The rock and blues fires out at you, as naturally and genuinely as possible. The guitar work is sensational, as is the thickness of those drums.
The melodic pattern of distorted heaviness is ever present, and it draws you in – the raw and addictive energy is alive and kicking.
Lyrically expressive in a complex and poetic manner, thoughts outside of the box, expressed with genuine depth and emotion.
The music gets into your mind and relaxes you, filling your head with beautiful imagery and reflective thoughts and ideas.
This particular collection of songs works so extremely well as an entity, as a whole piece of art – the way we used to think of the idea of an album.
The music of Me And My Two Horses gives the feeling you’re listening to something by someone who has a completely unique & beautiful view of the world.
Seduced by the emotion of the broken down vocal & simplicity of the musicianship – a sublime level of talent, the sheer power of songwriting & passion.
The Fantastic Quest is the brilliant new album from indie rock trio Underlined Passages. The project won’t be released until April, but we bagged an early copy and can officially confirm it will be well worth the wait. Here’s what we made of it. Calamine kicks off the album, and musically – it’s everything we used to love … Continued
Bloom is the soulful new EP from Tolu Salako; it’s one that fuses extensive experience and passion in singing, with a well traveled, emotional and reflective songwriting style. Tolu Salako sings about optimism and the good things in life. It’s exactly the kind of music we need more of, those positive vibes, those joyful beats … Continued
A pretty big sounding band – big songs, good vibes, electro pop with all the best parts of indie rock thrown in. Synth style choruses reminiscent of the early days of The Killers, but a little gentler, perhaps – a more accessible lead vocal, someone you’re more inclined to feel like you know, more likely to … Continued
There is something unequivocally honest and real about this EP. It feels familiar, yet nothing is quite as you’d expect. The calm and seductive introduction to Splendor & Hoax gives nothing away about what will follow. The track builds and builds with every line, instead of the usual verse to chorus layout. It fits well, and it … Continued
On first listen, it’s electro-pop, fused with 60’s melodies; which is cool, nothing particularly groundbreaking, but sounds pretty awesome. Then a lyric catches your attention, and then another, and suddenly you find yourself watching the video three times in a row to actually make sure you’ve not got the wrong end of the stick. There’s … Continued