Wales’ history of rock needs no introduction. Just Drive place themselves firmly in that lineage with their mood-improving Charmer. If you enjoy those three minutes of sonic nitrous oxide, produced by legend Nick Brine, they’re easy to catch at one of their upcoming Cardiff gigs.
If you could do with shutting the world out and getting down with some music and chat, Cam weaves his way around electro-pop, RnB and rock with some breaking developments in the industry. Get the latest on The High Points and wave your first hellos to Alice Page, Just Drive and a return from Freya Alley.
Freya’s Back Hole video caught our attention in December, so naturally when Party On My Own dropped on Valentine’s we were inclined to give it a whirl. Parallels galore with the American electro-pop scene (Vio, anyone?) and oddly apt for the experience of many on that romantic day. She’s playing in London soon - check her out on www.freyaalley.com .
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ADSRecords are on the hunt again. We need new original artists! There’s a whole raft of things that could determine which act we want to work with which could take a page on it’s own. The bottom line is that we need you to submit your music - send it in trucks to email@example.com . Thanks to everyone who has applied so far, as for the rest of you, we look forward to hearing from you.
Our latest find of young talent comes in the form of 15 year old singer Alice Page, semi-finalist veteran of The Voice Kids 2018. Don’t Blame Me sets the scene pretty quickly with its RnB vibes before getting on with what it’s really about - showcasing a mature and precise voice. There’s another single in the works, so we’ll see where it goes from here..