From the smooth seduction of Essence and the equal skill and sublimity of Signed Sealed Delivered, the mighty hip hop duo Lifeline and Scoob Rock finally deliver their highly-anticipated full-length album – and it’s every bit of conscious depth and musical bliss you could hope for. Storytellers by nature, poetic and purposeful as they meander … Continued
This release does indeed promise to deliver a soaring and satisfying hour-plus of Rock’n’Roll For The Soul. Not purely distortion and energy, but warmth, skilled musicianship, thoughtful and heartfelt lyrics – everything the soul craves from audio escapism and human connection.
Creatively eclectic to its core, the new album from Pennsylvania songwriter Monti Korbelle encapsulates freedom of play and curiosity of concept.
The album as an artform, true rock as a force of undying escapism, plus lyrical sensitivity – it’s a rare combination, but Edge have captured the essence of all of this, with the superb new album Latency, Vol. 1.
Throughout twenty tracks we’re blessed with lashings of neo-electro sounds and captivating melodies, strong grooves and seductive lyrical journeys. The set can be pieced together like pages of an enchanting story – within which a plethora of individually enthralling tales and ideas relating to technology and love; to AI and humanity – to the static and the silence, all feature.
Lifting the mood of the room with their organic country musicianship and catchy, relatable songwriting, The Cow Cats kick off their latest album of originals, with the quirky and memorable song Thirsty University.
Florida songwriter and artist Luanne Hunt compiles the warmest examples of her thoughtful style and the impressive evolution of her writing, with the wonderful seven-track album Miles & Memories.
Loaded with solos and strong basslines, everything from the live crash of the drums to the vocal harmonies and hooks promises an anthemic rock project of timeless warmth and optimism.
The fullness of each track is fantastic, organic and powerful, reinforcing the theatrical, circus-like sentiments of The Carousel in a humble yet fitting way. The talent on show is unrivaled, the songs capture a level of magic that’s refreshing to immerse yourself within.
Encompassing contrast of both the scenic and sonic, Tony Venuto takes listeners through a fresh realm of indie alternative expression, for the album City and Sand.
Means of Control is superb, a brilliant listen, enjoyable at first and later thought provoking, with some new quality or idea pouring through with greater poignancy on each revisit. Nobody else quite brings together genres in such a likable way, and especially not with so much concept and consciousness intertwined.
Riff-strong rock and roll with a clear Americana twist of authenticity – Supertanker kick off their new album Broiler with a sublime and anthemic title-track, and proceed to connect with equal parts skill and substance throughout.