Mavis Victory Project- Don’t go away

Mavis Victory project is made up of  four brothers and a childhood friend, the band’s unconventional line-up is the perfect match to their equally mould-breaking sound. Formed by the Ransom brothers – singer Michael, Phil on rhythm guitar, Ollie on bass, Chris on drums and Robert Rosser on guitar and keyboard – the whole collective is self-taught

Oozing seedy electronic loops and with echoing, swooping vocals, their sound is all dangerous street corners; distant sirens and the creeping underworld. Appropriately, their video is just as unhinged, inviting you into their world.


With influences including Arctic Monkeys; Kanye West and ScHoolboy Q, Mavis Victory Project is the musical equivalent of joining a cult – once you’re in, you wonder how you ever managed without. The video to “Don’t Go Away” is due for release on September 22nd and is just as arresting as their sound; with girls, gangs and clandestine weirdery likely to eat away at the inside of your head in a way you won’t be able to resist.


Adam Lanceley: ‘A Villa On The Cliffs’

Taken from Adam Lanceley’s recently released EP, Back To The Sunshine, ‘A Villa On The Cliffs’ exhibits some of the London based singer-songwriter’s best work to date.

Adam’s punchy vocals are a staple as always, but these make way for a beautifully harmonic chorus break driven by organs and string sections.

During his youth, Adam was unfortunately involved in a horrific car crash that left him with severe head and spine injuries. After being told that it was unlikely he would make a full recovery, Adam put everything he had into proving them wrong.

It is this determination and lifelong attitude that Adam has used to forge himself a career in creating music. He even runs 10ks and marathons in aid of his favoured charity, The Brain and Spine Foundation, for which any proceeds from the new EP will be donated to.


Mark L. Oakes’ New Album is a ‘Karmic Road Trip’

Mark L. Oakes is a supremely talented singer-songwriter hailing from Belgium, yet he adopts a classic Americana-folk sound which he is particularly adept at creating.

Mark has been involved in a number of musical projects, on his own and with others, and now he is back with his latest album, Call Me The Moon, which he describes as the ‘ideal soundtrack for a karmic road trip’.

These words become increasingly clear upon listening to Mark’s work which has a definite hint of Neil Young to it, although he also cites other inspirations such as Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Tucker Zimmerman and Ryan Adams. Despite these similarities and comparisons, Mark is certainly not a copy artist; his music has a depth of soul and heartfelt honesty to it that is hard to find in any music these days.

Also, within Oakes’ signature sound, there is a range of emotions depicted across the album. While singles such as ‘Shredded Jeans’ and ‘Friend From Above (Sleepless Spouse)’ are tinged with soft melancholy, tunes like ‘Aloof Again’ and ‘None Of These Roads’ will lead you straight to a risky, bitter ground.

Mainly tracked at Mark’s home studio in the heart of the Ardennes, the record has been finalised with the help of Londoner cellist, Ben Trigg, and mastered by Grammy award winner Gavin Lurssen in Los Angeles.



New seasonal single from Sussex-based Singer-Songwriter Jon McDevitt

Sussex-based singer-songwriter, Jon McDevitt, has just released his sensational seasonal single ‘Father Christmas’. Check out the emotive video here:

This Christmas sing-along cleverly blends influences from The Smiths and Dexys Midnight Runners amongst others, to form an easy listen seasonal single.

Thoughtful lyrics by co-writer Dominic Hudson paint Father Christmas as a figure missing from Christmas, whilst allowing the listener to interpret it as to how or why. These combine with an infectious melody to make a Christmas single that stands out from the crowd.

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Corinna Jane explores relationships in ‘Three Faces Of You’

From supporting Leddra Chapman to being a guest vocalist/co-writer with German DJ Mark-Oh, quirky singer-songwriter Corinna Jane has experience in the industry whilst still staying humble. Corinna is now set to release her EP ‘Hard In Love’ and has released ‘Three Faces Of You’ taken form the EP, accompanied by a live video.

Corinna’s passion for music began from a young age. She started piano and singing lessons by the age of 5 and soon was composing her own music. She easily found her own style and established herself as a singer-songwriter in her teens.

The keen actress, model and radio presenter has caught the attention of many, leading to her recieving airplay on the likes of BBC Radio 6, Amazing Radio and BBC Introducing.

‘Three Faces Of You’ follows the story of Corinna’s relationship with someone who lived in their own fantasy world with various personalities residing in him. Watch the feisty live music video below.

The Senti-Mentals release 50s style Christmas track ‘You Show Me Yours At Xmas’

Paul Eccentric and John Dobinson have collaborated to form the doo-wop duo The Senti-Mentals who have developed the 50s style, giving it a punk poet edge. The Senti-Mentals are releasing the seasonal single ‘You Show Me Yours At Xmas’ following the story of an anti-hero who attempts to pull anything with a pulse and isn’t successful. The humorous track is accompanied by an animated video that shows the anti-hero’s constant attempts to win over a women and ends in utter failure.

Eccentric and Dobinson explain that the single follows “that one guy from accounts who assumes that every lady in the office wants to go home with him but he couldn’t be further from the truth.”

Eccentric is well known for being the voice of The Antipoet and playing in The Odd Eccentric who achieved a number 1 single in Denmark. However Eccentric wanted to develop the doo-wop sound and as the front man of The Senti-Mentals he has taken the 50s style on a musical journey.

Listen to ‘You Show Me Yours At Xmas’ here: