Ryan's Gig Guide

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New Releases

New Releases

New releases by local artists Rebecca Downes, Rosie Tee, T8PES, The Calamity & Holly Fitzgerald.

Single: How Much Do You Want It?

By T8PES

Not quite as insightful or beautiful as his earlier single “Hope & Pray”, “How Much Do You Want It?” is like a lite version of a 90s dance track with ‘Cuts & Scratches by Mike 110’ near the end. The lyrics sees to lament not being as successful as he either hoped or expected and asserts that he’s back & stronger than ever.


Single: Weight Of The World

By Holly Fitzgerald

The new track from singer-songwriter Holly Fitzgerald, is a warm, wintery & lovely slice of up-tempo folk. A distinct change of tack from previous releases "Time" & "Kaleidoscope" Holly seems to be fearless & versatile. Traits that could make her successful in a variety of genres - a true artist.


Single: More Sinner Than Saint

By Rebecca Downes

Opens gently with a real “Wicked Games” feel to it then bursts into a reverb-laiden rock track that will hit the spot for fans of both classic & modern rock.


Single: Wither

By Rosie Tee

Wither is a quirky, swirling, groovy track. Futuristic & trippy, I can only describe it as 'space-jazz' - I can’t wait to see her in a live show!


Single: Five Minutes Full Of Light

By The Calamity

This is a lovely song with traces of early 90s World Party with added extra fuzz placing it firmly in the indie category.


New Releases

Ryan's Gig Guide
Published: 29/11/2019

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