Ego Ella May: Zero

Something to get you in a mood. Something to accompany you after a day of work. Something that is best consumed with a glass of wine. The music that makes you t... Read More

Kingfishers Catch Fire: Discoveries

A Brit band is sharing their unique “discoveries” with us. Tristan Irvine, Marcus Mozley, William Robertson, and Darran Paul Smith, also known as Kingfishers Catch Fire, compose an indie-slash-alternative folk band hailing from London. They’ve already won fans with their breakthrough 2012 EP, Ballerina, and the momentum continues as new music pours in next month.

Snow Mantled Love: conversations

We’re not really critical of people who aren’t afraid to get mushy, as long as they can back it up with a riveting playlist. One good suggestion is the newest release by Ontario-based band Snow Mantled Love, entitled conversations.

Jay Fraser: Sketches of a Renegade

Leaving Australia to learn how to play and staying in London to learn how to survive, Jay Fraser surely has a lot of cultural diversity that makes his alternative country music appealing to all. As a modern day travelling troubadour, Fraser can match his snappy guitar work with his cultured vocals which propelled him enough air time and gave him three albums and Sketches of a Renegade, a four-track compilation of Frasers solo performance in Doncaster, UK.

London: 4:20 The Album

In Hip Hop, its always been refreshing when a certain artist takes a new approach on a worn-out subject. In 4:20 The Album, hip hop and r&b sensation London transposes the idea of drugs into different soundscapes. Influenced with a cohesive theme, What You Smoking On welcomes the listener with heart-pumping drum beats. Londons stellar vocals blend smoothly with danceable beats.