Though it can seem contradictory to find the mind quietened by decibels, the debut single from Brighton-based Moon Panda offers just that sensation.
Mahalia’s velvet smooth execution adds about forty nine new levels of shade to the titular shade she throws on her exes.
If 'Brixton Hill Revisited’ is anything to go by, Milk Kan could be one of the greatest unheard-of bands to come out of South London this millennium.
The nineteen-year-old rising star from Leicester keeps it simple, and in so doing, keeps it dazzlingly real.
It carries an everyday authenticity that’s incredibly rare and inspiring to see.
We’re all still holding out for the kind of fortnight-long swelter that Mahalia’s first official single ‘Sober’ seems destined to soundtrack.
Let it wrap around your head softly - you’re gonna wanna kvell over this one.
What are Mama J’s three simple rules? You’ll have to press play and find out for yourself with this one.
A worthy antidote for a jaded soul.
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