Jade Moss mixes it up with new Dance Remixes of ‘Hey Babe’

Emily Lindsell

Following on from the great success of her recent track Hey Babe, which was broadcast on multiple radio stations across the UK (including on BBC and Jazz FM), Jade Moss is preparing to release two brand new remixes of the track!

The genre-bending tune, which was released in January 2021, has all the aspects to perfectly satisfy a music lover’s taste. Jade focuses her music with a message of self love and positivity, with her lyrics reflecting her values of self-worth. Hey Babe highlights how she feels about the different themes (self-worth in particular) as she tells a story of a partner who objectifies her and doesn’t treat her with the respect she deserves. The morals of the song are greatly beneficial to today’s society, as we enter a time where women aren’t always respected and treated equally. Hey Babe delivers the perfect message that young women across the world need to hear right now – don’t let anyone else define your worth and undermine you.

The two remixes bring an all new twist to the track’s usual Jazz-pop sound, adding an extra layer of excitement to an already addictive track. Jade’s vocals compliment the new sounds well; with a voice so unique it’s refreshing to hear the different versions of the track, as both Tazeko and Steff Garner’s remixes bend the song in their own unique way. Listening through each track it almost feels as though you’re listening to a new song every time, something which you’ll be grateful for after learning Jade’s discography only consists of two singles at this moment in time (with further releases nearing in the future).

You can listen to the remixes for yourself on the 23rd of April, but for now enjoy the original just the way it is here.

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der Mist drop long awaited electro-rock debut album

Glasgow-based der Mist joined forces through a local charity that was founded to to help out young musicians, and are now set to take on the electro-rock scene. With their multi-instrumental talents, the duo have pieced together a debut album that has the sound and atmosphere of a band with many more, showcasing powerful choruses and impressive instrumentals.

Their first lead single of the album ‘It’s Alright’, which was released January 15th, touches upon topics that can be related to the pandemic, as it brings the positive theme of “everything will be okay in the end” – which is just the type of thing we need to get us through the current lockdown! Craig, 1/2 of der Mist, says his favourite part of the creative process was “trying to channel his inner 80’s child”; he goes on to say they were aiming for something new and fresh, yet with that nostalgic feeling, which is definitely something that was achieved with the 12 track album.

der Mist brings us the 80’s inspired electro-rock album that we’ve been missing over the last few decades, picking up on old school inspirations whilst making a sound that is so distinct to themselves and their own style.

Throughout the creation of their album, they released regular content detailing their experiences and the musical processes behind them piecing the album together, being completely transparent about their style of music and the type of people they are – which is something seen as rare within the industry. If you’re looking for good music with strong personality behind it, der Mist are the two-piece for you.

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Written by Emily Lindsell


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Kiwi rocker Merv Pinny’s lockdown inspired rock anthum

Kiwi rocker Merv Pinny has had one hell of a journey to the top, transforming from a dairy farmer to a viral rock sensation. His hit ‘OB (can you hear the children cry)’ platforms the issue of children in crisis across the world has an impressive 13 million views and counting. With all the profits being donated to support those in need, you can help an amazing cause while enjoying electric riffs, catchy beats and smooth rock and roll vocals so there’s nothing to stop you from giving it a listen.

Merv first became interested in music at just 10 years old after his brother gifted him a $10 guitar and his most recent release ‘I lockdown’ is the toe-tapping rock anthem we’ve all been looking for with uplifting lyrics about the joy of being reunited with loved ones after lockdown. If you’re seeking an impromptu dance party or a track to head-bang along to in your room like no ones watching, then you’ll love this track’s groovy, toe-tapping sound.

Merv has a whole host of rock earworms for you to get stuck into so make sure to check them out of Spotify and follow his social media to keep up to date with upcoming releases.

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Alberto Lombardi Hailed an Acoustic Maestro

“The record is killing, such great musicianship!” Nile Rodgers

“Fantastic guitar player! Wow, this is such a beautiful piece of music!” Bob Clearmountain

“Alberto Lombardi’s debut solo project titled ‘Birds’ is a joy…a wonderful recording.. a very impressive and creative guitarist” – Bill Piburn, Fingerstyle Journal

“Acoustic Maestro…thrilling acoustic work. The Italian ace deploys his immense technique to serve the song, not the reverse” – Pete Prown, Vintage Guitar Magazine

“Italian Fingerstyle Master”, Acoustic Guitar Magazine

With celebrity fans such as Chic’s Nile Rodgers and legendary engineer, Bob Clearmountain (Bruce Springsteen; David Bowie; Rolling Stones), Alberto Lombardi has already won legions of fans with his expressive guitar playing and rich song writing but his latest single, “Start Again”, looks to catapult him in front of even larger audiences. “Start Again” is an intense and profound single which has at its lyrical heart some of the most beautiful lines from Dante’s Inferno, whilst Alberto’s extraordinary guitar work is nothing short of revelatory, a fitting showcase for one of Stratocaster’s greatest living exponents.   

The song “Start Again” is a rich, epic ballad with beautiful guitar work and intense lyrics about a new fresh start. Some of the words are based on lines in The Inferno, by Italian poet, Dante. Dante imagines that Ulysses sails to unknown shores with his men, instead of going back to Itaca and leads them beyond the pillars of Hercules where the world was believed to end. His speech to convince them to endure the challenge is a milestone in literature and shines a light on the human soul and its infinite capabilities.

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A Journey Through Space – New Single – AMBER

A five piece band based around the South East of England, Orca are a new band looking to make waves in the UK prog scene. With an album on the way soon, the band are first set to unleash single ‘Amber’ as a hard hitting but melodic tease of what’s to come from the band.

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Live dates:

Live @ Surya King’s Cross – 8.8.15

Live @ Fiddler’s Elbow Camden – 2.9.15

Links:

http://www.orcaband.com/

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https://orcaband.bandcamp.com/