In Earnest [unedited] Music Review

Sarah, Toby, and Thomas (photo taken by Soundcastle) Nowadays it feels like I can't slow down and relax, if I do I just feel so... Useless. I decided to do this blog not only for my love for music, but also my fear of feeling absolutely worthless. The only way I feel like I have … Continue reading In Earnest [unedited] Music Review

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Izzy Thomas at Great British Rock and Blues Festival

Izzy Thomas [unedited] Music Review

Izzy Thomas (taken by Dorota Szostek Photography) "'But I don't want to go among mad people,' Alice remarked. 'Oh you can't help that,' said the Cat. 'We're all mad here. I'm mad. You're mad.' 'How do you know I'm mad?' said Alice. 'You must must be,' said the Cat, 'or you wouldn't have come here.'" … Continue reading Izzy Thomas [unedited] Music Review

2am Orchestra [unedited] Music Review

Photo taken by Joel (Instagram) To people like myself, doing what you love keeps you sane and happy. You need to do this sh*t so that life doesn't feel so... Useless. That's why they call it "a calling" probably. That's why David J. Kelley has been doing what he loves since 2001 and probably even … Continue reading 2am Orchestra [unedited] Music Review

Miles V [unedited] Music Review

According to the UK's Mental Health Foundation, 1 in 6 people for the past week has experienced a common mental health problem. At least most of this population receives help and have a higher chance to overcome or better cope with their condition, but please remember... That's in the UK, a totally different health care … Continue reading Miles V [unedited] Music Review

J. R. August [unedited] Music Review

This week's article is about J.R. August, a talented Croatian singer-songwriter who just came out with his debut album towards the end of last year. The album is called Dangerous Waters and is available on Spotify, SoundCloud, and all other popular streaming platforms.

The Vast Oddity [unedited] Music Review

Photo taken by Bev Mortimer "Since ancient times, humans have assigned healing and transformational properties to water. In early Rome, baths were an important part of cultural life, a place where citizens went to find relaxation and to connect with others in a calming setting. In ayurveda, the ancient Indian medicinal wisdom, and traditional Chinese … Continue reading The Vast Oddity [unedited] Music Review

Jason Ebbs [unedited] Music Review

What inspired you to start making music?   Jason: My mom had me taking piano lessons when I was pretty young. I had been a fan of rock music (the Beatles, the White Stripes, Steely Dan) all along because of my parents, but I was only playing stuff like “Puff the Magic Dragon” and the … Continue reading Jason Ebbs [unedited] Music Review

Facebook photo taken for Radio for June

Radio for June [unedited] Music Review

An ambient electronic beat with drums in the background and a smooth/echo-like vocals with acoustic guitar riffs also in the background. This is what most of Radio for June's songs sound like... Relaxing... Calm... And peaceful, almost as if Thomas and Stephen LaVine are helping you through the emotions of each song. These songs are … Continue reading Radio for June [unedited] Music Review

Drakmah [unedited] Music Review

Drakmah The electronic group from London, Drakmah, have just released their most recent single, ‘Hear’, extracted from their clever EP, ‘Storyteller’.  The track has all the elements of the electronic sound fleshed out with an alternative vibe and loaded with the requisite energy. With this latest single, ‘Hear’, you can instantly hear the band’s given talent … Continue reading Drakmah [unedited] Music Review