It’s a simple song, but it works – everything is on point – effective riffs, minimalism, realness, fun; the makings of a smooth hit are there. A great song and one with a fairly timeless quality.
This is less about genre, more about artistry – creativity and music intertwined and heading wherever the moment takes them.
Lukas Pawluk’s album High Seas introduces an eclectic range of collaborations & sees the artist wander creatively through various sub-genres of rock & metal – all the while leading with beautifully poetic, compelling songwriting. This is defiantly a collection worth revisiting again & again..
Released on international women’s day of this year, Supernova deals with relationship trauma head on – showcasing the abused directly addressing their abuser, and paying a mighty tribute to the me too movement of recent years.
A must for hip hop fans who crave the presence of something intentional and truthful, with unquestionable skill and a natural passion for the art form.
There’s a slightly darker edge here – the effects, the various details and layers help really take this somewhere grittier; somewhere edgy and a little more deeply rooted in the resentment that the song speaks on.
The sort of alternative, unexpected pop hit that listeners will take as their own – the kind of song you’re drawn to and naturally assume was written for purely you.
True Love is a stunner, nostalgically rooted in the warmth of classic indie rock, but also glowing with its own sense of honesty and emotion; something that pours through thanks to heartfelt and quickly impressive songwriting.
Doug Ferony and his big-band sound are one of a kind at present, and this single is the perfect starting point for those who are new to his music or who are seeking out that authentic, historically rooted yet fresh and colourful jazz and swing aura.
Jay Spangler has written a retro yet classic tune for his latest single I Don’t Get You At All. Though it’s something of a grower, the track quickly manages to impress with its long-form melody and exploration of that central concept.
YHN Hammertime ticks a lot of boxes in terms of the sound of contemporary hip hop, offering melody and relatable ideas – along with character and familiarity all at once.
There’s depth & intention to the song – as was the way with punk-rock back during the dawn of the genre; the songs were there to rebel against societal ‘normality’. Conscious lyrics were reinforced by emotional & striking performances that were clearly connected to the words at hand. That’s precisely what you get here. FUCK THIS NOISE is an absolute anthem.