The Best of 2015

2015 has been a vital year for this blog. Despite only beginning to post here in July it’s presented some amazing opportunities and 2016 is set to only get better.

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Interview with Adam French

I heard ‘Ivory’ on Spotify sometime last year and since that moment I’ve been a fan of Adam French. His music is brilliant – you’ll be singing along in no time. With a headline UK tour coming up next year and two new songs available now it’s a perfect time to start listening to his music. After battling with technology, and after a long night in the studio, Adam took the time to talk to me about his experience in Africa, the inspiration behind his writing and his upcoming UK tour.

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MAX – Wrong

I’ve loved MAX ever since I stumbled across his cover of ‘How to Save a Life’ years ago. It’s been an amazing ride and it feels like he’s finally getting the recognition he deserves. This 23-year-old is the complete package; model, actor, dancer and singer. ‘Wrong’ is the second EP he’s released since signing to DCD2 – which is officially my favourite record label, and this EP is just as brilliant as the first.   Continue reading “MAX – Wrong”

Blue Neighbourhood – Troye Sivan

‘Blue Neighbourhood’ is the type of album that transcends genre, everyone should give this a listen. It’s like a warm hug and a shoulder to cry on, it’s not in your face and begging for attention, but you’ll find yourself giving it anyway. This is easy-listening at its finest, full of relatable lyrics that are raw and honest, beautiful melodies and a voice that’ll make you smile. You can see why Troye Sivan has been making waves.

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