Taking The World On With Harmonica In Hand, The Nave Blues Are Here






Hauntingly real, spooky, diverse and rockin’! Nave Blues are really making the path clear for a new era of blues rock.

The boys behind the blues, are led by Nave Pundik, lead vocalist and harmonica player. With the inclusion of guitar, bass and drums, Nave Blues’ eclectic mix makes them a formidable force, who’s deep, emotional, yet endearing music has reached new heights with brand new album ‘TheNaveBlues’.



Brand new tracks such as ‘Ghost Collector’, ‘Thank You’ and ‘Sittin’ On Top of the World’ will all feature on the new full album, which you can be sure not to miss.

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4PjTCsYQH7Nu1dsSczZ5HK
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6KVhYc1E4ccnMPtpvzpCQw
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNaveBlues/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/naveblues
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thenaveblues/
Website: http://thenaveblues.com/


Cholesterol Jones’ ‘Satan’s In Heaven’ Pokes Fun At The Worlds Current Situation


For many people, the election of Donald Trump as the US president was a hard-hitting realisation, and maybe one of the stronger disbelievers in Trump is Folk artist Cholesterol Jones.

Yes, 2017 will be a year where many unexplained things occurred, however, Cholesterol Jones’ brand new EP is something that doesn’t need explaining.



The lead track (which is also the title of the EP) ‘Satan’s in Heaven’is a strong and fantasticality current tune, which is sure to send you the message it was originally intended to.

The song opens with a mid tempo beat, with a soft clean guitar riff conjoining with the instrumentation throughout, the vocals are the main feature, giving audiences their first taste of Cholesterol Jones in his full motion.

The track has lyrical relevance, with the subject focusing on the idea of Trump’s election having a massive negative impact on the current world.

Be sure to check him out:

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/cholesteroljones
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6k7mwh5t1p771vkWad10KY
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_FUIRHFOjIPFNoQbgeBv_Q?view_as=subscriber
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CholesterolJones
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CholesterolJone
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cholesteroljones/
Website: https://cholesteroljones.com/


Ms Mohammed Is Tackling Prejudice With Brand New Genre ‘Clit Rock’



Ms Mohammed is breaking the normality, proving that rock n’ roll is far from dead, if anything, its being rejuvenated in the form of a style of music known as ‘Clit Rock’.

With this new genre/movement, which she founded in 2013, she is taking her music to new heights, all while creating awareness for religious and cultural tolerance and being a supporter of LGBT rights, Ms Mohammed is making the way for new music of a similar style.

Her latest E.P., ‘Alibi’, was a hit with fans, with great reviews from all over the world.

“Powerful, Brilliant, Goddess-like”Bobby Friction, BBC Asian Network



She is now confronting xenophobia and Islamophobia head-on, using both her music, live performances and political activism to challenge pre-conceptions about race, gender and sexuality.

However, the new E.P. is out, so be sure to check it out:

Watch the video to Alibi here: https://vimeo.com/211671013

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/msmohammed
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4KQ4RHs2ek1FV2GjUSygGN?si=AQT2ZQE3
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5qd5sG7VGI
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MsMohammedMusic/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MsMohammedMusic
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/msmohammedmusic/
Website: www.msmohammed.com

Neethusha: The New Ballad Queen?

Neethusha, a singer-songwriter from Kerala, South India is making waves with her new single ‘Why Did I Lose You’ and it’s getting pretty difficult to hold back the tears. For years Neethusha fought against her conservative surroundings to pursue a career in her life long passion of music and thank the heavens she did!

Neethusa learnt her craft singing in the band Stereogrind in her hometown on Kerala, and was featured on Kappa TV. Furthermore, she also performed at the Facebook India Show and Femina Style Diva in 2015, garnering her a lot of solid experience and exposure and proving to the world she really is willing to work hard to get what she wants.

With essence of Coldplay and Savage Garden, ‘Why Did I Lose You’ is a real tear jerker of a ballad about heartbreak and self reconciliation. Beautiful acoustic guitar gently opens the track, building subtly layer by layer into a emotive, smooth as butter arrangement with string parts and piano lines weaving in and out of eachother. Her vocal delivery is flawless as well, reminiscent of greats like Shania Twain and Celine Dion and performed with an honesty and vulnerability that is seldom heard these days in a world of overproduced, plastic pop. Neethusa is definitely one to watch and her captivating, culturally diverse sound should most definitely stand the test of time!

Show your support for Neethusha here…








Pallab Sarker returns with ‘Not Gonna Fall In Love With You’

Having found success with debut record, ‘Morning in Brixton’, which found underground success across US college radio networks. It earned him a record deal in the States and now the British-Bengali singer-songwriter Pallab Sarker is back with his endearing follow up single ‘Not Gonna Fall In Love With You’.

However, for a long time Pallab led a rather contrasting ‘double life’; he was a press adviser to Minister’s by day, including Lord Digby during the last Labour administration and a musician by night.

On one occasion he merged his two worlds together as he performed a gig in the atrium of the home office in the name of Children in Need, raising thousands of pounds in the process.

After Pallab’s parents fled from the Bangladesh war of independence in the 70s and raised him in Peterborough, Pallab relocated to London during his early twenties at the peak of the brit-pop explosion.

The lively scene that took the music world by storm inspired the budding songwriter who quickly formed a band, ICON, who gigged incessantly across the capital and its lively circuit. Although Pallab is now based in Walthamstow, he has spent a lot of time immersed in the vibrant arts scene of South London, which inspired the single ‘Morning In Brixton’, also taken from his upcoming album, Grey Day.

Since his band days, Pallab has developed his sound as a solo artist and he can now be considered a genuine songbird, whose arresting voice and touching melodies ooze with emotional value, speaking straight to the hearts of his listeners. Within Sarker’s work is a humanizing touch, most clearly exhibited through his kind, clever lyricism and its sonic journey instigating abilities, which can be found on ‘Not Gonna Fall In Love With You’.

Not only this, but Pallab feels strongly about the lack of British Asians being showcased in the indie genre. He points out that British Asians have played a huge role in the development of garage and R&B, but there is little mainstream representation when it comes to the indie singer-songwriter scene: Sarker could well be the poster boy who kicks off a new era for British Asians in this genre.













Former Kyshera front man James Kennedy returns with emotional music video ‘Unconditional’

James Kennedy, former front-man of alternative rock group Kyshera, returns with his first solo project ‘Home’. He recently released a stunning video for the emotional track ‘Unconditional’, which premiered on rock website Rocktopia

After touring constantly with Kyshera, Kennedy found himself falling into a deep depression, inspiring him to write his first song ‘Unconditional’ from his debut solo album ‘Home’. James began reflecting on his life during his period of depression and found he was neglecting what he felt was important in life, such as family and friends.

‘Unconditional’ expresses the singer’s gratitude to those in his life who have shared this emotional journey with him. The video displays love in its many forms, whether that be for your partner, your mum or even your dog, all accompanied by the catchy melodies of Kennedy’s new style. Guitar solos and James’ trademark raspy vocals only add further emotion to the already touching video. Showing the universal message that love is always unconditional, even in the worst of times, James chose to focus on real families in the video, with his parents and grandmother actually making an appearance!


Mark L. Oakes’ Enchanting Album ‘Call Me The Moon’

Belgian singer-songwriter, engineer and producer Mark L. Oakes is releasing his debut album Call Me The Moon, which he tips as the perfect soundtrack for a karmic road trip.

Although he is from Belgium, Mark adopts a true Americana-folk sound in a particularly adept manner, akin to the likes of the great Neil Young and The Band. Nonetheless, this is not to say that Mark’s music is inauthentic just because he isn’t from America; he has put his own delicate and melodic stamp on a genre that is difficult to get right.

Mark’s music seems to hold the perfect balance of heavy and light textures through the use of soft string sections and heavy, yet subtle electric guitars, as is the case on ‘Aloof Again’.

Other tracks such as ‘Shredded Jeans’ employ harmonious pianos and Mark’s distinct vocals, displaying his quality as a musician for writing emotive folk-infused ballads.

Mark notes that Call Me The Moon is a sort of sonic rebirth for him; ‘a bit like the Phoenix rising from its ashes’.


You can find out more on Mark and his music here:







Homesick Mick combines his anti-Sir Philip Green campaign with highly anticipated debut EP release

Singer-songwriter Homesick Mick finally announces he shall be releasing his greatly anticipated debut EP ‘Black Hole Friday’ in time for the annual Black Friday sales. Passionate Mick has combined his released with #philipfreefriday social media campaign, asking shoppers to boycott Sir Philip Green’s stores on Black Friday. His aim is to try and persuade the billionaire to pay the lost BHS pensions to his former staff members.

In an effort to gain supporters Mick has created a set of campaign videos which you can view here:


The EP is a taster of his upcoming debut album ‘The Mysterious Abduction & Return of Homesick Mick’, which was recorded in multiple studios worldwide and was mastered at Abbey Rd. The album is set to be released Friday 13th January on various platforms.

Israeli singer-songwriter Leat Haber releases debut single ‘Wait For Me’

Israeli singer-songwriter Leat Haber releases her debut single ‘Wait For Me’ from her upcoming EP ‘Flying On A Kite’. Using equipment from 50s and 60s, Haber has a vintage style with clear influences from Dolly Parton, Tracey Chapman and Amy Winehouse.

Based on the TV series ‘MadMen’, ‘Wait For Me’ explores Haber’s feminist ideology and her happiness towards the fact that in today’s society women can speak their mind freely.

Having raised money for the video off Crowd Funding with the sum total of £2000, ‘Wait For Me’ video is a must watch.

Watch the video for ‘Wait For Me’ here:


Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/leathabermusic/

Bandcamp – https://leathaber1.bandcamp.com/album/flying-on-a-kite

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/leathabersingersongwriter/

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