The sound of a band unconcerned with trends and algorithms: Plastic Mermaids

When it comes to genre, their music is as skittish and indefinable as it comes. But the music scene agrees on one thing: The Isle of Wight band Plastic Mermaids are as undefinable as they are briljant. Bandcamp review on their debut full-length, Suddenly Everyone Explodes: "The Isle of Wight band overwhelm with shapeshifting, sensory-overloading pop songs that siphon their restless irreverence from the masters of modern psychedelic rock." (full article here) The album is created a huge barn in the “middle of nowhere” on the Isle of Wight. Jamie Richards, one of the band members, built most of the [...]

May 31st, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

A journey of the heart, and sometimes the head: the debut album of Tom Fowkes

Tasmania raised multi-instrumentalist Tom Fowkes, writes, records and releases emotive and heartfelt compositions. Live, his simplified, honest and intimate performances have earned him spots at renowned festivals down under. About his performances: "Tom’s emotive compositions and powerful voice effortlessly transported the listeners into his world, leaving them with a heartfelt message of hope (Little Face), a dash of melancholy (Winter), and perhaps just a pinch of pissed off (Messy Men). A humble and genuinely top bloke".. ( Element Photography NZ) Tom Fowkes about his debut album " Sad to Light" : "A journey of the heart, and sometimes the head; I [...]

December 13th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments