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Evan Petruzzi releases their authentically arrestive Alt Country Pop single “Warrior”

Country vocalists have always had the organic capacity to draw you into their soundscapes and allow the story contained within the lyrics to truly resonate. Evan Petruzzi’s latest single “Warrior” is definitely no exception to this rule – even with her slightly Alt take on Bluesy Country Pop.

Warrior is dark and it’s fierce, but it still contains catchy hooks and sticky sweet melodies which will leave you captivated by the atmospheric single which runs through with an Indie feel. It’s perceptible that Warrior wasn’t a track created just for the sake of putting music on the airwaves, it’s pure soulful catharsis; for the listener and the New York-basedsinger-songwriter.

With her magnetic vocal presence, the compulsion to orchestrate an instrumental arrangement that is anything but archetypal, and her commitment to speak truth through her lyrics, if any Blues Pop artist deserves to spring up from the underground in 2019, it’s Even Petruzzi.

You can check out Evan Petruzzi’s authentically arrestive single Warrior for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Kellimarie – Look at Me: Conversationally Creative Lyricism from the UK’s Prodigal Daughter of Pop

Not many lyricists can stay that they started penning poignant lyrics at the age of 12, but that’s just one of the ways which singer-songwriter Kellimarie will leave you mesmerised.

Kellimarie’s distinctively soulful vocals allow her to establish herself as an artist who carries plenty of authenticity, and potentially, more importantly, the ability to truly connect with the listener. With each lyrical line delivered, you get to appreciate the pure undiluted sincerity of the sentiment. Any fans of Kate Nash’s lyrical, playful yet powerful style of vocals is sure to appreciate Kellimarie’s latest single.

Look at Me will be available on pre-order on July 4th, and available for general release from July 18th. So, you’ll have to wait a little longer before you can check out the single for yourselves, but in the meantime, head over to Kellimarie’s official website and check out her earlier releases.

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Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Paris Love-Child – Addicts We On: Discover the North London Artist Pouring Soul & Style into Rap

“Addicts We On” is the latest single from Paris Love-Child; a North-London based artist who borrows elements from a myriad of genres before mashing them together in a smoothly sublime organic mix.

The production on the track may not have been the most polished, yet, this serves to give the single plenty of depth and atmospherics. Besides, it would have been an aural crime to strip away Paris Love-Child’s distinctive approach to soul-soaked R&B Hip Hop. While Addicts We On isn’t an experimental track, it still flows with undiluted authenticity which is all too irresistible to slip into.

You’ll have to wait a little longer before you can check out Addicts We On for yourselves, in the meantime, you can head over to SoundCloud and check out their earlier releases.

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Review by Amelia Vandergast

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AstralDreaming – Laniakea: Melodically Soothing Electronica Catharsis

Any Electronica artist going by the title of AstralDreaming has to be pretty sure in their abilities when it comes to cooking up trippy, transcendental and lucid soundscapes. And it’s safe to say with their latest single “Laniakea” AstralDreaming proved to deliver exactly what it says on the tin.

Although Laniakea carries plenty of melodically soothing catharsis, each note still retains a vibrancy as the track progresses up to the euphoric sweet spot which breaks just before the outro revealing how deeply immersed you had become. To add even more authenticity and organic appeal to their latest single, AstralDreaming added a slight hint of spacey tonality which will ensure that you’re lifted to a higher futuristic aural plateau with Laniakea.

You can check out AstralDreaming’s latest mix Laniakea along with their earlier releases for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Power Pop duo Ready Set Red has dropped their sticky-sweet debut with single “Daydreamer”

Some Pop artists boast the ability to leave you instantaneously enamoured with their soundscapes and energy. While it doesn’t happen all too often with up and coming artists, Ready Set Red proved with their debut track “Daydreamer” to be amongst the artists with the enviable sticky-sweet charismatic presence.

The Indie Power Pop artist’s offering of high vibe, harmoniously rendered alchemy, contains big choruses, similar to what you could expect from any punchy Maroon 5 track. Yet, the vocals in Daydreamer almost allow the track to veer into the Pop Rock arena thanks to the unrestrained bite which allows passion to pour into the single. Considering that the debut was mixed and mastered by Ready Set Red themselves, debut singles don’t really come much more promising.

It is definitely no surprise that they have been able to amass so much attention to their recently released single.

You can check out Ready Set Red’s debut single Daydreamer for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Amy Corey releases her most powerful Pop ballad yet with “Look at What You Did to Me”

Even the track title to Amy Corey’s latest single “Look at What You Did to Me” is candid, raw, and soul exposing. The soundscape which ensues when you hit play is just as strikingly arrestive and will leave you with a profound sense of adoration for Amy Corey’s unapologetic openness.

I can only imagine the pure catharsis which the up and coming Alt Pop artist felt as she curated this empowering resonant ballad. With the single, the momentum steadily and seamlessly builds under the repetition of “look at what you did to me” amplifying the sentiment behind the track. It’s all too rare that someone actually faces the consequences of their actions, so the evocative command was beyond compelling.

You can check out Amy Corey’s emotively bruising, sonorously powerful single Look at What You Did to Me for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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London Based Newcomers Rocket66 release a class A Punk Rock Track with “The Comedown”

Rocket66 are the up and coming Alt-Rock band carrying that distinctively, ever alluring London Punk Rock edge which is just as essential now as it was back in the 70s. Although, it could be said that they lose Punk points for being able to play their instruments too well. With Riffs which would be at home in a Motorhead track combined with the slightly crass yet still infinitely enamouring vocals and lyrics, you’ll be treated to the Classic London Punk which you have come to love from Towers of London and the Clash.

Thankfully, The Comedown will have the exact opposite experience of having an actual comedown, the punchy, charismatically cocky energy practically oozes from the track.

You can check out The Comedown which was released on May 27th for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Seven Seers – Bittersweet Paradise: Indie Synth Pop with Plenty of 80s Nostalgia Appeal

“Bittersweet Paradise” is the alchemically crafted latest single from up and coming London-based Indie artist Seven Seers. The track practically oozes 80s nostalgia through the mesmeric melodies which are all too quick to envelop you in a warm rich tonality that’s all too indulgent to resist.

Bittersweet Paradise may borrow a few elements from the 80s, yet under Seven Seers’ deftly stylistic command, there’s plenty about the track which resonates with distinction. The vocals have a uniquely raw, humanistic quality which makes it all too easy to form a connection with the romantically steeped sentiment Bittersweet Paradise was born from.

You can check out Seven Seers latest single Bittersweet Paradise for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

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Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Loosh – The Devil and Guns: When’s the Last Time Hip Hop Gave You the Fear?

Any Hip Hop track dark enough to instil actual ominous fear as it progresses is always going to be welcome on our radar. The title to up and coming recording artist Loosh’s latest single “the Devil and Guns” may seem dark, but it still did very little to prepare me for what his experimental take on EDM Hip Hop offers.

The delivery of the lyricism (which can only be described as spoken word poetry) is impossibly mesmeric, the versing remains calm which may not work with most Hip Hop tracks, but Loosh definitely isn’t your average Hip Hop artist. Instead of using anger to convey the existentialism in the lyrics, the Brighton-based artist uses something far more effective; the versing resonates like pre-emptive contempt to make the Devil and Guns even more chill-inducing. The track fading out on a sadistic laugh was nothing short than genius. Loosh’s latest single may just be the aural equivalent of American Psycho, and I don’t think that there is any praise higher than that.

You can check out Loosh’s latest track the Devil and Guns for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

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Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Fantarka – Deep Dive: Ingeniously Immersive Trance

“Deep Dive” is the incredibly apt title of the up and coming Washington-based artist Fantarka’s latest mix Deep Dive. The track kicks off with a Hardstyle prelude before evolving to a Harsh Trance mix which infuses plenty of inventively experimental effects ensuring that nothing about the progression of this track is archetypal.

Even though you aren’t able to follow the rhythm as you would in any typical Trance track, your senses are heightened as you anticipate what band of aural chaos will throw at you next. Any fans of Atari Teenage Riot will become instantly enamoured by the virile yet deftly orchestrated instrumental mix which is incredibly uplifting. For a track to be uplifting and mind-bending is quite an impressive feat, we’re already more than excited to hear where Fantarka takes their sound next.

You can check out Fantarka’s ingeniously immersive EDM track Deep Dive for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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