Get your summer cocktails out!

Get your disco moves out for this new groovy summer track!

It’s a finger clicking positive funky tune that would slip down nicely with a refreshing margarita – don’t forget your lime!

 

Errol Kennedy is the producer of You Can Be (All You Want To Be) and it’s an irresistible dance hit! I’m going to be listening to this all summer long…

If you’re lucky enough to get a ticket then catch Errol in Camden at the Forge in June.

www.theforgevenue/errolkennedylive

https://www.facebook.com/imaginationband

http://www.imaginationband.com/

Adam Protz – ‘Movements’

Booze…? Whisky

Protz music has the power to transport you into a world of bliss and you slowly drift away on his perfect composition.

The lack of lyrics in the music invites the listen to assume their own interpretation of the heavenly sounds.

Keep up with Protz here:
http://www.adamprotz.com/
http://www.youtube.com/adamprotzmusic
http://www.facebook.com/adamprotzmusic
http://www.soundcloud.com/adam-protz
Twitter – @AdmProtz

Jesse Lowes – ‘Only One’

Booze…? Thoughtful Gin and Tonic

Jesse Lowes is a natural when it comes to pouring your heart into your music. Every lyric from Lowes is laden with raw emotion and we must say, the track is a bit of a tear jerker.

Keep up the latets from Lowes here:
Website: http://jessielowes.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jessie-Lowes/166706493351429
Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/jessie-lowes83

Si Cranstoun – ‘Dance For Evermore’

Booze? Alcoholic Ginger Beer…

Get nostalgic and take a trip back to the golden era of soul with Si Cranstoun. Cranstoun’s music is the perfect mood lifter and is sure to have you tapping your feet and clicking your fingers.

His new album is out now, get it here http://www.amazon.co.uk/Modern-Life-Si-Cranstoun/dp/B00M8NB9ZM

Apple of My Eye – ‘Seven Tides’

Booze…Real Ale (From an independent brewer)

These guys deliver the very best of Folk. Go on a journey with them and get lost in their world trhough their story-telling style lyrics. You won’t be able to resist moving your feet…maybe have that ale first!

Lydia Kakabadse – Russian Tableaux I. Mother Volg

Booze? Crisp, clear Russian Vodka

Simply amazing track from the very talented British composer. Regardless of your musical disposition, it is impossible not to appreciate the talent showcased in this brilliant track. Perfect for some thoughtful relaxation.

Natalie McCool – ‘Dig It Out’

Booze? Fruity Red Wine at room temperature

McCool’s smooth yet hunting voice is the perfect sound to chill out to on a cold autumnal night with a large glass of expensive red. Her voice is enough to transpire you into the depths of relaxation where you can drift upon her floaty and lose yourself in the seamlessly smooth production of the track.

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.

Links
Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/ShieldPatterns
Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/shieldpatterns
Soundcloud – http://www.soundcloud.com/shieldpatterns
Youtube – http://www.youtube.com/user/ShieldPatterns
Tour dates- http://www.shieldpatterns.com/tour.html

Witchingseason unleash new single ‘Spiders’, August 1st

Follow up single, Codeine, to be released October 1st

Booze? Real Ales

Review: This post apocalyptic sound is met with a crazy guitar riff and an astronomical onslaught of symbol mayhem. Loving this track and if you are wondering what its all about, we have a theory. The Slang term ‘Spider’ can be used to describe who persistently harasses a woman in a public place or a bar. The narrative of this anthem therefore could be that a woman is listening to this man harrassing her but refuses to show affection for his hurried advances. Also we like the tenuous link to public houses.

Witching Season:
Tom Reynolds – Guitars / Vocals
James R Willans – Bass
Wayne Summers – Drums

Links:
http://www.facebook.com/witchingseason
http://www.twitter.com/witchingseason
http://www.soundcloud.com/witchingseason

Brand new UK soul star set for debut single release ‘Backsliding’

Scarlet Baxter looks to break through with August 18th single release

Booze? Whiskey

Review: The drink is mentioned throughout the song and its got a quite sad and slow tone to it that would blend nicely with the hard and heavy taste of a strong whiskey.

Online:
WEB: http://www.ScarletBaxter.co.uk
TWITTER – @scarletbaxter
FACEBOOK – http://www.facebook.com/scarletbaxtermusic
INSTAGRAM – scarletbaxter