Felix Saunders – Fool That I Am

It’s a rainy Sunday, and I’m curled up on my sofa armed with my laptop, and a hot chocolate. All I need is some nice music to really make this day great. Well, I have certainly found it in Felix’s new song, that dropped on Friday. You probably recognise Felix, as he’s been on the blog before…we’re big fans! So, let’s get stuck in on … Continue reading Felix Saunders – Fool That I Am

MK (Mike Kremastoules) – Butterfly

Well hello there! We’ve now moved into 2022, and I couldn’t think of a better track to review as the first one of the year. If you like melodic rock instrumentals, then this is just the thing for you. If you don’t? Ach, you’ll still like it. Trust me! Leeds born MK is a seasoned (self-taught!) musician, particularly renowned for his tenure as the lead … Continue reading MK (Mike Kremastoules) – Butterfly

CALM – Is There Anybody Alive Out There / Something’s Changing

Words: The Captain FFO: Blossoms, Tame Impala, Inhaler How is it already 8.5 months into 2021? It feels like only yesterday that we all got the message to go home, and stay there. As things are ‘slowly’ getting back to normal, you need something to narrate all this change, right? If yes, I have the perfect thing for you. If not, well then I’d recommend … Continue reading CALM – Is There Anybody Alive Out There / Something’s Changing

The Captainskydiver Adventskranz Part 4:

E.P Review –….I guess this is progress by Felix Saunders It’s now the 20th of December, with means Sandra and Rudolphina (yes, all of ‘Santas’ Reindeer are actually women) are coming in just 4 days! I know this has been a really strange year for everyone, let’s hope that 2021 is a wee bit better, ey? However, we have been treated to a sneak preview … Continue reading The Captainskydiver Adventskranz Part 4:

The Captainskydiver Adventskranz Part 3:

E.P Review –Bare by Lana Wild Ho ho ho! Bugger, it’s already the 13th of December! That means that Sandra is coming in only 11 days!(No, that’s not a typo, when I was little, I thought that ‘Sandra Claus’ brought the presents). Some of you may notice that we’ve already reviewed this E.P. This is correct, however, we decided that it needed posting again, because … Continue reading The Captainskydiver Adventskranz Part 3:

The Captainskydiver Adventskranz Part 2:

Single Review –Upside Down by Cannon Beach Hello December! It’s blooming freezing, but at least we’re all locked inside, right? This week we have part 2 of the Musical Adventskranz, and boy is it a cracker! (Pun may or may not be intended). Genre: Alt-Rock Let me start my saying that as soon as the beat hit on this song, my inner emo screamed with … Continue reading The Captainskydiver Adventskranz Part 2:

Single Review – Misty Me by Katherine Aly

Words: The Captain FFO: Florence & The Machine and Bjork “What’s this”? I hear you cry “MORE music we most definitely need to listen to?”. The answer is, of course, whey aye man! Katherine Aly has a beautiful and distinctive voice and this, paired with an angelic harp, makes for lovely listening. Make sure you have a good set of speakers or headphones to hand, … Continue reading Single Review – Misty Me by Katherine Aly

E.P Review – Bare by Lana Wild

Words: The Captain Album Art: Syntaxidermy FFO: Laura Jane Grace & the Devouring Mothers, Grace Petrie or Billy Liar. It’s April 2020 and we’re all staying home to protect ourselves and the NHS. SO… it’s the perfect time for you (and let’s be honest, also your neighbours because you’ll be playing this loud and on repeat) to get your teeth into some new music! Lana’s … Continue reading E.P Review – Bare by Lana Wild

Single Review: Suneaters by L-Space

Words: The Captain Photo: Jannica Honey  It’s a Sunday afternoon and I’m sat on my sofa eating copious amounts of Pringles (standard) whilst listening to L-Space’s latest single “Suneaters”. It’s their first single to be released via the label Last Night From Glasgow. First of all, a MASSIVE congrats to the band for getting signed to a label who fell in love with them after hearing their … Continue reading Single Review: Suneaters by L-Space