Single Review: “I Need Ya” – Somebody’s Child

The thing that caught my ear the most about this song was the distorted bass, The song chugs along at a fair pace, starting off with analogue drums, I’m getting the feeling that this might be a hybrid of analogue and acoustic, but whatever it is, it’s not unpleasant to the ear for sure. Lyrically …

Single Review: “Outside” – Greysha

Greysha is back! This is one of the tracks from her new EP “Fresh Out The Feeling”, and being familiar with her sound I know she wasn’t going to bring anything short of excellence.  This track is moody, which is typical of her sound, electronic drums, with guitars in minor chords, vocals swirling around and …

Single Review: “I’ve Got Nothing John” – Coco And The Lost

I think this is the perfect breakup song! A take on the classic dear John letter maybe?  “Thinking of a reason we should stay together 12 months on, I’ve got nothing John.” This is a brutal lyric, wrapped up in a really up tempo indie pop song, the chorus is infectious.. Favourite part of this …

Single Review: “Getting Away With It” – Electronic

It was Bernard Sumner’s birthday on the 4th January, and I thought I’d celebrate it by reviewing a song that he collaborated with Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys and Johnny Marr on – they are the key players on this but there is more on this later on in the review. If you …

Single Review: “Anglepoise” – The Happy Somethings

The Happys are back with their brand of wibbly wobbly timey wimey indie pop and it’s a corker!  The roar of distorted guitar in the intro made made me think they’d gone heavy metal, but no, they hadn’t it was just them catching us off guard as usual. The chugging riffs are tasty, but what …