Because there just isn’t time to give everything we receive a full write up MiD aims to catch the best of the rest, give it a brief mention and point you to a place where you can discover the music yourself and make your own mind up.

Love You, I    Minx

45494876_910464189143681_3909126383523069952_nMINX is a female MC from the UK who’s been working back and forth between her native London and NYC, real name Madeleine Dunbar, she’s an extremely talented rapper, singer and song writer and she put out this over the Christmas period. Her latest release ‘Love You,I’ is her take on the ups and downs of a modern relationship, think Lily Allen and Monie Love having a party with Lauryn Hill and you’re half way there. This is the sound of a young woman with a lot to say and this is her time to say it.

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Bats Fly Out From Under The Bridge –  Pilotcan

42647542_1828419923878448_1870798423112810496_nPilotcan release their first new material in fourteen years. Written almost entirely in Austin, Texas, it reflects the bands links to both the city and the people they know there. Recorded back in Scotland at Chem 19 studios, with producer Paul Savage, the album is their strongest collection of songs thus far. Post Rock instrumentals, Shoegaze melodies and Alt Rock influences collide to create an ambitious work of song and a celebration of lif


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Destination Void –  Wolf Counsel

file4Originally a brainchild of the 1990s WOLF COUNSEL finally came into existence in 2014 when two veteran musicians merged their enthusiasm for monumental lowtuned music and a great appreciation of heavy riffs into a new band. In 2018 the band wrote their fourth full-length within 4 months. “DESTINATION VOID” consists again of 7 new tracks that follow the path of Classic Epic Doom Metal with various haunting harmonies, sonic interludes and diversified arrangements throughout.

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