Canadian Rocker George Swan has been a busy guy, as he now has a sum total of 3 albums full of new music on Soundcloud. And, with a DIY spin on things, George Swan is sure to be making ears twitch up.
George’s incredibly unique and interesting approach to music can be seen as highly comical, with song titles such as ‘Happy Times (the couch song)’ and ‘The Rash’.
With all this material out there for any hard rocker in his late 50’s, you’d be a fool to not check him out:
The body and the mind can be a puzzling topic point, however, Adam 888 seems to capture the natural and melancholic behavior that we all have buried down deep inside.
Adam 888‘s recent release of this instant cloud rap classic ‘Chakra 123’, definitely has heads turning, and with a beautifully complex idea behind the track, depth and meaning is not scarce here. With a brand new take on the hip hop/rap genre, Adam 888 is guaranteed to be stunning and amazing you every chance he can get.
So be sure to check him out:
Screamin’ Whisper are now breaking into the world with brand new album ‘Filth’, which draws from all of their influences including ‘Arctic Monkeys’, ‘The libertines’ and ‘T-Rex’.
The Young band have been working for a few years now and were originally based in Dublin, Ireland. However the two brothers (Brian and Martin) in the band moved to Scotland where they met 3rd member and drummer ‘Zak “What?” Watt’. The exciting and unique twist these boys have is the fact that guitarist/singer and bassist are actually identical twins!…i wonder if this makes band decisions any easier?…..
So while these guys are gaining traction in their live circuit, be sure to check them out:
After spending most of his professional career playing live and working in the studio with artists such as Kylie Minouge, Il Divo and Massive Attack, Jazz drummer and writer Andrew Small is breaking into the spotlight, with “Crisps and Chocolate” in hand.
Andrew has been a well respected session player, and after doing multiple shows in front of audiences who are there for the main acts, he now is breaking into the jazz fusion scene and has managed to get a committed ensemble together including saxophone players Steve Cole and Euge Groove.
So if this Jazz, funk fusion sounds like the exact thing for you, be sure to check him out:
Brand new indie rock band Sugerspun have been perfecting their craft to give fans a taste of whats to come.
After forming through a simple and innocent acoustic duo, Sugerspun have manged to gain fans while touring and playing from coast to coast, and with a list of demos available on soundcloud, fans have managed to learn their catalog off by heart, “watching over 100 people you’ve never met in a place you’ve never played sing your songs back to you is amazing” explains the band.
So be sure to check out the band and get up to speed before the release of their brand new single ‘Spaceman Dreams’, set to release 6th April.
Paddy James has been making the rounds as his solo career is starting to take shape, with a impressive past behind him, he can now safely say, its his time to shine.
I’m sure that when Paddy James decided to leave his safe, good paying job to carry out a mini tour of Australia, there was worry, however, its looking like a bright future for the singer songwriter, as he releases new track “Perfectly flawed”.
This blues-folk inspred track is a breath of fresh air in today music, and a definite artist to look out for, for sure!
Be sure to check him out:
After her appearance on American Idol, Shuba managed to impressed the judges and wow audiences around the world. Now breaking free from the American Idol spotlight, Shuba has recorded her own single “Stupid”.
A fresh young face is something the music industry churns out daily, however, new solo artist Shuba is a breath of fresh air, as her deep and caring attitude makes her a unique character, which is something the music industry is easily lacking these days.
New track “Stupid” is a call to all mainstream audience who crave a little something more than what we’ve already seen.
So be sure to check her out: