Pallab Sarker: ‘Not Gonna Fall In Love With You’

Acoustic, Indie, Pop

London based acoustic singer-songwriter, Pallab Sarker, is back with the new single ‘Not Gonna Fall In Love With You’, the follow up to his former US college radio hit, ‘Morning in Brixton’.

With a laid back, indie-acoustic style and honest, endearing lyricism- Pallab’s new track is worth wrapping your ears around!

Find out more here:

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/pallabsarkermusic/?hc_ref=SEARCH&fref=nf

https://twitter.com/Pallabsmusic

https://soundcloud.com/user-135003185

https://play.spotify.com/album/3bZN8CTCZWu6U6fabqnHpR?play=true&utm_source=open.spotify.com&utm_medium=open

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdvQM0GOGAT-GYjJvVwVXQQ

https://pallabsarker.com/about

‘With You’ by J.J Leone

Pop, Soul, Uncategorized

Check out the latest single from Norwich based singer-songwriter, J.J Leone! Fusing acoustic guitar with R&B influences and J.J’s signature soulful vocals, ‘With You’ is a infectious number you won’t be able to listen to just once.

Find out more on J.J Leone here:

Links:

https://soundcloud.com/j-j-leone

www.facebook.com/iamjjleone

www.twitter.com/iamjjleone

www.instagram.com/iamjjleone

www.youtube.com/c/jjleone

www.jjleone.com

Les Kirsh: ‘Tell Me To My Face’

Pop, Rock, Soul

If you’ve always been a bit of a soul fan, but are disappointed that the genre has seemingly died, then don’t despair as 70s soul-man Les Kirsh has resurrected his singing career with 3 re-mastered singles, which he self-categorises under his own label of ‘modern-soul’.

Consequently, there are a few other elements from other genres mixed in there, from pop, rock and even a little bit of dance, but as always with Les, soul is at the heart of play.

Back in the 70s, Les’ career was stopped in its tracks by a terrible car crash and it is only now that he is returning to his glory days.

Check out more on Les here:

https://soundcloud.com/leskirsh

https://www.facebook.com/LesKirshMusic/

https://twitter.com/LesKirshMusic

‘Down The Aisle’ by Music Theory

Pop, Uncategorized

In recent years, pop music seems to have diverged into so many different sub-categories that the base genre of ‘pop music’ doesn’t really exist anymore. However, up and coming Egyptian artist, Music Theory, is changing all of that with his brand of honest ‘pop’ music.

Music Theory writes about the typical topics you would expect: love, loss – that sort of thing. But in a musical world where most songs these days are about getting drunk or debaucherous activity, in some ways it’s refreshing to hear something as simply written as Music Theory’s ‘Down The Aisle’.

The talented artist admits himself that his music falls into the mainstream category, but this is perhaps the most admirable thing about his music; he isn’t trying to form his own ‘niche’ or anything like that, just write good music.

‘Down The Aisle’ is a touching love song driven by an enchanting melody and infectious vocals that pave the way for a highly memorable chorus.

The visionary artist has even started a blog to tell the story of his rise in the music industry which you can check out here:

http://mtmusictheory.blogspot.co.uk/

 

Find out more on Music Theory here:

Links:

https://soundcloud.com/musictheory2016

https://www.facebook.com/musictheory2016/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNHe1k5TPYkM8EHLiaDkL_w

http://www.musictheory.zone

‘A Film We All Saw’- Adam Lanceley

Pop, Rock

Taken from his upcoming EP, Back To The Sunshine, ‘A Film We All Saw’ shows Adam at his very best: lilting guitar lines, punchy vocals and an unequivocally summery feel.

Whilst that ‘West Coast’ vibe has always been a part of Adam’s style, it is best represented on the new track with the laid-back tone of the guitar.

Having previously released 5 albums, Adam is a prolific songwriter, always wanting to pen his feelings down through the medium of music. Now, with his latest EP, he is donating all proceeds to the Brain and Spine Foundation – a charity that means an awful lot to Adam as he sustained severe head injuries at a young age in a car crash. Since then, he has gone on to run the London Marathon in aid of the charity.

Find out more on Adam here:

Links:

https://play.spotify.com/artist/0UFbDrAYa0cnAp41cQnyNb

https://twitter.com/AdamLanceley

https://www.facebook.com/adamlanceleymusic/?fref=ts

https://soundcloud.com/adam-129087330

http://www.brainandspine.org.uk/adams-story

 

Corinna Jane: ‘Echoes of My Mind’

Pop, Rock

‘Echoes of My Mind’ is the new single from Corinna Jane, a talented young singer-songwriter based in Northampton.

Having grown up in the MTV generation where all kinds of music was easily accessible to young people, Corinna has developed her own unique style amongst the saturated state of popular music. This is something Corinna feels strongly about, the fact that pop music seems to have lost its melody and so she combats this by writing a style of pop-rock that is led by her killer vocals and traditional, yet well crafted instrumentation.

There’s no sound effects or samples here – Corinna is all about proper music and helping people remember what this really is.

‘Echoes of My Mind’ contrasts in nature to her previous release, ‘Three Faces of You’, exhibiting a much more stripped back Corinna with her vocals and the piano playing the starring role. It’s a track with a dark ambience to it, reflecting on the end of a previous relationship, consequently displaying a very personal experience of Corinna’s that makes for quality songwriting.

Find out more here:

Links:

www.soundcloud.com/corinnajane

https://www.facebook.com/corinnajanemusic/

https://twitter.com/Corinna_Jane

https://www.youtube.com/user/Corinnajane

 

 

 

Jodie H. Dunn: ‘I Belong In Hell’

Pop

Young, but super-talented singer-songwriter Jodie H. Dunn has transformed her emotional ballad ‘I Belong In Hell’ into an expertly crafted dark pop track with the help of producer Andy Whitmore at Greystoke studios.

Jodie is on her way up now that she has produced her first professionally recorded track, but it hasn’t always been easy for her. She signed to an unknown label who ended up giving her big issues; they even tried to fine her family over a contract dispute. At a young age, you can see how this might have put Jodie off making music, but she has remained resolute, even through tougher challenges.

During her school years, Jodie was subjected to severe cases of bullying which escalated so seriously, she was forced to move schools during her exams. In lieu of this, songwriting has always acted as a release for Jodie. From a young age she would sing in the garden and the playground, then evolving her passion as she got older towards creating her own compositions.

However, the bullying then developed onto social media, giving Jodie no real escape. After studying at the Academy of Music and Sound, music became Jodie’s diary whereby she expressed her emotions via her lyrics. Her songs have progressively got more meaningful, leading to ‘I Belong In Hell’ based on the idea of someone controlling you at your lowest point.

‘I Belong In Hell’ was written and performed by Jodie H Dunn and produced by Andy Whitmore, who has worked with major names such as Elton John, Peter Andre and Danni Minogue.

Links:

https://soundcloud.com/jodiehelendunn

https://www.facebook.com/jodiehelendunn/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2-EwF7vdFUEFRwGgzk1b5g

https://www.instagram.com/jodiehdunn/?hl=en