Showing posts from January 10, 2021

Jo Yonderly - Mark Elliott - Turkey The Bird - Souly Us - Loumy - William The Conqueror - Kalbells

Jo Yonderly - Dead inside the inside. The long time missing underground artist Jo Yonderly has finally been found! After years of searching, the man behind the mystical and enchanting demos that reached the Rama Lama HQ some time ago have been tracked down in Malmö, Sweden.  This with great help from Djoana Djones who is currently making a documentary about the journey, the first teaser is available to see here. ‘Dead inside the inside’ is the first track to reach the public’s ears from a forthcoming debut album. ‘Dead inside the inside’ is something you’d imagine to be a classic, but hard to define from what decade, or is it even from the future? It hits you right from the start and as the title line echoes in eternity you really get the feeling of being “dead inside”. We asked Jo Yonderly to describe Dead inside the inside for this press release and he said: "I generally don't like blogs and papers, and so it evens out, but if you have to quote me, tell them it's about

Home Counties - Mush - Minor Moon - The Mandevilles

Home Counties - Modern Yuppies. Home Counties release their new single "Modern Yuppies", the first of two self-produced singles to be released via Alcopop! Records – following hot on the heels of the band’s debut EP ‘Redevelopment’ which arrived in September 2020. “Modern Yuppies”, premiered earlier today on Matt Wilkinson's Apple Music 1 show, sees the band move away from the indie guitar-laden sound of their debut EP, and instead embrace their playful aptitude for synth-driven, post-funk hooks. Speaking on the shift in direction, singer Will Harrison commented: "Synths and drum machines were already something we were very keen to explore and 2020 provided us with an unexpected amount of free time to experiment. We dialled the disco influences up to the max and totally embraced that 70’s-cop-drama vibe for this pair of stand-alone singles. It feels like a bold declaration of who we are and it definitely gives a clearer taste of where we’re heading for our next EP”.

Kristina Stazaker - Psymon Spine - The Barettas - Amy Speace

Kristina Stazaker - Silence and Slumber. Kristina Stazaker released her new album, Follow Me, on the 18th of December 2020. The artist, who has drawn favourable comparisons to such luminaries as PJ Harvey, Anna Calvi, Tori Amos & Kate Bush, writes songs filled with raw emotion that guides the listener through rough, dark seas and enables them to explore mystical realms. Silence and Slumber In his dreams, he is laughing and playing his songs To the crowds who adore him, throwing roses and cheers In his dreams, he's the king of his land But when he wakes up, to the nightmare he goes Kristina Stazaker is a UK-based Singer/Songwriter who has been performing for over 5 years now as a side project and passion. Since 2015, She has been bringing her unique solo and acoustic sounds to crowds wherever she can. Showcased as "feministic anti-folk which nobody can actually describe", her muses have roots in old-time folk, punk and alternative indie.  Her captivating performances

Kate Koenig - Anya Hinkle - Tamara Williamson

Photo: Samantha Singh Kate Koenig - Fell to stone. Kate Koenig is a very hungry experimental-folk caterpillar that eats Fleet Foxes’ progressivism and Kate Bush’s iconoclasticism and Jeff Buckley’s zeal and Leonard Cohen’s disenchantment, and is still eating while you read this bio.  She is also a fierce advocate for mental health awareness, which comes out in the deeply personal, introspective theater of her music. Based in Brooklyn, she’s played at NYC’s Bowery Ballroom, Pete’s Candy Store, Pianos, Niagara, and Under St. Mark’s Theatre.  In June of 2019, she released her debut album, Haircuts for Barbers, which can be found on all streaming platforms. On January 31st she will be releasing her sophomore album Etemenanki. Kate Koenig · Fell to stone -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Anya Hinkle - I Belong to the Band. Sometimes even the most determinedly original artist finds a song from another source that speaks to her cir