‘High Hopes’ is exactly what fans have for Pray for the Wicked

Any long-time readers of this blog will know that with all the havoc Panic! at the Disco have been creating, a Panic post was inevitable. From sending fans potatoes in the post to giving a flawless live recreation of ‘Say Amen (Saturday Night)’ on The Ellen DeGeneres Show; it’s all accumulated to the third single … Continue reading ‘High Hopes’ is exactly what fans have for Pray for the Wicked

Bute are making a statement with debut single, ‘Can You Hear Me?’

After being thoroughly entertained by Bute’s stage performance a few months ago during their support for RedFaces, I have been eagerly waiting for the first studio recorded piece from the band. Whilst watching the four-piece Cardiff indie group added up to a bloody brilliant night, the small venue combined with the ground shaking amps made … Continue reading Bute are making a statement with debut single, ‘Can You Hear Me?’

Adam 888 takes us on a journey of cosmic spirituality with ‘Chakra 123’

Sometimes artists find music, other times the music seeks out the artists. In the case of Adam 888, music called out and took an unrelenting grip until the two became fused in a comic trap through which blissful sound would be made. Based in Sweden, Adam saw his career excel as a professional skier until … Continue reading Adam 888 takes us on a journey of cosmic spirituality with ‘Chakra 123’

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

Brand building and ambition burning in ‘Fire’ by Quadri

With great music can come a great brand and that’s exactly what urban pop artist Quadri is aiming for with his new single ‘Fire.’ Influenced by grime musicians and producers like Wiley and Timbaland, Quadri is using his music to make a scorching mark in both the music and clothing industry. Listen to ‘Fire’ here: … Continue reading Brand building and ambition burning in ‘Fire’ by Quadri