The Brouhaha, ‘Rain Down’

Words By Joey Rochert.

The Brouhaha get back to business with their new single, ‘Rain Down’. It is a track that instantly conveys the feel-good juices flowing, and it will be playing out for a long time as the year unfolds.

The Brouhaha

The band hails from the south of England, and they rip it up here with ferocity! Furthermore, Callum Mckenzie makes an immediate impression with a difficult-to-resist vocal, and the music gets the feel-good juices flowing throughout the body.

‘Rain Down’ is a mix of several styles, and there is so much going on in the track that it keeps us fascinated from beginning to end. Also, given its versatility, it will come as no surprise to discover a wide range of new music listeners flocking to hear this one.

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Photo Credit: The Brouhaha.

Artic Baba, ‘Mr. Crazy’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Italian pop-rockers Artic Baba smash it with their new single, ‘Mr. Crazy’, which is out now!

Artic Baba

The band takes us on a journey with their innovative approach to music composition, and their delivery takes a significant step forward. The vocals reach out with zeal, and the intensity is tangible! The guitars reverberate with warmth around the speakers, and the drum rhythm creates a cadence that gets the foot-tapping in a frenzy! They also leave an impression with their performance, making us want to hit replay once it concludes.

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Photo Credit: Artic Baba.

Glitch Project, ‘No More’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Glitch Project’s new release, ‘No More,’ is out now and serves as an early Christmas present.

Glitch Project

The new track from the two-piece from Turin picks up from where they left off with, ‘Wane’. It has a similar structure, and although it sounds different to the last, it could almost be a carry on given that the narrative leads us to a similar place. Furthermore, Maida, the vocalist, discusses our culture and the things around us and the inner psyche.

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Photo Credit: Glitch Project.

Joshua Gelfand, ‘The Only Place You Know,’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Joshua Gelfand’s current track, ‘The Only Place You Know,’ from his recently released album of the same name, thrills the soul.

Joshua Gelfand

Joshua rises to the occasion with majesty and offers one of the most captivating releases to emerge from the scene this winter, taking the listener on an expedition from the start. His vocals are memorable for all the right reasons, and he employs his musical savvy to create a soundscape that you won’t find anywhere else.

Check it out below.

Photo Credit: Joshua Gelfand.

Adam Giles Levy, ‘Last Of The Light’ Lyric Video

Words By Joey Rochert.

The spectacular new lyric video for UK singer/songwriter Adam Giles Levy’s song “Last Of The Light” is out today.

@ Adam Giles Levy

The new video offers compelling poetry, revealing that the singer is an influential songwriter and a fantastic wordsmith. Also, the latest version of the track, remixed by Thomas Atlas and mastered at The Priory, has been revived, and it immediately welcomes the ears.

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Photo Credit: Adam Giles Levy.

Jay Ebby East, ‘Supersonic’

Words By Joey Rochert.

With this new cover of the Oasis classic, Jay Ebby East returns even more supersonic than before.

Jay Ebby East

The Essex-born indie rock singer is in top form here, demonstrating why he is one of the most praised rock singers of our time. He has a unique approach to music, and while he keeps the track tight to the basis, he incorporates new components that give even more flair as the song goes.

Jay digs deep into his toolkit vocally and rises to the top with gold. Similarly, the production’s intensity is stimulating, and it’s difficult not to get dragged in as it approaches the melting point.

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Photo Credit: Jay Ebby East.

Glitch Project, ‘Wane’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Glitch Project return to the forefront of indie music with ‘Wane,’ which is as cool as it gets. The two-piece female outfit immediately kicks us in the shins with a bass riff that demonstrates they aren’t afraid to try something new.

Glitch Project

The bass drives the track ahead, and anyone who enjoys the four-string sound will be dribbling from their guilt. The lead vocals quickly tower to the top, piercing with a message about confronting phobias. They rise with their message and position in the refrain, and the synths synergize with a dance rhythm, leaving us hungry for more.

Photo Credit: Glitch Project.

Eliot, ‘Look At Me Now’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Eliot is the indie rocker whose latest single, ‘Look At Me Now,’ is a smashing accomplishment. The singer reflects on his tenure and demonstrates that anything is possible, often looking back with nostalgia.


The singer’s voice is in top form, and he gives the present scene a new edge. He doesn’t hold back with his enticing vocal tone, which grows in leaps and bounds as he proceeds through his delivery. Similarly, the music is immediately appealing, with a traditional rock and roll vibe pervading the mix.

Overall, ‘Look At Me Now’ is a first-rate delivery that will last a long time due to its exceptional quality.

Photo Credit: Terry Johnson.

Calboa, ‘Love Is A Pain Of Its Own’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Calboa is a Hull-based indie rock artist who is steadily improving with each new release. Furthermore, his most recent release, ‘Love Is A Pain Of Its Own,’ is a gift for everyone who enjoys the best of indie music, and he establishes himself as one of the most exciting indie performers to hit the airways in recent memory.

‘Love Is A Pain Of Its Own’ has a similar tone to his earlier works, but he goes deeper into the melancholy territory here. Furthermore, the guitar melody that opens the music is dynamic, with emotion that immediately hooks us. Calboa begins with a fantastic vocal performance that sets the tone for the rest of the record. He sings about the realities of his life, and each vocal line hits with great conviction.


The verse is concise and memorable. With its nail-biting hook and rhythm, it also brilliantly leads us into the chorus. Calboa also enters a new region, which sounds exceptionally different from the rest of the indie scene’s offerings. Calboa gets a handle on infectious melodies in the chorus. He’s no stranger to composing catchy hooks, but he’s never sounded as powerful as he does on this chorus. With his mesmerising charisma, he sings with character and creates a long-lasting effect.

Calboa unleashes an elongated vocal with a poignant tune that gets even more profound as the track nears its conclusion. Also, the instruments ratchet up the tempo, resulting in one of the most breathtaking indie track finales heard this year.

Photo Credit: Calboa.

Mike Brew, ‘Somedays’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Mike Brew is a class act, and his new single ‘Somedays’ demonstrates his vocal and lyrical prowess. He brings a mixture of sounds to the table, which distinguishes him as one of the best new performers to come from Liverpool’s thriving music scene.

The musician opens his release with a joyful guitar beat with a warm and inviting resonance inside its intonation, indicating his willingness to attempt something new. It also works well with a string arrangement, and once the harmonic strings join the mix, it’s difficult not to be drawn in by the release’s intensity.

Mike Brew

Mike contributes to the atmosphere with a sensitive yet confident vocal performance, and his lyrical journey leaves us thinking deeply. The storyline isn’t overt, but this procedure allows everyone to form their own opinions about the message. Many will agree, though, that he is reminiscing about days when you feel alive. He also looks into mental health and looks forward to better days.

The bottom groove, which binds the entire composition together, is another standout feature. It shines brighter on a speaker configuration that enables lower frequencies to travel through more freely; nonetheless, it still gleams and gives the music the low groove it wants, even on conventional speakers.

On this record, I can also detect minor influences from some of Liverpool’s greats, such as John Lennon. However, you must dig deep to hear his influences properly.

You can take a listen to the new single ‘Somedays’ by Mike Brew below. Also, be sure to follow Mike Brew on his official social media accounts. I am sure there will be plenty more gems like this one on the way very soon; well, let’s hope so anyway because this one is a treat. Either way, 2021 is looking to be a very bright year for Mike Brew.

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Photo Credit: Mike Brew