Known for the melodic textures and ambient soundscapes that evoke a range of emotions within his music, Rameses has built up a dedicated fan base within the the social media community. With a number of releases under his belt with the well respected “Monstercat” label, Rameses has secured his place within the UK Electronic music scene.
This Autumn saw Hollyoaks get a bit high octane, so it was only fitting that the brilliant Song of Return’s “Black Sail” supplied the soundtrack to all of this mayhem. Also Danny Dyer makes an appearance! (What’s not to like eh?).
Prides are a three-piece hailing from Glasgow, who only launched in April of this year with one track online, which is now sitting at over 50,000 hits on Soundcloud. The track, ‘Out of the Blue’, has received some pretty intense acclaim on blogs including Neon Gold in the States, as well as Radio 1’s Huw Stephens picking up on the track. However, their live shows reinforce that it’s definitely not just about one song!
John’s new album, Great Lakes, is his third. It is an astonishingly beautiful record, as informed by his love of Bert Janschas it is by the sweeping melodicism of Frank Sinatra or Jim Reeves, yet it’s a record that only began after John suffered two painful years of writer’s block so intense he wondered if the game might be up.
Originating from the south of Sweden, the six members of Hurricane Love fused their musical and songwriting energies together in the beginning of 2012. That same year they emerged victorious, beating over 4000 bands, in the largest live music competition for unsigned bands in the world - Emergenza.
Here is the video For the utterly Brilliant “Only Human”
Born in 2011 and nurtured on a diet of Cider and Skateboarding, Brighton-via Cornwall trio Gnarwolves have been tearing through the UK underground Punk Scene, garnering stellar reviews since their inception.
The lads were invited to record a session at the legendary Maida Vale studios by Radio 1. Here they perform “Limerence”
When Eliza and the Bear formed in late 2010 dreams of fame and fortune had long since passed for vocalist and guitarist James Kellegher, keyboard player Callie Noakes, guitarist Martin Dukelow, bassist Chris Brand and drummer Paul Kevin Jackson. Getting together in a practice room, having some laughs and writing great songs were the only real concerns for the five young men, nothing else was ever discussed.
With the imminent arrival of the PS4 this festive season, Sony’s promotions factory is well into gear. We’re loving this new ad from Drum showing the development of one gamers relationship with the console from 1995 to the present day. Brilliant stuff.