Bristol’s Ben Asante lays down a series of creative gems throughout the musically immersive, impressive and ambient Blossoms & Sorrows.
Dreamy production and emotive, breathy vocals guide us through a deeply contemplative, mood-setting Calling Out For Me from artist and songwriter RicoJayy.
EVOK was born of a shared passion for and vast experience with music in its many forms, and the tracks on this debut reflect that connection and love for the process perfectly well.
Things get more and more intense as the passion and speed of the images and ideas rise and rise. It’s clear this is something that lays heavy on the mind and the heart, as it does for most of us.
You’re on a journey, listening, but also weaving in your own memories and sense of nostalgia, of longing for the carefree days and considering the painful ache of regret all at once.
One for the metal purists – Tulsa’s 3Mind Blight delivers his heaviest single yet, with the boldly gritty, fast-paced and powerful REAPER.
Music and production to work with or to lose yourself within – Colby Keyz takes full command of the space with this album.
Introducing a captivating journey through colourful musicianship, experimental sound-play, and distant spoken word in the style of a documentary voice over.
A storyteller through and through, Letters From Suburbia proves himself to have the ideal name as an act – each song takes you somewhere new, both in mood and in subject.
The weight comes from the vocal tone, the sharp delivery, the varied flow and the equally sharp, smart arrangement of the bars.
“The Boog Show is all about growth and showing my audience that at the end of every episode of this show that I call my life, there’s always a positive outcome.”
Introducing a heartfelt catchy pop gem from Hannah Gold, Run Away imprints its softly infectious, soulfully delivered melody into the mind of its listeners with natural presence and purity.