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Tom Auton- Stay (Single review)

Words by Anselm Anderson Tom Auton is a 19-year-old singer/ songwriter prodigy from Cardiff, Wales. Tom started learning guitar and piano at the age of 9, which has played a large part in his music writing. If that is not all, he won two national first-place awards at "Open Mic UK ( 2014) and " Future Music UK Song Writing Competition a year later. Tom made his breakthrough by breaking into Fender's top Ten undiscovered artists' list, which is an achievement for someone so young.  He now releases his second EP ' Big Glass Little Bowl ',  a follow-up to a highly successful debut. Tom's next single Stay  has all the swagger and bravado to be a hit. The overall bluesy sound supplements the hubris of the star's lyrical content about a song  I believe is about falling for the wrong woman. The simple guitar lines stretch and squeal along to the star's cool vibe. His vocals are not too flashy but are suited to a simple electric acoustic song like

Monky Fighters- She From Keg ( Single Review)

Monkey Fighters describe themselves as "   Presidents of the Stone Age, or Queens of the USA". This quirky statement underlies the band's energy and strong personality that comes from a band starting off. The Bristol-based group was originally formed in 2003. However, the band soon disbanded after releasing an EP, amid a few lineups changes with drummers. They have now returned with a re-recording of those tracks and recently released their debut single  " She from Tiny Keg ", which was initially published at the tail end of last month via all good digital platforms and streaming services. Monkey Fighters play alternative- grunge- prog rock with an extra dose of Punk added to the mix.   If this doesn't pique your interest, the opening riff will whet your appetite. The combination of an edgy bassline and the opening chords of the crunchy guitar riff will instantly keep you hooked. The track manages to sustain this high-tempo riff throughout over the steady

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