Hailing from Nottingham, Primal is this week’s Artist Of The Week! This power trio plays soulful blues rock with howling vocals, groovy riffage and pounding drums for an added dash of low-end heft. If you like your rock in the style of Led Zep, Rival Sons, Black Keys, Sabbath and Audioslave, Primal is sure to please! Throw on “Lucky Soul” and turn it up to 11!
Artist of the week
We have selected Nadia Sheikh as our Artist Of The Week! Originally from L’alcora, Spain, this London-based singer/guitarist combines indie, rock and pop with folky and jazzy vocals creating a charismatic and unique sound that she showcases in her original songs. Quirky melodies and catchy choruses with incredibly insightful lyrics. Why not have a listen to “Going Down” and hear for yourself?
This week’s Artist Of The Week is Eyre Llew, an atmospheric ambient-rock/post-rock trio from Nottingham UK. Since forming in 2014, the band has racked up an impressive discography, receiving so high praise along the way. The trio crafts delicate textures and ambient tones which build to huge anthem-like crescendos, with each song feeling like an emotional journey. Our favourite track “Edca” works in some choir-like vocals to ratchet up the emotional level even further. Check it out below to see what we’re on about:
Our Artist Of The Week is SOACH! Both a singer-songwriter and a producer, SOACH stitches together threads from R&B, funk, pop and dance music to create some seriously smooth listening music. If you’re looking for something to set a late-night mood to, look no further than our favourite cut “Silo”, which you can check out below:
Hailing from London, we’ve selected Man The Life Boats as our Artist Of the Week! This five-piece band uses a wide variety of instruments to craft lively raucous songs that tell a story. The band claims it’s “upbeat folk music for those who like a drink with their tunes. Tonic for these troubled times.” We’ll cheers to that! Have a listen to “A Wasted Life” and get onboard: