“Love is just a language we could never speak..” 

“We were trying to connect with those who often turn to a stranger’s bed to alleviate all the pressures of the contemporary world. People are often waking up next to someone they’ve just met, and almost living out a condensed relationship in a matter of hours. We wanted the listener to be in that room, with that feeling, in the song.”

I first saw this band last year at Wildfire Festival last year.. a small and fun festival in the woods just outside of London. A slightly drunk and friendly Jonny Taylor ambled passed my table with a smile beaming after his set, in the only music tent there. An add on Facebook and a year on (blink and you’ll miss it..) and out of the blue..(I’ve been posting a lot on Facebook about certain current topics) a bit of support of solidarity fell into my inbox. Gratefully received and much more pleasant than the porn I was receiving from strangers…(after my post about the tragic Grenfell Tower tragedy – I had a lot of adds coming from many different countries).

On the tail end of that Jonny mentioned what he was up to currently. His band; Montrell, consist of Jonny P Taylor, Danny Monk, Dave Persiva and Sam Delves and they came onto the London music scene with a sold out show at the Servant Jazz Quarters in Dalston in March (2016?). Their first EP has been released..(above) named ‘Morning’, a song which gets to grips with the idea of ‘disposable relationships’ (more on that later..)..

Influenced by artists ranging from George Harrison and Paul Simon to Foxygen, Cigarettes After Sex and Mac De Marco…the four-piece have been working on their sound in an underground Baker St studio…

Jonny P Taylor’s smooth yet vulnerable vocal sits on top of chorus-dowsed and brittle electric guitars, sitting somewhere in between Indie Pop and Psych Rock.

I love this song. I found it really beautiful to listen to. The mesh of both dark and light.. the loneliness of disconnection, the urge to connect paired with the beauty of story telling.. the self reflection of a sad story but a beautiful way to tell the story.

“The only one I know is in the mirror” .. I wonder how many people feel that.. and do we ever truly know anyone but ourselves…

Montrell play the main stage at ‘Smoked & Uncut’ festival in July.

To book them or for interviews please contact:

Have a great Monday y’all! This week I am going to educate myself on Tennis.. Andy Murray playing today..

Follow them on Spotify HERE

Best, BeckiBXx




This is pretty wonderfully soulful… from 20 year old Alex Burey – a producer/multi-instrumentalist from South London specialising in psychedelic soul.
This is ohDearyme introducing ‘Waiting On Tomorrow’, his brand new single released on 4th September 2015.  Lovely stuff.

Becki Bx



ohDearyme would like to introduce the new single from Martyna Wren’s debut album ‘The World Can Wait’ which is due to be released late spring. Entitled Al Capone’s Girl – the tune is a breezy introduction to the British Jazz & Vintage singer – and the videos’ pretty slick too. 

For more details on Martyna check out her website HERE or tweet her some love @martynamusic




Brixton based Death and the Penguin have announced the release of their debut EP Accidents Happen which is to be released on May 5th through Best Before Records and features the debut single ‘Strange Times(featured above) and also the track ‘Snuffed Out’.

Listen to Snuffed Out:

DEATH AND THE PENGUIN are: Tobias Smith (Vocals, Guitar); Christopher Olsen (Guitar, Keyboard, Vocals); Andrew Acred (Bass Guitar, Keyboard, Vocals); and Timothy Brennik (Drums, Percussion, Vocals).

TOUR DATES:  28.03.14 Old Blue Last, London 02.04.14 Nice N Sleezy’s, Glasgow 03.04.14 Electric Circus, Edinburgh 04.04.14 The Market Inn, Ayr 10.04.14 Oakford Social Club, Reading 24.04.14 Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London

For their facebook like them HERE 

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This just landed in my inbox… from New England, America… this is Jep Roadie or JproD

I try to base my music off of my lifestyle, feelings, experiences with the hopes that someone out there can relate. I pride myself on keeping it real in my music. I get inspiration from all different genres, all different cultures, all different feelings. You get a sense of that less than halfway through my songs. It’s 2013, it’s time to keep it trill, time to be yourself, time to get amped. I’m kited. Hold the Throne. It’s that #TrifeLife

Follow his tweets at@IamJproD


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