Fergus McKay & Nothing Concrete present ‘Old Black Crow’

Fergus McKay and his troupe, Nothing Concrete, are music like nothing you have never heard before from their remote location of Pyrenees in the South of France. With diversity in both their music and backgrounds, Fergus McKay & Nothing Concrete are an extraordinary band consisting of unique and talented musicians who create folk infused, bluesy, … Continue reading Fergus McKay & Nothing Concrete present ‘Old Black Crow’

Hey Look Ma, Panic! At The Disco’s brand new album Pray for the Wicked

When Pete Wentz was quoted describing Pray for the Wicked as ‘Death of a Bachelor on steroids’, I personally worried we would end up with either cutting room floor songs or a recycled album. However, ‘Say Amen (Saturday Night)’ floored me and gave some understanding into exactly what ‘Death of a Bachelor on steroids’ means. … Continue reading Hey Look Ma, Panic! At The Disco’s brand new album Pray for the Wicked

Celebrating the music of Brazil with Ricardo Bacelar’s Sebastiana

No celebration is complete without music and Ricardo Bacelar has used this to his advantage to create a fifteen-track album entitled Sebastiana bursting with culture and pride. Being Ricardo’s third album, the artist wanted to create something that would transcend musical styles and go beyond trends and fashion. With Sebastiana, Ricardo has recorded something that … Continue reading Celebrating the music of Brazil with Ricardo Bacelar’s Sebastiana

The sound of summer is here a few months early with Jonny Dee’s The Human Experience

Music has provided and created many forms of escape for both artists and fans, a way to remove yourself from a world that just isn’t what you need it to be in the moment. So much focus has been put into creating musical worlds to hide in that a niche market has been left for … Continue reading The sound of summer is here a few months early with Jonny Dee’s The Human Experience

Lawrence Preston has ‘Something For You’

Music has gone through transformations for both the better and the worst but as musical technology advances, artists seem to be forgetting that creating music is something more than a quick profit. Hiding behind auto-tune and getting lost in pigeon-hole conventions music is slowly becoming a hypodermic needle some consumers are willingly injecting because they … Continue reading Lawrence Preston has ‘Something For You’