The Roques [unedited] Music Review

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Come the Spring [unedited] Music Review

It's not too often that you find bands like Come The Spring who are so passionate about their work even with a small fan base. Rather it be Sam Caddock belting out ardent lyrics, or Simon Goodrick and David Gamage setting the hard rock background for Sam... They know exactly what message they want to say, … Continue reading Come the Spring [unedited] Music Review

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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

Cruel Miracle [unedited] Music Review

There is definitely a modernized rock n' roll feel behind Cruel Miracle's sound that needs to be recognized as unique. Rather it be Kim's grunge-like-vocals, or their metal-like-guitar riffs; Cruel Miracle certainly seem to infuse the old with a new version of this genre of music. They tell me, "there is an urging sense of creativity … Continue reading Cruel Miracle [unedited] Music Review

Paul De Leon Demonstrates His command As An Artist Paul De Leon, the Australian born singer-songwriter, recently released a new single, ‘Criminals’ and showcased yet again his innate talent as a follow on from the successes of his previous releases ‘The One You Want’ and ‘Take It Away’. Before growing into a singing and song writing career, Paul De Leon was an accomplished … Continue reading Paul De Leon Demonstrates His command As An Artist

Scott Beckett [unedited] Music Review

@Scott Beckett Scott Beckett, the Liverpudlian singer-songwriter recently released the stand out new single, ‘Take Me Home’ from his stunning EP, Teach Me To Fly.  The assured lyrics are stratified over unhurried drifts of guitarwork and delivers an optimistic directive and something to hold onto.  There is a fresh, straightforward message within this track and joined with … Continue reading Scott Beckett [unedited] Music Review

An Orange Conspiracy [unedited] Music Review

An Orange Conspiracy An Orange Conspiracy on SoundCloud The Scottish Rockers, An Orange Conspiracy, have recently released their stand out single, ‘Feelin Fine’.  Taken from their impressive debut EP, AOC, the track, deftly created by this band of brothers, is one to take notice of certainly. Ricki, Leo and Casey Galea, who make up AOC, … Continue reading An Orange Conspiracy [unedited] Music Review