No Use Crying Over Pink Milk!

Pink Milk’s debut album, Purple, is three years of hard labour which has already seen reviews from Kerrang, BBC 6Music, Amazing Radio and Virgin Radio. Their sound is a lurching cosmic beast firing off solar flares from all angles, attempting to fill every available space with their elephantine, reverb-laden sound.

Listen to the album here:

Comprising of Maria Forslund (vocals, drums) and Edward Forslund (guitars, bass), Pink Milk first announced themselves with a cover version of Foreigner’s “I Want to Know What Love is”, a chilling, cavernous interpretation which saw it described as “hauntingly beautiful” and “fascinating and shimmering”. Their uncompromising approach to recording has drawn parallels to The Cranes and Cocteau Twins, though although these hint at their sound, neither having the sheer vastness and malevolent undercurrent running through them so fervently.

Watch their brooding video to I Want to Know What Love Is here:


Antonio Domingos – From Concert Halls to Social Media Sensation

Not so long ago, Antonio Domingos, an American pianist living in Portugal, was living a relatively unremarkable life as a concert pianist. Having endured ten years in drug-riddled corners of Moscow as he studied at one of Russia’s top conservatories,  his career was fairly straight forward – sit at the piano; play what you’re told; bow at the end. However, after finding that the working relationship with his employers was proving impossible, Antonio was essentially blacklisted by orchestras and competition judges across the country, his uncompromising playing style being pretty much the opposite of what ‘the system’ wanted.

Realising that his best chance to get out of the situation was to prove his worth demonstrably, he set out to unequivocally prove he was more skilled than his contemporaries – he would become the fastest piano player alive. Well, sort of.

Antonio officially has the fastest fingers in the business, after smashing the record for the most piano key hits in one minute. The footage has been viewed on YouTube nearly half a million times, the figure even more monstrous on Facebook.

The pianist played the key B7 a staggering 824 times in 60 seconds – that’s more than 13 hits a second! Antonio bettered the previous record by 59 hits, potentially because his technique involved using two alternate fingers and he spent about four months training for the challenge.

He played on an unmodified Yamaha CFX concert grand piano in a music store in Lisbon, Portugal.

“I am I Portuguese-American professional pianist and have been playing since the age of seven,” Antonio told Guinness World Records in his application for the title.

“I broke this record in order to gain visibility in the international world of music by demonstrating my athletic prowess on the piano” he added.

Modiwo’s Guide to Happifying Your Brain

Has there been a feel-good song in recent times that has actually made you feel good? As in, actually uplift you rather than qualifying solely through not driving you to the brink? Enter Modiwo, a many-armed collective fronted by the hugely endearing Oxana Gherghel, who has a voice to turn your blood to squidgy jelly. Their single, Never Give Up, is the sound of summer, if summer hadn’t been a lousy write-off weather-wise; it’s music to kick off your shoes and gently prod your blisters to; it’s music that is unashamedly pop, in every good sense.

Featuring an equally lovely video, it’s already attracting attention from both print press and radio. Say you liked them first and impress all your friends.

Roger Rudenstein’s ‘Ulysses’ is setting sail for European shores.

James Joyce’sUlysses‘ is being turned into Opus, by American composer Roger Rudenstein, who had presented this piece to a US audience, making a name for himself, and gaining recognition from the New York Times, and gaining over 100,000 plays on Soundcloud.

Roger is now planning to greet European audiences with this incarnation of James Joyce’sUlysses‘. Translating a 732 page literary epic into a two and a half hour opera, Roger has composed the score to fit around leitmotifs, which represent characters speech and emotion, and had used James’s actual words instead of his actual interpretation. 

He has gained help from Boston based singers and musicians, to help him bring his Opera to European stages, which will be a guaranteed favourite for fans of composers such as Schubert, Stravinsky, Beethoven and Richard Strauss. 


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Tiffani Juno

The London based electro- soul singer and songwriter Tiffani Juno is back with her EP  ‘Go Hard’ that reflects on her years maturing and battling depression.

Her newest song ‘Thinking About It’  showcases her soft and clear voice supported by a mix of reggae, dub(step), jungle and dnb which Juno has made her own genre.

In the past, Juno has won the Sony/ATV’s song writing competition during her college years which has led to collaborations with artists such as Shy FX, Jakwob and even singing background vocals for Iggy Azalea’s album.

Now Juno is back after deciding to take a break and has created an EP that encapsulates her feelings of insomnia, fear of failure and her desire to succeed.

And so far she has not just created a unique sound but also something that appeals to mainstream as well as to underground circles.

Find about more about Tiffani Juno here :



Luna Blue and their new alternative rock EP, ‘Nightjar’

Luna Blue, the fabulous alternative rock band, starring members Tom High on rhythm guitar and vocals, Ryan Wellman on lead guitar, Seb Bowen on the drums, and Nick Davie on bass and vocals, is getting ready to release their new EP, ‘Nightjar’ on the 25th of August, a year since their demo EP.

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Luna Blue started composing music in Chichester in 2015, but are now firmly found in Brighton, recording and releasing their new EP, featuring 6 new and exciting tracks, influenced by some of their favourite artists such as Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Foals, Jeff Buckley, Jimi Hendrix and plenty more, helping to make their totally and superbly unique rock music.

Luna Blue’s music is a journey of extraordinary guitar solos, rich beats and incredible vocal melodies, not to mention the build-up of immense textures created in these funk infused ambient rock songs. Their popular gigs and live festival performances always portray the band in the best light, enhancing the amazing musical vibes created, which completely complements their insane talent and tracks.

Their songs are all so unique and thrilling, creating, with ease, memorable atmospheres, and catchy tunes that will definitely put a smile on your face, so make sure you grab tickets to their next gig, and pre-order their new EP, ‘Nightjar’.


To check out Luna Blue and to pre-order their wonderful new EP, ‘Nightjar’, click the links down below…

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Pluto Jonze

The world was shaken in 2016 by David Bowie’s death. So was the Australian psycho- pop artist Pluto Jonze but he decided to channel his emotions into his single “Swingin’ Like I’m Bowie” to pay homage.

With fun laden guitars and a dynamic beat supported by Pluto Jonze rock-tingled vocals, you will be taken into a whole new world. The video draws upon David Bowie’s video “Let’s Dance” and truly captures his spirit. Jonze is a truly unique master mind with thought provoking lyrics and a beat like no other and creates just the right amount of strange that got him where he is today.

If you like Pluto Jonze come see him in the UK this month on the following dates below:


Sun 6 Aug – The Islington, London

Tue 8 Aug – The Islington, London

Wed 23 Aug – The Portland Arms, Cambridge


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J.J Leone

Hard Work. Patience. Determination.

J.J Leone

This is what got J.J Leone to where he is right now.

Growing up in Norwich and coming from a traveling showground family background J.J Leone has always felt like an outsider especially because his hometown didn’t share his love and passion for music.

Then through unfortunate circumstances, he became homeless. For survival, he started busking on the streets of Northhampton from morning to night.

Today he has created a new life for himself and his own band of soul-fusion releasing his newest single “With You”. Expect a vibrant acoustic sound combined with a soft romantic voice from no other than J.J Leone.

This is the kind of sound you want to fall asleep to or spend the evening with your other half or- with a glass of wine


Find out more about J.J Leone.




Bimbi Philips

Business in the front, party in the back – African born Bimbi is living THE double life.


The London based afro beats artist knows how to get down to any business. On a daily basis, he transforms from your average IT business consultant to a vibrant afro beats artist. His style combines a variety of genres such as EDM, house, Rnb and much more with afro beats as a basis. The usage of African-Fuji instrumentation mixed with contemporary western sound creates a fun dance tune that will guarantee put a smile on your face.


His newest hit “Lamba” is the living proof. Watch the charming Bimbi pursue his mystery lady with the support of his sexy afro beat dancers. His goal to entertain the audience is a 100% achieved and spoiler alert – this tune will get stuck in your head for a while.

Check out his new video here.


If you like to dance and brighten your day find out more about Bimbi.



Music Theory: ‘Down The Aisle’


No, I know what you’re thinking, but this isn’t a music lesson: Music Theory is an emerging pop artist hailing from Egypt who’s tapped into a classic form of pop music.

Inspired by the likes of Michael Jackson, Maroon 5 and Usher, Music Theory takes elements from all of these artists and uses them to help him in his songwriting process. There’s nothing flashy about what  Music Theory is doing; it’s just good, honest pop music that anyone can get along with.

‘Down The Aisle’ is the quintessential love song; it’ s romantic, heartfelt, all with a catchy tune to boot. Well worth a listen!