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Laurie Vusolo’s returns with impatient story of an ”On and Off” relationship

Sheffield’s Laurie Vusolo is back with a new song and it’s a chilled track that reflects her current mood. ”On & Off” is all about love and what you are willing to do in order to keep the flame burning brightly. The UK has an abundance of incredible artists and once again we are treated to a simple yet beautiful song. This one hits straight to the heart if you have ever experienced the confusion of an on and off relationship- which can be so mentally taxing.

Sometimes your best efforts are not enough and the person you truly desire just doesn’t deserve your love as they are too stubborn to change. Or, are they are willing to make an effort?

With such a soulful voice, this soulful singer-songwriter takes us into her head with ”One & Off‘ and we find out more about her doubts but fascination with an on and off relationship. She knows the time is over and we are sitting on the outside of her apartment while she deals with these feelings. Laurie Vusolo is a wonderful talent. I love her voice and the calm manner in which she portrays her feeling with honest lyrics.

Stream more from this rising singer-songwriter with such soul on her Spotify channel.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Alska have dropped their latest single Matter Of Time

Four-piece band Alska has dropped ‘Matter Of Time’ nailing that Alternative Rock essence, but adding in many varieties of instrumentation to give it a more upbeat and funky sound, it’s a perfect combination.

There’s something about this quartet that hooks you in straight away, whether that’s the way they change up their style in a rather fast way through the compelling vocals. So many elements are coarse through this piece, making it such an intriguing song to listen to and one that shows a huge amount of potential.

Kicking it off with the riff on the guitar, as the deep melodic vocals begin having this gravelly tone to the voice, As the instrumentation begins to fade off into the distance, to really let the vocals shine. When a trumpet pierces through the song playing an uplifting tune, Throughout the beginning, middle and end there is always a use of a variety of instruments and the way this band switches it up so effortlessly is incredible.

Head on over to bandcamp now to check out Alska’s single Matter Of Time

Review by Karley Myall