Xinobi – Mom And Dad

Booze? Sangria, with lots of ice and fruit

This track will certainly make you miss summer. The fruity deep house come nu disco vibes of this tune transports you to a sunny beach club somewhere hott. It’s not hard to guess it’s the product of Mediterranean Maverick Xinobi.

Get yourself a sangria knocked up and enojoy.


Shield Patterns – Debut Album ‘Contour Lines’

Booze? A dark malt, no ice.

Review: The dark-pop tones of this album leave you in need of a warming up. Brentnall’s beautifully chilling voice teamed with the minimalistic electro vibes of this album transport you to the abstract world of Shield Patterns. Eerie, yet infectious.

Check out Shield Patterns’ debut album and catch them on tour this November.

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Jessie Lowes – Stars

Booze? Cider/Beer of your choice
Review: A solemn tune from Jessie Lowes. Stars is a track selected from her debut album due for release in September 22nd. Its got a ghostly sound that shows her exponential talent for not only writing songs but also commanding your attention with just one single instrument. Great Stuff!

This is totally a track that you could imagine playing at Glastonbury, Bestival or any of the headline British music festivals of the summer. Its got an acoustic strength we just love. Lift your plastic cups and raise a glass to Jessie Lowes as she releases her debut album later this year.

Vali Ohm shines the spotlight on our ‘Fragile Earth’ with 2nd album

Environmental issues inspire new LP and awareness raising promotional event on July 18th

Booze? Real Ales
Review: The indie sound would compliment and alternative taste to the mainstream aclhoholic beverage. Thats why we suggest a good strong, dark real ale. Perfect.


Steve Murray and Kingbird – ‘Angels and Butterflies’

WHICH BOOZE? Jack Daniels & Coke

The taste of Southern America with a sweetener on top.

There’s no mistaking the American twang to this country track, written by Steve Murray of Fast Cars fame (and hailing from the Midlands of all places – not Tennessee). It’s a lovely little acoustic number, taken from the solid debut album from Murray’s solo project Kingbird and well worth your time.