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Blog playlist #5

John Dhali - Thought Train

The release is an all-inspiring passage of hope released in aid of The Shiva Trust based in Lancashire. The charity supports those struggling with mental health issues, but are also doing some other vital work which includes delivering food parcels to the communities vulnerable, as well as making PPE for care homes in the area. You can donate to The Shiva Trust's Go Fund Me here and give it a listen here too.

Tommy Down - Liquid Love

Liquid Love is the latest release from London based soul artist TommyDown. The track's smart production comes from Charlier Perry, writer and producer for Jorja Smith’s Lost and Found, as well as Maverick Sabre and Lily Moore. Consistent with Tommy’s back catalogue, LiquidLove showcases an astute vocal performance. Listen here.

Marcos G - Dancefloor

Dancefloor is a glowing pop single taken from the EP of the same name. Crafted by marcos g, the EP is an astounding feat of pop-prowess, with clean-cut hooks and commercial attitude, minus the bravado. With an inspiring story, marcos g is ready for big things. Listen here.

Don Barclay - Stronger

Hailing from rural Aberdeenshire, Scotland, Don Barclay relocated in 2018 to Kent in order to concentrate on music and performing. Just a stone's throw away from the big smoke, the self taught musician started learning the tricks of his trade at the age of 10. With a self-expressed ‘heart on your sleeve’ approach, Don’s influenced by the likes of Ben Howard, Alt J and James Gillespie. Listen here to Stronger.

SilverCoast - Try

SILVERCOAST are a rock outfit hailing from Scotland, whose influences stretch from Feeder, You Me At Six and Neck Deep. Formed back in 2012, the Inverness 5-piece’s newest single Try is a hard-hitting punkish single, with pop elements in its core. With sing-along chorus and hooky guitar riffs, the band look set to make their mark this year. Listen here.

Breon S.Y.N.D.E.L

In double single releases ‘Ballerina’ and ‘Black Bird’, Breon focuses on the aspect of relationships, and how they have differed throughout his life. ‘Ballerina’ is captivating from the very start, with the airy synthesizers working in harmony with one another, before Breon’s voice melts the track into his familiar ambient hip-hop style. Listen to the double single here.


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