Leading with superb production and strong songwriting right the way through, Projext’s single Dreams introduces an artist who ticks a whole lot of boxes in the pop world.
Creating from a uniquely unpredictable musical catalogue, writing from a place of calm and contemplation alike, Kid Lava’s Eternal Darkness Vol 1. is an EP that fits well amidst the current hip hop landscape.
Toronto’s INNR CIRCLE sets the mood with ease as the organic and exotic guitar picking of Waves pours seductively into the room. Soon enough though, things change direction entirely.
Softly combining the gorgeous organic tones of strings, guitar and banjo in a traditional folk manner, Wayne Sharkey’s poetic songwriting and depth of tone shine beautifully on his new single We’re Not Free.
The sixteen-track collection moves through industrial layers of rhythm and unrecognizable audio intricacies, creating dark, often unsettling arenas of sound, which offer a sort of theatrical deep-dive into the mind-set of a person lost in struggle.
Blissfully soulful vocals and sublime production intricacies unite to craft engaging, emotive soundscapes throughout Alvin’s brand new EP Seven Oaks.
Reflecting on regret, having let someone go who you perhaps shouldn’t have, Maini Sorri’s new single Through Teary Eyes could be the perfect accompaniment to much of the longing & melancholy that is swamping many an isolated individual’s heart at present.
Uniquely blending softly atmospheric, ambient sound design, with organic acoustic guitar picking, and long-form, RnB-style vocal melodies, Freddie Bourne crafts an alternative pop sound and style all of his own with this new EP.
Perhaps one of the most aptly named bands of the year, Pistols At Dawn kick in with vastly atmospheric yet gritty rock classics, which work hard to embrace and transport listeners to intense new plains.
Five original tracks, dedicated to offering the depth of musical escapism & thoughtful, soulful performance. LENAR leads with a clearly contemplative nature, and the gentle ambiance & soulful, expressive delivery speaks volumes on behalf of this.
The Harmalators are back this month with a pair of singles and videos that stay true to their classic, nostalgic and even vintage pop-rock sentiments.
The artwork for this project actually suits the dreamy, immersive vibe of the music perfectly well. You get lost in this fullness and calm, and your mind is suddenly free to wander in a fearless and soothing way.