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Acoustic Rock Pop

Newcastle singer Conrad Ashton is back with entertaining single ”Time”

Pop Rock singer-songwriter, Conrad Ashton, from the beautiful town of Spennymoor in County Durham, is back with new music and this time his single is called ”Time”. A positive message is here for our ears to enjoy and Conrad is urging us to make the best use of our time left in this wild world that we reside in.

Always evolving, Conrad is a genuine soul who has a lot of fun with his music and doesn’t take himself too seriously which is great to see. After mainly playing in Leeds and Newcastle, Conrad must be itching to take that stage again and performing his gallivanting style of Rock to his fans delight.

Newcastle based Conrad Ashton takes us on a wild ride, with lots of twists and turns in ”Time”. A fun singer who puts his heart and soul into every note, Conrad is the type of singer-songwriter you would take your whole family to go and watch. With the kids dancing in the front and the oldies swaying at the back while sipping on a few gins. This is terrific music that takes you back to the good old days of simple fun without pretentiousness.

Stream Conrad’s music on his SoundCloud channel right now.

Review by Llewelyn Screen

Armi Abiera – Don’t Forget to Say Hello: Hauntingly Captivating Acoustic Rock Pop

Don't Forget to Say Hello by Armi Abiera

Don’t Forget to Say Hello is the first single by Armi Abiera and written by Jimmy Wend and it’s safe to say the track stands as testament to both of their musical ingenuity.

The simplicity of the track is the first thing that hits you. There’s no dramatic effect or unnecessary effects just pure, perfectly synergised acoustic rhythm. Every part of the composition was placed there delicately and intricately to create some of the powerful melodies you’ll have heard this year.

Armi Abiera’s emotive vocals lead you into a highly emotional track which is steeped in nostalgic rapture. The track tackles the emotion of a child growing up and leaving home, which, is undeniably hard for all parties involved, yet the way Armi was able to encapsulate all of that in her vocals was nothing short of uplifting. Which is a little strange, because at the same time It’s grounding. Either way the hauntingly captivating melody will stay with you long after the track has faded out.

You can check out Don’t Forget to Say Hello for yourself by heading over to BandCamp now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast