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Emily Wells – Passenger

Mind. Blown. Just had to get that out there before I go into any detail about last night’s performance from Emily Wells at The Lexington. I’d listened to her 2012 album, Mama (Partisan Records), a few times before the show,… Continue Reading →

Night Engine – I’ll Make It Worth Your While

Listen to this song, and let me know which legendary artist with a career spanning 5 decades as a renowned innovator and musical pioneer comes to mind: Night Engine – I’ll Make It Worth Your While When I heard this,… Continue Reading →

Hannah Cohen – The Crying Game

“Hannah Cohen is an American singer-songwriter”, says Google. Factual, yes, but doesn’t even come close to doing her justice. The first words that come to mind on hearing her voice are, for me, delicate, vulnerable, sincere, tentative – as though she’s fearful of even… Continue Reading →

Findlay – Your Sister

The way I described Wild Belle’s Natalie Bergman in my last post might lead you to expect an arrogant, bitchy, over-the-top contrast in this next one….more sassy, confident, full-on garage rocker. The chequered playsuit she wore at Brighton’s Blind Tiger… Continue Reading →

MyPet – Pays to Know

I’ve been keeping this one to myself until now…but figured as it’s been a while since I posted SOHN I might as well go big or go home… If everything this band releases is a good as this, I think… Continue Reading →

SOHN – The Wheel

Listening to this for possibly the 5th time today, this time on SoundCloud, my gaze drifts to the window and it’s snowing again… Lost in the synthy, distorted vocal motif and the sad story in the lyrical melody, it’s a… Continue Reading →

Cheryl Cole – Call My Name

It wouldn’t be a fair representation of my musical year if I let 2012 close without posting this song. It appears in my top 10 tracks by plays over the last 12 months on – though the chart says… Continue Reading →

Chelsea Wolfe – The Way We Used To

Confession time – I discovered Chelsea Wolfe through Ricall. She’s one of their Ones to Watch for 2013 and actually my favourite of the lot. Musically, she reminds me of one of my favourite artists and most memorable live artists… Continue Reading →

Tame Impala – Feels Like We Only Go Backwards

Some psychedelic surf-rock daydreaming music to wile away the post-Christmas turkey-stuffed lethargy. This is “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” from Perth-originated Australians, Tame Impala: Tame Impala – Feels Like We Only Go Backwards The track is from their second album, Lonerism,… Continue Reading →

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