Brendan McMahon strikes from the heart with this EP. Songs written from the perspective of a traveler, learning the ways of the world, the reality that stands in contrast with what we’re led to believe from afar.
There’s a lot about this that is fresh, which has value both creatively & in terms of being something music fans can take to when the old ways have grown too predictable.
Bobbie Harvey is a UK based singer & songwriter currently pushing the craft to the limits with a small collection of finely written, brilliantly performed releases.
A musician & songwriter bringing together elements from his Cuban & Colombian heritage, offering audiences smooth, uniquely creative songs that brightly showcase his vocal & musical abilities.
The Back Seat Redemption sound is distinct & characterful. These four songs in particular really showcase their drive as creatives & their abilities as musicians & performers.
Supremely easy to chill out to, the insight is detailed & unique, a new artist to put your trust in for escapism. Musically you can also rely upon the playlist to calm you down at the right time.
There’s a lot of talk of the mind & the separation of the self & the world. This is likely to connect with a number of audiences. The unique nature of the music & the characterful sound of the leading voice help seal the deal.
It feels like wholesome, meaningful music, and that makes it a total pleasure to have play for you. A stunning collection, a definite must for fans of Americana & all of its sub-genres.
Route 358 are a magnificent band, the music is so pure & yet so entrancing at every step. Their songwriting is at the top of its game. An unmissable playlist to see you through so many evenings or long drives home.
The originality of the project has a definite series of threads that keep things relevant, though at no point can you get complacent. The band are doing their own thing and doing it well.
The compositions within this project are sensational. The detail is incredible, the emotions that come through hit with absolute impact. The music envelops you in drama, fear, hope, and possibility.
The further you get into the tracks, the more addictive the sound of his voice & the inherent realness of it becomes. You can’t ignore the realness.