A fascinating and talented musician, artistically walking the line between the accessible mainstream & the ever-intriguing, thought-provoking alternative realms.
Introducing a songwriter with a clearly extensive background on the scene, Long Distance Line marks a huge step forwards as a solo artist, and showcases a fine level of musical skill and song-writing alike.
Emanating emotion from the outset, this aptly-titled new EP from artist & songwriter Itami quickly sets a deeply passionate, ambient & thoughtful mood.
All at once encapsulating the mood of the year, and offering a musically soulful, rhythmically smooth hit of escapism; with bold & beautiful vocals to lead us through the story-line.
Ambient hip hop with dreamlike production & emotive story-telling – Kilo takes on the sound of the moment in a refreshingly authentic, thoughtful way.
Experimental sound-design and a clearly emotive approach to musicianship unite beautifully throughout this ambient, immersive & deeply provocative journey that is Slightly Unhappy Constantly.
Stylishly uniting the fast-paced power-chords of pop-punk, with the melodic-rap tendencies of contemporary hip hop.
The band operate somewhere between the likes of Bad Religion & Papa Roach, but there’s a notably emotive, soulful core to their writing, and the sound has its own clear level of character.
Fresh from the dawn of punk and classic rock & roll, yet soulfully doused in a heavy hit of contemporary indie & the raw sound of Philadelphia…
Driving with a brilliantly free creative reach, Isaiah Mclaughlin’s second EP Revolution kicks into gear with an appropriate fusion of industrial rhythms and a notably contemporary vocal-tone and production finish.
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.