Tag: British Rock

HEAR THIS NOW: THE MUSIC SOUNDCHECK EDITION 7 – ON MY RADAR

Always showcasing the best that’s out there in music! Welcome to edition 7 of ‘Here This Now’. Edition 7 has everything from the latest VALLEY track to the new BASTILLE. It has been a while since the last one, so settle in. Expect some impeccable tracks that have been on my mind from the past […]

HEAR THIS NOW: THE MUSIC SOUNDCHECK EDITION 6

Welcome to edition 6 of ‘Here This Now’. Here we shine a light on the best in new music! In Edition 6 of this recurring series we’ve got everything from the new collaboration from The Japanese House and Justin Vernon to Dan Croll. It’s been a bit since the last one so expect a bigger […]

HEAR THIS NOW: THE MUSIC SOUNDCHECK EDITION 5

Here This Now keeps you updated with the best new music! Welcome to edition 5. In Edition 5 we’ve got everything from Bastille’s new song (and sound) to a new track from Melanie C. It’s all the best in new music… BASTILLE // ‘WHAT YOU GONNA DO??’ Alternative Rock band Bastille are back with a […]

SURREY BAND PENNY BETTS TALK NEW SINGLE ‘LIGHTS!’ AND MORE

Dive Deep With Surrey’s Penny Betts As We Talk ‘Lights!’, Music, and More… Penny Betts is a U.K. Rock band based in Surrey. The band whose nostalgic yet, eclectic brand of rock, eschews back to 60s Brit Rock heyday. It’s all perfectly juxtaposed with their undoubtedly cool kid look, and that Surrey Rock sound. Having […]

PINERO|SERENE // ‘DEAD FLOWERS’ – SINGLE REVIEW

PINERO|SERENE is the Alternative Dream-Pop duo, Cheryl Pinero and Neeq Serene. The band is based out of London’s artistic East End and have just released their second single ‘Dead Flowers’ off their upcoming debut EP, Dark Matter. Dark Matter is set to drop on July 12th. “‘Dead Flowers’ is the last in the chain of […]

SUNSET SONS // ‘SAY HI’ – SINGLE REVIEW

British-Australian band Sunset Sons have set another fun upbeat track upon us. On “Say Hi” the new single was produced by Catherine Marks who has previously worked with them before on “The River” has the band in fine form. Vocalist Rory Williams says the track is “about getting to a place in life that’s fulfilling […]

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