Indie/Folk Artist Rachel Caddy Talks Her Sparkling First Single: Blue Sky Soda Stream

Do you ever have those unprecedented moments of indestructible joy? When dizzying happiness speeds through your veins like adrenaline and you can't quite explain it?  Even though these moments are few and far between, Victorian Indie/Folk artist Rachel Caddy has captured their essence in her very first single; 'Blue Sky Soda Stream'. With a distinctive... Continue Reading →

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Kat’s Picks: August

Is it just me, or is a cheeky look through someone's music library super satisfying? Not only is it an illumination of character, but it's the perfect way to have a sneaky judgement (do they listen to Nickleback??) or appreciation session on their taste. Well, for better or worse, I'm inviting you to do exactly... Continue Reading →

Let’s Talk Melodrama

Here it is. Melodrama. It's a cathartic patchwork of sound, an intoxicating mix of styles blended into something unique and extraordinary and quintessentially Lorde. If adolescence was an album, this would be it. Melodrama is so many things at once; a snapshot of a house party, a candid portrayal of self acceptance - and let's face it, a... Continue Reading →

Lianne La Havas: Our New Soul Obsession

The atmosphere is electric, the crowd positively sparkling with the intoxicating excitement which absorbs Coldplay fans on the A Head Full Of Dreams Tour. I'll admit, impatience drums against my ribs as a support act (La Havas) is all that stands between me and four of my favourite musicians. La Havas walks out, radiantly smiling, strumming a... Continue Reading →

Lady Gagas’ Joanne: sexy, soulful and fresh

  Joanne is tangible, the kind of music you feel reverberating through your core. Everything about it is extraordinary; the vocals, the guests (such as Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine), and the audacious, unapologetic step Gaga has taken to delve into the new.  There's soul, pop, folk and even the occasional country lilt. Of course... Continue Reading →

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