Mahogany is a true master of the mic, raising the roof when needed and bringing things right back to base for those more reflective moments of humanity.
Recorded on a TEAC 4-track tape machine back in the eighties, Bad Dream celebrates immersive, purposeful songwriting and production, with a multi-layered and dreamy array of synth-led original songs.
Contemplation and calm guide us with subtle pace and colour, as Not A Soul wraps its comforting yet intriguing arms around us.
Standing tall on the strength of intention and eclecticism combined, alternative rock outfit Lokella promise to engage and energise, with their deeply human and musically powerful album As We Unravel.
life worth living is an important collection, in short- not merely because of its underlying intention, but because the music celebrates both freedom of expression and professionalism in the artistic production realm.
Remembrance and celebration unite as lifelong songwriter and musician garden on a trampoline delivers an extended album of originals, crafted across 30 years of musicianship.
After a fifteen-year hiatus from the audio scene, EL Capitan V-Man encapsulates an unrelenting love for the artform, and celebrates the joyful escapism of music in all of its euphoric glory.
Seductive live jazz captures a moment in time, as Ben Freidkin delivers the extensive instrumental project Trial & Error.
Lochlan Shaw sets the mood and elevates listeners from the outset, as his boldly bright and energising new project A Part Of Me Will Always Be You pours onto the scene.
Strength of songwriting and band-unity stand tall from the outset, as alt-rock fourpiece Circle Creek hit the scene with their energising new project The World Is On Fire.
Appreciating the roots of the genre with a fierce yet crisp rock guitar sound – Tomorrow’s Fate kick off their new album on a nostalgic high.
Monti Korbelle has a style and runs with it, thus each track genuinely feels like a fearless exploration of a particular time or series of emotions.