Iain is a young Scottish Singer Songwriter who is looking to break into the music industry. With a degree in music, Iain is a qualified musician having studied trumpet at the Royal Northern College of Music, graduating in 2015. With this knowledge Iain is a very versatile writer of music, but his trademark sound is a combination of Pop and Soft Rock with memorable melodic melodies.
“Don’t Let the Dream Die” was written in 2016 in support of Scottish Independence.
Iain will donate 100% of his proceeds earned from this song to the next official “Yes Scotland” campaign.
Peter & Sharon are a husband & wife folk duo from Lancashire UK. For many years they have been gigging around the folk and open-mic clubs accross the UK, performing a mixture of popular songs and a few of their own.
This Christmas song was written by the duo in 2013 but like the majority of their set it has never been recorded. Finally they decided to venture into the studio to make a single for general release. They are also donating 50% of the proceeds to raise funds for Pendle Hospice.
The début single from New Age Writer, a singer/songwriter based in Australia.
New Age writer normally has the kind of sound you’d expect from an established female vocalist on the acoustic/folk scene. This track was originally recorded with that expected acoustic guitar and vocal sound, but when she signed a deal with Wobbly Music, she asked if I could bring a new dimension to this song. This I did, with a quirky kind of arrangement that has proven quite popular in the UK in recent months. However, New Age Writer wasn’t convinced, and her friends all agreed that they prefered the original arrangement; the kind of sound that they were used to. But the proof of the pudding, as they say, came with its exposure on Jango.com where listeners who weren’t used to her usual kind of sound, voted with their fingers and gave us the highest percentage of new fans from this airplay than any of our previous releases managed to acheive.
BTW, the original guitar track is still prominent in the mix … but you probably wont recognise it!