Today’s TRACK OF THE DAY is ‘All Good’ by Ishy Dee
Today’s TRACK OF THE DAY is ‘Waste Of Time’ by San Telmo
San Telmo delivers a refreshing blend of neo soul and indie. The UK band have a track record of entertaining shows leaving their audiences wanting more. San Telmo’s latest single ‘Waste Of Time’ is one you can’t miss out on!
You can listen to ‘Waste Of Time’ below
Today’s TRACK OF THE DAY is ‘Old School’ by Concrete Natives
Concrete Natives are a British Funk group who started making music towards the end of 2016. Incorporating a blend of soul, rock & roll and the blues with contemporary influences coupled with an electric live performance, they deliver a fresh take on the classic New York funk sound.
You can listen to ‘Old School’ below
Today’s TRACK OF THE DAY is ‘Election Day Blues’ by Will Whisson
Today’s TRACK OF THE DAY is ‘Baby’ by The Apricot Hounds
The music of the Apricot Hounds is unique and gutsy cocktail of soulful, trip hop, with authentic rock tones, infused and embroidered with the inspired technicoloured sound of experimental passionate violin and guitar blended with melodic, haunting, and harmonic vocals inspirationally supported by both acoustic and electronic drums.
You can listen to ‘Baby’ below
Today’s TRACK OF THE DAY is ‘Operate’ by Superbird
Formed through a mutual love of Prince, Chili Peppers and a taste for unabashed eccentricity, Superbird are the fun-loving funk-pop tonic for those who wear their guilty pleasures on their sleeve.
Concocted in a starry eye dream for a world that takes itself too seriously, this playfully talented London trio are bored with the over-produced mainstream radio fodder that holds the charts to ransom.
Today’s TRACK OF THE DAY is ‘Float Away’ by Admirer
Admirer is the creation of artist and session musician Matt Chan. Occupying a darkly pop style, the mix of electronics and classic songwriting will leave you with a bittersweet nostalgia.
You can listen to ‘Float Away’ below
Today’s TRACK OF THE DAY is ‘Make it Slow’ by Lonnie Storey
Lonnie has been writing music since he was ten years old in a dilapidated garden shed. Since then he’s played for a number of bands and projects but is now wearing his heart solely on his own sleeve delving into a warm, dreamy sound.
Lonnie's first release, ‘Make it Slow’ is full of bright guitars and warped, warbling synthesizers bubbling under Lonnie’s deep lethargic vocals.