Features | February 2023 (2)

Dom Malin

Dom Malin
Photo credit: Taylor Olson

Birmingham-based Dom Malin is a singer-songwriter who creates music that combines elements of indie folk with folk rock pop that is soothing and simple to listen to. Malin has proven to have undeniable talent ever since he wrote his first song, and many people in the music industry are aware of his abilities. He has received support from a variety of sources, in addition to being featured as the artist of the week on BBC Introducing Lincolnshire. Malin’s ability to craft music that is both intriguing and alluring comes from his ability to draw inspiration from the world around him.

Dom Malin’s most recent song, titled “All I Know,” was made available for streaming on January 27. The lyrics “down by the river, she calls to a saint” were the impetus for the writing of this song. As a result of a conversation he had with a buddy, he imagined that someone close to him would pass away due to issues with their mental health. Because of this, he was able to investigate the movements, thoughts, and restlessness that become characteristic of a person experiencing profound sorrow.

This track was fun to listen to, however, it was missing a few key elements. For example, I think it would be nice to hear additional instruments in addition to the great vocal arrangement and acoustic guitar that are already present. I’d love it if the song featured an instrument like a trumpet or a violin. Please leave a comment and a like below telling me what you thought of this single release and what your opinions are, as I would love to hear what you have to say about it!

I would recommend this album to anyone who likes Ben Howard or other independent folk musicians. If you enjoyed the track, kindly follow the artist and click the “like” button below.

Dash Hammerstein

Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Dash Hammerstein is known for his unique blend of art rock and bedroom pop in his music. The music of Roxy Music, The Kinks, Ween, Brian Eno, and a great number of other artists have had significant influences on Dash. He contributed to the score of a number of documentaries that were released in recent years, one of which was Beautiful Baby, which had its debut at Sundance.

Dash presented his most recent single, titled “Silent, Memories,” on February 10th of this year. This is the first single to be released from his upcoming album, which will be an expansive and naturalistic collection of songs that were written in collaboration with a wide variety of artists. The songs themselves are a peculiar combination of a wide range of musical styles. The song is influenced musically by Brian Eno in addition to the Beach Boys.

In addition to being very revitalizing, this tune reminds me of a cross between Shakey Graves and the Beach Boys. I really like this track since it has a fresh take on an old classic sound, and I really hope that there will be more songs in the future that sound like this one. I would appreciate it if you could click the “like” button and leave a comment below telling me what you think about this song. Thank you.

Fans of Shakey Graves and other alternative folk musicians from the independent scene might be interested in this. If you enjoy what you hear, please comment “like” and follow at the bottom of this page.

Molly Warburton

Molly Warburton, an indie pop singer-songwriter from Lancashire, has a level of determination and personality that is unmatched in the business. Her tough exterior is at odds with her soft, fragile heart, making for an interesting mix that shines brightly across her growing range of skills. The young musician began participating in a number of tournaments when he was just ten years old and then went on to study music.

Her most recent single, titled “Gravity,” was released not too long ago. Her personal experiences as well as her passion for music served as sources of motivation for the new track. She had lately been going through a period in which she felt incredibly uninspired to perform or write new music, and she was on the verge of falling out of love with it when she penned the song. But, once she became aware of what she had accomplished and grown into as a result of her involvement in music, she discovered new sources of energy, new sounds, and a renewed passion for her work.

I like the way that this music was produced, and I also like the voices that were used. At the transition from the verses to the chorus, I think the song would benefit from having its lyrics spoken at a little faster tempo. This would make the chorus more memorable. I would appreciate it if you could click the “like” button and leave a comment below regarding your thoughts on this song.

If you appreciate Sylvan Esso and other artists who play indie pop, then you’ll probably enjoy this song as well. If you appreciate what you hear, kindly follow this channel and give it a “like” in the section below.


LEA THE LEOX is an artist from Los Angeles who is hard to put in a box. She is proud of the authenticity of her songwriting and her ability to reimagine traditional melodies to make songs that cross genre lines. In the Los Angeles and Chicago metropolitan areas, people are talking about her live shows. During her early releases, she was in a lot of magazines, including Creator’s Club, Fashionably Early, Modern Nation, and a lot of others.

Her most recent collaboration with ObieIII, titled “When You’re Lonely,” was released as a single on January 25. This track, which describes a story of betrayal, reflection, and overcoming, sets the tone for her debut extended play, which is titled “Purpose.” LEA was written to mourn a love that was unrequited, and it does an excellent job of conveying the anguish that one feels when they are taken advantage of.

I think the music is good, but I’d want to hear more feeling put into it. It’s cool that she’s incorporating a lot of different styles into her music, but I think there has to be a stronger emphasis on feeling as well. The music video has some beautiful colors and graphics, but I wish there was more of a narrative to go along with it. I have a lot of different feelings about this release as a whole, but I can’t wait to hear more from LEA. It would mean the world to me to know what you think, so if you enjoyed it and have something to say about it, please leave a comment below.

I would recommend this single to anybody who is a fan of Iman as well as other alternative and independent musicians. If you enjoy what you hear, please comment “like” and follow at the bottom of this page.


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