Showing posts from May 19, 2019

Fushia - Quarry - Famous - Llovers

Fushia are twin sisters Mathilde and Nathalie, there new single 'Gold' matches their description of dreamy poetic pop, in addition I think it fair to say, you can add very catchy. 'Everything And Its Opposite' from Quarry is a feisty indie rocker, with intriguing lyrics and a clever video to match. Our first taste of Famous was in April with the very impressive 'Jacks House'. Now we have 'Forever' with the striking vocals grabbing my attention immediately, the band adding melody and a steady rhythmic beat. Llovers melodic indie rock is refreshing, the vocals and music are loaded with hooks, it's unsurprising that the band are getting plenty of attention both on line and on BBC radio. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fushia - Gold. Fushia consists of twin sisters Mathilde & Nathalie. Mathilde lives in Stockholm and Nathalie in London. Together th

Kluster - Jamie Lynn Vessels - Stop.drop.rewind

We featured Kluster a couple of times in 2018 and now they return with 'Wild' an imaginative song that is hard to categorise in any one genre, it's creative and engaging nonetheless. Jamie Lynn Vessels has just shared 'Cloak and Dagger' a brooding rocker that builds with intensity and emotion, her simmering vocals are just right for natural rock songs. Another band who have been on Beehive Candy twice before are Stop.drop.rewind and their latest song 'Floating Stone' makes a third appearance inevitable as this expansive rocker comes fuelled with plenty of hooks. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kluster - Wild. Kluster was founded by four friends and a virtual drummer in Malmö 2014, a real life drummer joined in shortly afterwards and the gang was complete. Since, the quintet has been active on as well the Malmö indie scene as playing shows in Berlin, Copen

SK - Sonia Stein

SK has shared 'Nostalgia' a smooth and enticing mixture of soul and cool jazz and some beautifully natural vocals, giving the song originality and style. 'London Used To Feel So Cool' from Sonia Stein has one very catchy chorus line and a superb musical arrangement that allows every element to shine through. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SK - Nostalgia. It’s no secret that the sounds of Soul & Jazz, have crept back into the forefronts of our musical palette of late. A new wave of UK artists have been trailblazing the way for a modern twist on the retro genres, leaving fans guessing who the next big name on the scene could be. You want our bet, it’s London-based songwriter SK. Born and raised in Luton, SK was brought up on her family’s vinyl collection. Immersed in soul music from a young age, she was raised on the sounds of Aretha Franklin and Donny Hathaway.

Wasuremono - Diamond Thug - Hanna Barakat

We featured the song 'Are You OK?' by Wasuremono two months ago and the new single 'Self-Help' is a much welcome follow up from the band, this time with an anthemic vibe & engaging melodic chorus. Diamond Thug have a new single called 'Aphotic Waters', following on from 'Tell Me' which we shared just a week ago, as the band continue to build deserved interest in their Gaiafy EP due out this coming week. Finally we have 'Damage Done' by Hanna Barakat a melodic rocker that gradually builds into a powerful and hook fuelled piece. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wasuremono - Self Help. Wasuremono have released a brand new single entitled 'Self-Help' after 6 Music's Steve Lamacq gave the track it's first spin on his show last week. The track is taken from their recently announced upcoming album 'Are You OK?' that will be r