I’ve selected 3 of my favourite recently released albums that will charge you through autumn and into December with a smile on your face.
Harry Pane’s four track EP, Changing, is a solemn and emotional release from the London singer-songwriter.
When you think of the words alternative spirit you think -upbeat, raucous indie-pop music and that’s exactly what this compilation album provides. The album consists of 39 tracks from artists such as Roisin Murphy, Basement Jaxx and Fleet Foxes.
Florence and the Machine marked a triumphant return to London with a sold out performance at British Summer Time, in Hyde Park on Saturday 2 July 2016.
This week’s music video of the week selection comes from rising star Kelvin Jones with Closer, a poppy song that perfectly reflects the summer weather.
Ladyhawke – aka Pip Brown – returns with her third studio album, Wild Things, once again demonstrating her great talent as a singer-songwriter
Camden Rocks 2016 is set to be the biggest festival yet with over 200 of the most exciting rock bands playing live across 20 venues on June 4.
There can be no better way to spend your bank holiday weekend than being at a music festival.
Welsh four piece Catfish and the Bottlemen have announced a small seven-date UK tour for this November.
Kygo’s debut Cloud Nine was released this week, sadly not quite living up to the high expectations of his chart releases.