Siimon – In My Place

Taking on a cover may be walking on already common ground, but it shows how versatile artists can be. Kent-based artist Siimon has done just that in his new rendition of a Coldplay classic, ‘In My Place‘. Celebrating the anniversary of Coldplay’s ‘A Rush of Blood To The Head’, Siimon has revealed his take onContinue reading “Siimon – In My Place”

The Hazy Janes Dominate The Grayston Unity at Hometown Gig

Ellis Best and Bron Bury are the dynamic duo that form Halifax based, blues-rock group The Hazy Janes. Having formed in summer 2021, the pair haven’t hesitated to dive straight into live shows, and there is certainly no lack of professionalism or enthusiasm in their performance. Influenced by Jack White, Led Zeppelin and The BlackContinue reading “The Hazy Janes Dominate The Grayston Unity at Hometown Gig”

Megan Wyn: A Star In The Making

In an industry and genre predominantly male, women can often find it hard to make their mark on proceedings. However, as we have seen with the likes of Amy Winehouse, Wolf Alice and Black Honey, talent will often prevail and in the case of Megan Wyn, she is a talent destined for greatness. Despite onlyContinue reading “Megan Wyn: A Star In The Making”

The Skinner Brothers Are a Class Act with ‘Soul Boy II’

Only four short years have passed since The Skinner Brothers formed in London in 2018 and launched their debut single ‘Watchu’, which they were immediately highly commended for. The lads have arguably had it even rougher than usual having chosen a rather challenging time to embark on a career in the music industry, with anContinue reading “The Skinner Brothers Are a Class Act with ‘Soul Boy II’”

Serenades – Melody

Southampton’s Serenades live up to the name with their second single and first of the year, ‘Melody’. The band, made up of Keelan Hills (Guitar/Vocals), Adam Cooper (Lead Guitar), Kai Croissant (Drums) and Callum Reilly (Bass), pick up where they left off with their debut single ‘First To Say’ which was a banger in itsContinue reading “Serenades – Melody”

Gaz Price Releases his hometown inspired new single ‘Down The Road’

Gaz Price has kicked off his 2022 with his new single ‘Down The Road’. A groovy single full of lovely lead guitar licks, a melodic beat and heartfelt lyrics about his hometown Hartlepool. Inspired by the likes of Oasis and The Stone Roses, the young musician shows clear vocal influence from the likes of LiamContinue reading “Gaz Price Releases his hometown inspired new single ‘Down The Road’”

Rivita Releases ‘那Nà就 Jiù抱Bào抱Bào我Wǒ’ as a Lunar New Year Celebration

At Talk Tonight HQ, we are always banging on about artists going out of their comfort zone and doing something unexpected, our thinking being it will bring out the best in an artist. Rivita has gone out of her comfort zone with this Chinese inspired Asian-pop tune. Showing versatility as a singer, with the chorusContinue reading “Rivita Releases ‘那Nà就 Jiù抱Bào抱Bào我Wǒ’ as a Lunar New Year Celebration”

Jonny Ash – The Future of Indie Rock n’ Roll

What happens when the Manchester sway infects 4 rockers from North Wales, Wrexham? You get one of the most exciting upcoming bands in the scene! Jonny Ash, consisting of brother Dan (Bass) & Callum (Frontman) Gaughran, Peter Roberts (Lead Guitar) and Mike Jones (Drummer) add to their existing singles ‘We Are The People’ and ‘BoysContinue reading “Jonny Ash – The Future of Indie Rock n’ Roll”

‘Everything’s Electric’ for LG

Released 4th February, Liam Gallagher has offered up his lasted solo track since his 2020 single ‘All You’re Dreaming Of’. Although it perhaps does not fulfil the desire for a chaotic, ostentatious song craved for by his bucket-hat-wearing, flare-lighting fans, ‘Everything’s Electric’ is undoubtedly the artist’s best solo track to date. What is interesting aboutContinue reading “‘Everything’s Electric’ for LG”

Jamie Webster: The man Taking on the Tories Through his Lyrics

This week Jamie Webster released his second album ‘Moments’ following on from his successful debut album ‘We Get By’. His debut album, covered heavily by us here at Talk Tonight, had a theme throughout of politics and the Tory government. Lyrics such as “sick and tired of the bad news stories, sick and tired ofContinue reading “Jamie Webster: The man Taking on the Tories Through his Lyrics”