Single Review: Allan Purvis – Moet

By Chelsea Ness Glaswegian singer songwriter, Allan Purvis is without a doubt ‘one to watch’ this year after the successful release of his latest single, ‘Moet’. With it’s breezy feel-good acoustics and dreamy lyrics, it’s the perfect track to play whilst having a few beers with your pals on a nice sunny day. It’s aContinue reading “Single Review: Allan Purvis – Moet”

An Interview with Captain Wilberforce on the release of their latest album, When the Dust Just Won’t Settle

by Chelsea Ness This week, we caught up with Northern Indie Pop band, Captain Wilberforce to find out more about their latest album, ‘When The Dust Just Won’t Settle’. Find out everything you need to know about the album through this detailed interview… You have just released your latest album, ‘When the Dust Just Won’tContinue reading “An Interview with Captain Wilberforce on the release of their latest album, When the Dust Just Won’t Settle”

Meet the Bands – Stone Sea

WHO? Brazilian/ Irish trio based in Dublin GENRE? Alternative Rock, Stoner/Doom to Bossa Nova Rock with some groovy riffs and lyseric melodies thrown in there too! FOR FANS OF: Black Sabbath and Kyruss THE MUSIC FILES’ FAVOURITE TRACK: Mystify – Infectious guitar hooks and heavy but addictive drum beats, this song is the ultimate headbanger!!Continue reading “Meet the Bands – Stone Sea”

Meet the Bands – Primes

WHO? Falkirk trio, Ollie (Vocals/Bass), Sarah (Guitar) and Reece (Drums) all make up Primes GENRE? Indie Rock FOR FANS OF: Biffy Clyro, Feeder and False Friends THE MUSIC FILES FAVOURITE TRACK: Nine Lives. Right from the get-go, this track pulls listeners in with it’s punchy drums, rhythmic guitar hooks and a beautiful blend of harmonies.Continue reading “Meet the Bands – Primes”

Single Review: Will and The People – Shame

by Chelsea Ness Brighton’s very own indie rock band, Will and the People have been making waves in the music scene for around ten years now and their latest track, Shame suggests that the four piece won’t be stopping anytime soon (we hope not anyway). The first time I discovered the band was after hearingContinue reading “Single Review: Will and The People – Shame”

Meet The Musician – Charity Stow

WHO? Nottingham singer/ songwriter, Charity Stow GENRE: Soulful Pop FOR FANS OF: Nora Jones, Caro Emerald and Ingrid Michaelson WHY ARE WE DIGGIN HER? The beauty within Charity’s vocals are breathtaking and collide perfectly with the soulful, breezy melodies of her music. THE MUSIC FILES FAVOURITE TRACK: Charity’s latest single, Fool is a breath ofContinue reading “Meet The Musician – Charity Stow”

Album Review – Kevin Daniel Cahill: Dynasties

by Chelsea Ness Scottish contemporary guitarist, Kevin Daniel Cahill has truly exceeded his musical talents with his utterly gripping album, Dynasties. The creativity, skill and raw flair presented vastly throughout the eight track instrumental album. Listeners will inevitably be drawn in at the first instance. If you’ve read any of my previous articles then youContinue reading “Album Review – Kevin Daniel Cahill: Dynasties”

Meet the Bands: You’re Among Friends

Who? Anthony Doran on vocals and guitar, Kevin Trask on bass and Mike Janowitz on the drums all make up Cleveland’s very own band better known as You’re Among Friends Genre? Blues, Rock, Folk For fans of? Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, and Sam & Dave Why are we diggin them? The ultimate feel-goodContinue reading “Meet the Bands: You’re Among Friends”

Meet the Bands – Enjoyable Listens

Who? London based band, Enjoyable Listens Genre? Alternative Rock For fans of? Interpol, Joy Division and White Lies Why are we digging them? They certainly live up to their name. The unique baritone vocals flow perfectly with the easy breeze of melodies the band create! Clear 80s influence with their own individual touch – certainlyContinue reading “Meet the Bands – Enjoyable Listens”

EP Review: Yard Arms – Sanctuary Lines

By Chelsea Ness The EP we’ve all been waiting for is finally here!! Bristol’s very own melancholic duo, Yard Arms are back with their third EP, Sanctuary Lines and I can confirm it’s certainly worth the wait. The band are actually a relatively new discovery for me but as soon as I heard their dreamy,Continue reading “EP Review: Yard Arms – Sanctuary Lines”