Features | March 2023 (3)


Sheffield-based Cobbler is an alternative pop musician who mixes electronic pop with art pop. He is not only a musician but also a producer and remixer.

On March 24th, Cobbler released his third album, Songs, Delayed, on all streaming platforms. Unlike his other albums, Cobbler took advantage of singing in this album. He wrote most of these songs in his twenties when all he dared to dream about was that he might make a living from his music. The reason why these songs were delayed was because of his lack of self-confidence to get these songs public.

The album is full of dream pop songs that are a touch of spacey. However, I want Cobbler to showcase his vocals more vulnerably; in other words, I would like her less spacy music. I would love to hear what you think of this album, so please let me know what you think by leaving a like and comment.

I would compare Cobbler to the likes of electronic dream pop musicians, such as Vin Bogart. If you like what you hear in this album, then please like and follow the links below.


Photo credit: Margot Pierson

Giu is a Nashville-based that is alternative pop and rock pop musician. In her words, music gave her a voice and helped her express who she was. As someone who has dealt with the inability to speak in social situations (AKA selective mutism), she can convey a whole spectrum of emotions without words, which made music fascinating to her.

On March 10th, the Nashville musician released her newest single, Lover’s High. The song was written to make you question your bad habits. The piece focuses on the problematic parts of a new, queer relationship and how it can quickly become codependent.

Giu has a beautiful voice, and it deserves more recognition than it has. The production is well done, and I love the guitar sampled in the song. I would love to hear this song played in a live venue. I would love to hear your thoughts on this song, so please leave a like and comment below with your thoughts.

I would compare Giu to musicians such as Coco Vieno and other female vocalists. If you like what you hear, then please like and follow the links below.


Photo credit: Stephanie Pehar

Tali is a Toronto-based singer-songwriter who mixes commercial pop with contemporary pop. She is inspired by the musicians her mom helped her discover in elementary school, like Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, Leonard Cohen, and many others.

On February 24th, she released her most recent single, One Of A Kind. The song is the first acoustic in a series of upcoming versions. The single has a unique and distinctly talented singing voice, and she crafted words well into what she aims to be a timeless creation.

I would love to know more about this captivating song, as I need more information about the backstory. However, this single captivates me, and I look forward to hearing more from Tali because her sound is very refreshing. If you like the single, then please leave a like and comment below with your thoughts.

I would compare Tali to Ruth B and other female art-pop musicians. If you like what you hear, please follow the links below.


London-based Bonze is a male vocalist who mixes industrial experimental and art pop rock. He spends his days working as a trained psychotherapist, and these themes permeate his music. His singles have been featured by Porsche in a short film, on the catwalk of London Fashion Week, and in magazines such as Clash, Rolling Stone (India), and others.

Today, Bonze released his newest single, Obliterate Me. Written and produced by Bonze, the single is a mashup of the dance music and rock/songwriting genres that have influenced his sound. In his words, the song is about the part of him that is destructive, that will do anything not to feel negative emotion or deep pain.

The intro to the song reminds me of Nine Inch Nails, gritty and with a sound in your face. The music continues on this NIN path, just like Tali is refreshingly exciting. So far, I like Bonze’s release that I have heard, which adds to that remarkable collection. If you like what you hear, then please leave a like and comment below with your thoughts.

I recommend NIN fans check out this banging brand-new single. Please like and follow the links below if you enjoy what you hear.


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