Capps loses himself in the moment with these songs, because, as the EP seems to explain, he lost a huge part of his life and his personality in experiencing the horrors of war.
Explosive guitar-work & heavy distortion meet with stylish riffs and a likeable level of space – conceptually & stylistically – as ARRAYS’ brand new album LIGHT YEARS pours into the room.
Slowly but surely the creative edge and personality of Soche, along with these gripping, deeply personal stories, shines with unquestionable brightness.
These feel like accompaniments to modern cinema or gaming, and rightly so given the collection was inspired by various theatre and dance projects.
Re-igniting the original strength & expression of doom metal, yet also introducing a band with fresh ideas, poetic framing, and powerful unity as musicians.
Alaska & Aurora have mastered the art of the space in which the song exists. Add in sublime vocals, poignant lyrics, striking imagery, and organic musical progressions that blissfully lighten the weight of the world, and this album proves an absolute highlight from the year so far.
STONE have a bold way with structuring their songs, creating dramatic realms around listeners – prompting strong interest in a live show, whilst injecting a much-needed level of escapism into the room.
The lyrics lean back & forth between regret & hope; the past and the future, ultimately balancing somewhere in limbo between mistakes & possibilities.
Bringing together the best of the dance & pop worlds alike, this stylish & immersive new EP from producer dopespace nine proves increasingly likable & musically impressive right the way through.
Taiwan’s 反覆墜落 Repeatdive return with a longer project of originals and a crisp, organic and emotive sound for this latest release.
Openly inspired by the haunting & melodic yet darkly poetic tones of Evanescence, Adelaide’s Matiah drives with equally expressive, smooth yet emotive vocals, and notably honest, passionate lyrics.
The sound a little unorthodox, and this comes to be a known trait of Aveli Amun – creative freedom, concept first, expression utilising whatever’s needed to make the point and set the mood.