This album comes as a genuine & welcome surprise, the detail & complexity of the project in its entirety is stunning. A rare & perfectly well presented concept album, this is undeniably fresh & hugely impressive.
An artist who sees beauty in imperfections. His work presents listeners with uniquely genuine, unprocessed creative expression, complete with the very sound of his fingers hitting the keys.
A musician & songwriter bringing together elements from his Cuban & Colombian heritage, offering audiences smooth, uniquely creative songs that brightly showcase his vocal & musical abilities.
It’s easy to sit around & shit on what we don’t like about ‘mainstream’ Hip Hop, but I think that has more to do with jealousy in a lot of cases or even just subjectivity. Hip Hop is about self expression & personal truth.
A work of art, as close to cinematic as music gets, and without question an album that is quite incomparable and likely enjoyable for audiences with many different musical preferences.
The Back Seat Redemption sound is distinct & characterful. These four songs in particular really showcase their drive as creatives & their abilities as musicians & performers.
Statements about life & growing older have the potential to connect with all of us. It’s a universal topic, but it’s not commonly talked about in popular music. Matt Purcell has approached this in a beautiful way.
It lets you escape into the moment, has an overwhelmingly positive effect. Track Seven Band are pushing boundaries creatively & bidding farewell to traditional genre labels. This release showcases their passion & dedication to their craft.
The music industry has changed so much & most artists aren’t interested in creating full-length albums anymore. I believe that life & music is a journey told one song at a time, one chapter at a time. Satellites is our manifestation of that belief.
Supremely easy to chill out to, the insight is detailed & unique, a new artist to put your trust in for escapism. Musically you can also rely upon the playlist to calm you down at the right time.
This meeting of pop & trip-hop works gorgeously, the softly manic intro captures your attention, the spacious & reflective verses holds tight to it, then the hook explodes into life in a hugely compelling, mesmerising way.
There’s a lot of talk of the mind & the separation of the self & the world. This is likely to connect with a number of audiences. The unique nature of the music & the characterful sound of the leading voice help seal the deal.