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Lori Triplett sings about heartbreak on her glorious new single called ‘If My Name Were New York’

Lori Triplett is an indie singer-songwriter based out of Nashville. She is a fine young singer who has a wholesome style, her music is for all ages. This is an artist who sees true beauty out of bad situations. This is the 4th & final single from her new ‘Slow Poison’ EP.

There is so much talk but you feel like things could be so much better. They don’t have money for you but do for their own tattoos. You are feeling a bit used and think that they are just with you for one reason. You know you need to move on to be truly happy and this might be the right time. Would they love you more if you were her?

With a sultry but classy voice, the words are clear and the picture is so bright. Lori Triplett is a real talent and I could listen to her all day on ‘If My Name Were New York‘. The way she holds her voice so well and each breath seems to be so meaningful.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Conor Mac – Atlantis: The Artist Putting Jangle-Pop into Indie Folk Rock

If you get hit by that sweet warm tingling feeling when you listen to an Indie Folk Rock track you know you’ve found an absolute gem. There may be swathes of people attempting to stand out in the genre, yet Northern Ireland-based singer songwriter Conor Mac stood out by a country mile with his debut single Atlantis. His jangly guitar progressions accompanied by the deep reverberant basslines and light piano melodies came together as a work of aural alchemy. With Conor Mac’s vocals and poignantly piercing lyrics combined, you can be sure that you’ll knee deep into the track before you realise how entrenched you are in the delicate yet heavily weighted composition.

You can check out Conor Mac’s single, along with his latest single releases for yourself by heading to SoundCloud now. If you like your Rock a little heavier and infused with a pinch of Post Punk ‘Horns’ is a sensationally cataclysmic track which rolls with a relentless fluidity which I’m sure most Indie Rock artists on the scene to day couldn’t keep up with.

Review by Amelia Vandergast