Upstream #44 Live Music Show Premiered Tonight!

Upstream Edition 44 premiered tonight at 8pm UK Time on Trust The Doc TV!
It’s an hour of the hottest new music with live clips and videos presented by Neil March of Fresh on the Net and Trust The Doc Media.

There are some great videos by some great artists! Watch back and read the comments in the chatroom. The video for my latest song “Never Let You Go” is featured too!

Upstream Edition 44 features music and interviews by the following artists:

@ChrisALM1

@SharonLazibyrd

@LostChimes

@ievadubova

@fetokaki

@HugsarY

@MusicOfSoundUK

@dazetheband

@mstrstmsc

@smallhaus_sound

@nickhaeffner

@MariDangerfield#ThePGs

@seanohaganmusic

@Kiffie8

@liverpoolsynth

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New Age Mistrust Remix is out on Spotify…

My new single “New Age (Mistrust Remix)” – a collaboration with Australian touring musician Rob.V is out on Spotify and all major music streaming platforms. The song was released on November 19th, 2021, and is already generating some interest and getting airplay on some online radio stations. You can buy or stream the song here on Bandcamp and Spotify!

Rob and I would love to get some feedback on the song, and hope you can all help spread the word about the song!

Lately, I’ve Been Thinking it’s a New Age

Can you hear me?

The Rain is Falling.

Lately, I’ve been thinking…..

It’s a New Age.

New Age

These are some of the lyrics from “New Age”, by Australian singer/songwriter “Rob V.” I knew Rob’s music through a family connection (we’re sort of related) and was interested to hear his new album “Illusions” when it was released in late 2020. A lockdown album, written and produced in a remote setting in Western Australia.

Rob’s from Australia. He has been been a touring musician for over 20 years, known predominately for his guitar work with 43Cambridge & lead vocals/guitar in Dig The Dust. Although he has 6 original albums under his belt, the album ‘Illusions’ is his debut solo release.

Having remixed a song by a band in Australia (Ivory Towers by Deep Fried Dub) amongst the many other official remixes I’ve done – I thought that one or two songs on “Illusions” were sonically similar to the “Mistrust” swirly, downtempo sound, and would maybe suit a “Mistrust remix”.

I contacted Rob about the idea of a remix, and we first began shooting ideas via email mid-year in 2021 and it was obvious to both of us that this was a good fit. Rob.V was keen for me to take the reigns and creatively take it to another place. I worked on the track for probably longer than I normally do on a remix, and couldn’t quiet get my ideas to fit. However, in late September, it all seemed to fit together. The result has led to what can be described by what Rob calls a “cool British dub/reggae/downbeat spin on the original moody lockdown track”.

Worldwide Release!

“Rob V – New Age (Mistrust Remix)” will have a worldwide release on November 19, 2021, on all major download platforms.

You can hear a preview of “New Age (Mistrust Remix)” – and see a promo video – at the top of this page or via my Youtube channel or watch on Rob’s channel too.

Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music

Click this link to Pre-save and add “Rob V – New Age (Mistrust Remix)” to your music library on Spotify, Deezer, and Apple Music.

“Rob V – New Age (Mistrust Remix)” will also be available on Bandcamp from November 19, 2021.

Note to Editors, Reviewers, DJs, Presenters, Radio show hosts…

Please help us to promote “Rob V – New Age (Mistrust Remix)” by playing the song on your show, giving it a review, or generally spreading the word about it! If are an music-reviiew website editor, reviewer, DJ, presenter, radio show host, please message us via the contact form (“Leave a Reply”) on this page for Bandcamp download codes and our EPK.

Of Cabbages and Kings and Charley

Old Public Information films and my songs. Well, my remixes actually. Here’s a video I made for my remix of Khartomb’s Cabbage & Kings, using and edit from “Charley’s March of Time”, a British Public Information film from 1948 by Halas and Batchelor.