Featured Artist – Resek Records: The Resek Bunch

DeaVious Resek founder and a real driving force behind the vision. Ellis Deaves (DeaVious) is a producer and rapper hailing from Cornwall. Now when you think of Cornwall hiphop is not necessarily the first thing that comes to mind, but Mr DeaVious and co are working hard to dispel that foolish misconception. DeaVious writes extremely personal and passionate…

Featured Artist Friday – Resek Records

Resek Records is a collective that prizes passion over everything else. Not limiting themselves to a genre or a lifestyle the artists on the label come from a mixed background of genre and disciplines. From talented singer songwriters, to lyricists and beatmakers, the only real requirement in order to become a member is a dedicated…

Live – Firewoodisland @ Buffalo Bar 11/11/14

First impressions of the Buffalo Bar did not give me the Celtic Viking vibes that Firewoodisland are known for. Next to Highbury and Islington tube, entering through an ominous door, down the stairs into the basement, the blood red walls aggressively baring down on you. There wasn’t much too soothing about these surroundings. Perhaps more…

New Music – Firewoodisland ‘Simon’

The new single from Firewoodisland ‘Simon’ is a relaxing mix of traditional folk and medieval celtic music. Like many folky tracks before it, ‘Simon’ takes you on an uplifting journey. Marching beats take you through the wilderness, with the flute as your tour guide and the harmonic voices building into a crescendo creating a euphoric atmosphere.…

Featured Artist Friday – Firewoodisland

Have you ever listened to any Celtic Viking Music? No? Neither had we until we were introduced to Firewoodisland, atleast we don’t think we had. Drawing inspiration from Norway and Wales the sound created is definitely an original one. The focus of which and indeed the most interesting hook is the vocal harmonies, hauntingly draped across…

New Music – Kilkovec ‘Name Your Place’ (Album)

Kilkovec introduce themselves to the world like a frat boy at a party, by shaking up a bottle of beer, cracking it open with their teeth and then spraying everyone in the close vicinity. Serving up turbocharged riffs and sleazy easy jams, the ‘Name Your Place E.P’ is a ballsy slice of head nodding righteousness.…