All articles by Duncan Martin

Artist Playlist | Worry Dolls

Site favourites Worry Dolls, aka Zoe Nicol and Rosie Jones, are gearing up for the release of their Nashville recorded debut album Go Get Gone on the 27th January. To get you in the mood Zoe & Rosie put together…

Session | Mara Simpson

Mara Simpson came into the studio to play us three songs from last year’s album, Our Good Sides. The album is a really rich and soulful affair, and comes recommended, but even stripped back to just Mara’s voice and a…

Session | Joe Innes

A few weeks ago we invited Joe Innes round to record, what has turned out to be, a very topical session. Although not even a London estate agent would describe our studio as spacious, we just about managed to squeeze…

Premiere | Roxanne de Bastion – Run

We’re proud to present the video for `Run’, the new single from Roxanne de Bastion. ‘Run’ is an ode to those forced to flee, and the first single from Roxanne’s forthcoming album Heirlooms & Hearsay. The main inspiration behind the…

Artist Playlist | Vanessa Anne Redd

Vannessa Anne Redd’s debut album Behind The Wall, 10 songs of “Grunge Folk” written in the French countryside, was recently released. Vanessa has put together a playlist for us, explaining some of the influences for the record. You can catch…

Session | Gitta de Ridder

After a musical journey that includes studying at a Dutch music academy and performing in several bands, singer/songwriter Gitta de Ridder released her first solo EP Come and Find Me last year. The EP gained support across her native Netherlands,…

Session | Ralegh Long

Ralegh Long is a singer-songwriter who creates subtle, pastoral soundscapes inspired by nature and mystacism. His work has been praised as “Demented beauty” by The Guardian and “Really, really beautiful” by Lauren Laverne. Ralegh came into the studio and performed…

Session | Vanessa Anne Redd

After recording albums with Rubicks and Six Years and touring with John Foxx and Gary Numan, Vanessa Anne Redd set herself the challenge of recording a solo record. The result was ten songs of “grunge folk” that make up her…

Session | A Grave With No Name

In the past few years, London-based singer/songwriter Alexander Shields, aka A Grave With No Name, has released music spanning genres including lo-fi rock, broad ambient soundscapes and rich, full band arrangements. His forthcoming album, Wooden Mask, marks another change in…