Single Review: Pedestal by Unkeepable

  Words: The Captain If you want something catchy and amazing, if you want something that will give you a massive earworm (I promise that’s not gross or awful, look it up here) then “Pedestal” is for you. I remember seeing Steven (Frontman) live on his own a year or so ago, and this is my first time hearing him as a band. It’s different, … Continue reading Single Review: Pedestal by Unkeepable

Album Review: Laurence Murray Project

Words: The Captain With twelve tracks to please your ears, this self-titled debut album from Laurence Murray Project is pretty bloody sweet. Hashtagged “Blues Rock”, this album is certainly that. Some songs lean more towards the rock side and other more towards a more breezy blues/jazz feel. With syrup sweet female vocals and silky smooth male vocals layered over a steady deep beat , it … Continue reading Album Review: Laurence Murray Project

Single Review: Greetings from Nowhere City by Benny Monteux

Words: The Captain Do you want to dance about your room like your teenage self again? Yeah, I thought so. This song is perfect one to do it with. The driven guitars and catchy riffs, layered underneath Benny’s impressive vocal capabilities make vocals “Greetings from Nowhere City” FETCH! (Yes Gretchen, you made it happen). Benny is definitely one to catch on record and especially live, … Continue reading Single Review: Greetings from Nowhere City by Benny Monteux

Single Review: Blue by Indigo Velvet

Words: The Captain The suave boys of Indigo Velvet have just released their newest single “Blue” and it’s sweet af (if you don’t know what af means here is a definition). With awesome vocals, amazing riffs and stunning musicianship, this single could lift any down mood. It’s the kind of song you want to dance about to, the kind of song that would be an … Continue reading Single Review: Blue by Indigo Velvet

Single Review: Tuesday Night by Amy Lou

Words: The Captain Tuesday Night is the the gorgeous debut single from singer/songwriter Amy Lou. The distinctly Scottish vocals are just like honey and the soft acoustic guitar that accompanies them just seals the deal for me. This track is simply beautiful and an amazing choice for a debut single. Her next single “Marine Biologist” is out tomorrow. Stream below: Continue reading Single Review: Tuesday Night by Amy Lou