‘Blueberry Hill’ by Lenny

Having shared a stage with the likes of Razorlight and Feeder, singer-songwriter Lenny Bunn has now recorded his own version of the rock’n’roll classic, ‘Blueberry Hill’.

Lenny offers a more jazzy interpretation of the track which was a favourite of his adopted father who sadly passed away recently. Consequently, the song is dedicated to him. Lenny is evidently pleased with the outcome labelling it ‘more beautiful than ever imagined’.

The popular rock ‘n’ roll cover features talented musician Ibo from the Jamaican reggae band Third World and singer-songwriter Melissa James. Interestingly, the video for ‘Blueberry Hill’ exhibits each member of Lenny’s band recording their section from the comfort of their own homes and studios via an internet call.

Find out more on Lenny here:



Introducing: Chey – Dirty Love



Dirty Love takes a unique view upon a love affair where the woman is in total control of what happens next. Speaking on the track Chey says “I wanted this song to emphasise the power of a woman, and how she uses her sexuality to get what she wants.” Having had previous support from Chris Needs MBE (BBC Wales), Chey hopes her new single will captivate audiences.

Diversifying the music industry and creating an amalgamation of styles and genres, Chey certainly does not take a shy approach. “Dirty Love was written in the heat of the moment, having feelings about someone else can sometimes be the trigger you need to move on from the relationship you’re in. I recorded the vocals the same day it was written, to reflect the emotion, I was feeling at that time, I wanted the single to be raw and edgy and convey as much passion as possible.” She added.


Dirty Love seamlessly switches from sultry, soulful lyrics and beautifully constructed melodic runs – into a mesmerizing guitar riff, fusing together to make a memorable ballad. Chey’s debut single Dirty Love is intelligent Indie/pop at its very best.


Dirty Love is set for official release on January 20th 2017, and available for pre-order December 23 on ITunes, Spotify and Tidal.





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The Fedz – Best I Ever Had

‘Undeniably soul-moving’Earmilk

‘21st century funk, the slinky, contagious vocal sitting on top of some blasting horns and that filthy backbeat’ – Clash

‘I only play stuff that I love, I only play stuff that I can 100% stand behind and tell you that I believe you should know about these records’ – MistaJam,
Radio 1

The Fedz will release their brand new single ‘Best I Ever Had’, on 13th January 2017 – a song to make you feel warm this winter.

The band have also revealed an accompanying video for the track which truly captures what this collective is about. Taking to the streets to hold guerilla style parties, riding through London on a flatbed truck and bringing their own brand of disorganised fun.

The single follows on from their debut track ‘What’s my Name’ (“it sounds like a hot summers day” Clara Amfo – Radio 1) which achieved plays at Radio 1, Beats 1 and 1Xtra where it was championed by Mistajam. The collective are back with their latest offering ‘Best I Ever Had’ which is a reggae infused track, possessing distinctive head Fed Dennis Bovell’s musicality and influences.

The Fedz are a UK/US music collective, formed in January 2015 by Grammy and BRIT winning producers and an equally stellar cast of musicians/producers including three incredible new female vocalists and the legendary Dennis Bovell (Slits, Rip, Rig and Panic, The Pop Group) and James Poyser (Lauryn Hill, D’Angelo, Adele).

The collective’s main players are known for shaping the careers of Lauryn Hill, D’Angelo, The Slits, Beyonce, Jay Z, Rihanna, Stormzy, WSTRN, Labyrinth, Bugzy Malone, Lady Leshurr, The Prodigy and Ed Sheeran.

Independent singer-songwriter Nancy Black returns with ‘Dirty Little Bass’ EP written in a moment of euphoria

Independent singer-songwriter Nancy Black has developed her own unique style for her upcoming pop EP ‘Dirty Little Bass’. Black has collaborated with hip hop artists Lonzo Starr and Young Rob, gained support from Major Lazor and reached number 8 on the Music Week Commercial Chart, showing how much she has developed since going solo.

The former member of all-girl rock band Pink Lemons has grown in confidence and formed an addictive pop EP but with killer dance beats, giving it the Nancy Black edge. Although feisty, ‘Dirty Little Bass’ was written in a strange moment of euphoria after a nasty break up with a girl she fell hopelessly in love with.


Watch the music video to ‘Dirty Little Bass’ here:



Progressive Indo-Celtic rock group Joe O’Donnell’s Shkayla to release Christmas single ‘Noel Nouvelet’


Joe O’Donnell’s Shkayla are returning with a Christmas single like no other. ‘Noel Nouvelet’ is a unique combination of the traditional Christmas carol ‘Noel Nouvelet’ with ‘The Coventry Carol’ – infused with Celtic, Jazz and Indian musical influences.

Joe O’Donnell grew up in Limerick, Ireland, but in 1996 he moved to Coventry where he first became aware of the Coventry Carol, teaching it to violin students at a evening class. Whilst touring Brittany he learnt the traditional Christmas carol ‘Noel Nouvelet’. He has now blended the two.

Fuelled by five instrumentalists, Joe O’Donnell’s Shkayla blend Celtic, jazz and Indian musical influences to form a distinctive world sound. The band generate great energy and excitement,  whilst maintaining the sensitivity and delicacy needed in keeping faith with Celtic music.

So, get  yourself in the festive spirit and give this crazy, contemporary Christmas carol a listen: https://soundcloud.com/shkayla/noel-nouvelet-2016



Glitch Code -‘GLIMMER’


“…an apex of sonic brilliance”

– Fireworks Magazine

“Complex, interesting, impressive and deeply evocative”

– Black Velvet Magazine


Glitch Code is the innovative musical vehicle of songwriter and producer, Paul Kirkpatrick, and vocalist Rachel Harvey. Together they deliver a hypnotic blend of electro, rock and alternative pop.

‘Glimmer’ is the latest single from the duo’s highly-praised debut album Gifted_Damaged, released earlier this year. It comes with a brand new dramatic and psychedelic music video.

Watch video for ‘Glimmer’ here:

The group’s experimental style has seen them using unusual instruments such as theremin and fretless bass, whilst incorporating the latest soft synths and plug-ins available. Elements of David Bowie, Kate Bush and The Eurhythmics can be found in their sound.

Singer Rachel Harvey is a former television and film actress and was previously in a band called Axis before meeting with Paul Kirkpatrick to form Glitch Code.

All artwork for Gifted_Damaged was designed by Laurence Stevens, who has previously worked with the likes of Muse and The Eurhythmics. The CD packaging takes the unique form of a book, consisting of 24 pages, lyrics and an embossed cover, it is an example of the group’s limitless creativity.

 The single ‘Glimmer’ is out 11/11/16
Album is out 02/12/16






Adam Lanceley- ‘Those Rose Tinted Days’

London based singer-songwriter, Adam Lanceley is back with his latest slice of musings on life, ‘Those Rose Tinted Days’, taken from the album, Postcards from Then.

The trials of life have not held back the strong-minded singer-songwriter, Adam Lanceley, whose tragic car crash at the age of ten left him fighting for his life.

After his parents were told his chances of survival were slim and that he certainly would not walk again, Adam was determined to prove them wrong, having to re-learn many skills in the process, even how to talk.

‘Those Rose Tinted Days’ is a track that takes you back to the comforting glow of golden summer memories whilst you’re stuck with the dreary cold and rain of the British winter.

Inspired by classic acts such as the Beach Boys, Roy Orbison and even R.E.M, Adam’s music is well worth a listen if you’re looking for something a little left-field.






Folk rocker Tuffet Bunnies releases EP dedicated to his girlfriend

Folk rocker Tuffet Bunnies, aka Clem Darling, releases an explosion of love songs dedicated to his girlfriend through his debut EP ‘Love Songs For Scarlett’. The 4 track EP explores love, passion and joy, with lyrics dripping with emotion. Darling explains the EP as sounding like “they’ve been  written by a bunch of gypsies that popped out of the back of a caravan”!

From being involved in noise-rock and garage bands, Darling has adapted his sound taking inspiration from the likes of Paul Simon and Beck.

Stream ‘Everything’ here: