Sad But True is a truly artistic and consistently impressive release that creates its own rules and flows with the natural rhythm of these as it pours through. Lahana’s voice and his style of writing are fast becoming easily recognisable traits within an otherwise overly familiar music world. Creative freedom and identity unite to stunning results.
Contrast is utilized well throughout this song, there are indeed instances of peacefulness and folk purity, but these are more often than not followed up by those which strike as a little darker.
Jenkins’ writing style takes you through the many experiences of life – the successes, the regrets, the little things that light up an average day. When combined with such a genuine and real-time folk-rock sound this lets the songs connect in an honest way.
The Conscious Kid and Lael collaborate to impressive results with this latest single release. Having amassed 13,000 streams on Spotify in just three weeks, The Conscious Kid is well on his way to building a lasting career for himself, and That Light is a superb representation of the degree to which this rings true. That Light is an … Continued
Love Ghost are fast becoming one of the most interesting and engaging rock bands to emerge during this re-igniting of the genre. Nothing speaks more in favour of that than this latest single.
That classic pop-rock aura stands tall throughout, and the way the band have structured this release undoubtedly pays tribute to the finer hits of yesteryear.
The pop-rock bounce of the finished track is a classic pleasure to listen to. The song has a great hook that stays with you for quite a while after listening.
Offering contemporary portraits of five female biblical figures – the video is as haunting as it is compelling, and the music in line with this helps make certain you walk away knowing you’ve experienced something.
CAVEPARTY have released a stunning new anthem, aptly entitled Beautiful. The song makes for a classic indie rock experience that builds up from quiet contemplation to absolute passion and energy throughout its three and half minute lifespan.
Be There makes for a likable and thoughtful introduction to his work, but it also effectively presents a level of identity that listeners are likely to recognise throughout future releases.
In a world full of regurgitated instrumentals and ideas designed to keep things on the level, White Owl Red are here to offer authenticity and an undeniably human approach to artistry.
Being rightfully unafraid to take control of the track and work as a master over the soundscape, the artist needs only the strength of his bars, the memorable rhythm of that hook and the title concept, and precisely this kind of laid-back level of confidence in order for the music to leave its mark.