Star Song: Here and There- Rushil

rushillToday’s song is Here and There by indie rocker RUSHIL. The track is coming from his debut album, Oscillations, released in January.

Indian-born RUSHIL always had an unflappable passion for music, hailing THE FRAYS, JAMES MORRISON, BOB DYLAN and ERIC CLAPTON as his biggest influence. From the age of 14, he formed a band with his friends and at that point he had the burning desire to become a credible artist. Fate was on his side when a producer spotted his raw talent and under his guidance, RUSHIL started producing his own material which led to his standout debut album.

If you haven’t heard of RUSHIL, the easy-cruising Here and There is the perfect introduction, as you get to experience his smooth and slightly-husky-typically-rock vocals – absolutely stunning!

If you love the sound of Here and There, take a trip to iTunes, where you can check out the album Oscillations. For now, check out his equally cool but hard-hitting video to Here and There – brilliant!

Review: The Orange Line – Wullae Wright

wullae wright - The Orange Line

1. UFO
2. A Stage with your own Fears
3. Roadtrippin’
4. Nostalgic
5. Stand Alone (ft. Stuart Carroll)
6. Survived Unpromised Souls
7. You Never Said Anything
8. Living on the Edge
9. Plasticland
10. Superhero
11. Beware: Beckon Angels
12. A Story of a Wall
13. All the Time

WULLAE WRIGHT should not be taken likely – I realised that the second I heard his soothing effort All The Time which was featured on NEW LEASE MUSIC last month. All The Time makes up one of his latest 13-track-album, The Orange Line.

Now I have the pleasure of reviewing the entire albumand I have to say it took me by surprise as I anticipated that classic mellow rock throughout the self-recorded production.  In fact, The Orange Line features the wonderfully bitter/sweet creations, demonstrated in UFO, Roadtrippin’ and You Never Said Anything. These tracks are completed by this Scottish rocker’s cry-for-help vocals.

The album just displays that WULLAE WRIGHT is a worthwhile producer:  Stand Alone (ft Stuart Carroll), Plasticland, Beware: Beckon Angels and A Story of a Wall features that delightfully-awkward blend of different instruments that sticks in the mind hours (or even longer) after listening. Each of these incomparable singles are very different from each other, and this artist’s vocals perfectly adapt to these productions.

Overall, The Orange Line pushes the boundaries of indie rock to the absolute limit, making it a very intriguing listening. If you want to experience a fresh spin on indie rock, The Orange Line to the best place to start – welcome to the world of WULLAE WRIGHT

Star Song: Positive Change – Bobb Shaw

Bobb Shaw

Today’s song is Positive Change by British indie rocker BOBB SHAW. The single is coming from the EP Stars Will Fall, released in June.

Stars Will Fall has made quite an impact, as the first single from the EP, Whiskey was aired on BBC Introducing Leeds – just  a few hours of its release! Days later, he was approached by the producer of The Voice UK to attend an audition.

No doubt his fruitful journey is set to continue with  Positive Change. This laid-back single, which is topped off by this guy’s soothing  and slightly husky vocals, is perfect  for relaxing on a hot summer’s day.

If you like the sound of Positive Change, it’s worth heading over to his SoundCloud page to check out his EP.

Star Song: All the Time – Wullae Wright

wullae wright - The Orange Line

Today’s song is All the Time by British singer-songwriter WULLAE WRIGHT. This track is coming from his latest album, The Orange Line.

In his teenage years, the indie-rocker taught himself to sing and to play the guitar. With his long-time friend and collaborator Stuart Carroll, the Scottish artist went to form a band called the Heads of State.

After the band dissolved in 2003, WULLAE WRIGHT branched out as a solo artist. From that point it was full-steam head, as multi-talented artist built up a pretty intriguing discography that definitely deserves a listen.

His latest effort, All the Time is a simple yet crisp production. If you’re unfamiliar with WALLAE WRIGHT’s work, this is an excellent introduction to this guy’s amazing vocals and guitar skills.

Take time out listen to the soothing All the Time. Like me, if you really love this track, head over to his SoundCloud page where there’s a collection of his work.