumentalist and creator of Satellite Ravens, Carson Rohde, has applied to debut album, The Equinox. Birthed in Arizona but finding their wings in California, Satellite Ravens are a new twist on the one-man band by combining the sound of … Continue reading Satellite Ravens are taking the Rohde less travelled by with soaring new album, The Equinox

IOTAPHI’s electro-noir art project, Kloudland, is threatening to take the world apart

Taking fashion style tips from Sia and music style tips from Nils Frahm, electronic duo IOTAPHI are putting the world and all its values under a musical microscope with their debut EP, Kloudland. From the depths of Ibiza’s valley and with roots in Athens, the duo has arisen on a pilgrimage of cinematic landscapes, disturbing … Continue reading IOTAPHI’s electro-noir art project, Kloudland, is threatening to take the world apart