The project ultimately reflects upon the role of the self, the weight of a life learning things through turmoil and blessing combined. There’s plenty to unpack lyrically, and fortunately the beauty and character of these four tracks allows for an easy re-entry to listen to time and again.
Coinciding with his first Celtic Christmas Tour in the UK, A Celtic Christmas compiled a diverse collection of classics and reimagined them entirely in the acoustic fingerstyle and folk realm.
The live and fairly raw sound of authentic indie songwriting captures attention from the outset, as Katie Brown releases her latest poetic outpouring, in the form of the melodically enchanting and imagery-laden Insomnia.
Perfectly timed to coincide with the new rise of nostalgic, soulful EDM anthems, the creative force that is Ibericanism launches the beautifully intoxicating, euphoric and catchy Dream Of You 2024.
Always resolving with the simplicity of a poetic and tuneful chorus, Space Meat falls somewhere between the likes of Courtney Barnett, Deftones and PJ Harvey, but makes sure to blend in a subtle twist of mainstream familiarity just in case.
An elusive artist, an image intertwined with the creative exploration of pain and joy and the unrelenting depth of human existence – Bad Bubble has carved out an unmistakable pathway within the modern music realm, and has done so without ever showing his face. Until now.
Ltronnika’s highly-anticipated new indie electronic journey brings a stream-of-consciousness melodic progression and delicate, nostalgic tones – Symphonic Dance creatively explores the intricacies and implications of its title, and in the process offers a uniquely structured, instrumentally unpredictable listen.
Pretend You finely captures the essence of existing somewhere between the familiar and the unknown – a quality apparent in both style and topic. The folk-esque freedom is refreshing, the guitar-play is stunning – and all the more impressive for its humble placing in the mix – and the songwriting is genuinely original.
Instantly likable, catchy and engaging, and beautifully dedicated to a young rockstar named Elton, People Like You is not only a soulful anthem to celebrate the wonder of life, but an evocatively personal look at the happiness one specific person has brought to our protagonist.
Masterfully capturing the essence of the holiday season, Jonathan Tanksley’s instrumental single Holiday Spirit sets the mood beautifully.
Smooth jazz softly allures, as Christina Qu introduces the beautifully original creativity of the sublime new single Bird Falling From The Sky.
Forever walking his own path creatively, D-BLOCH maintains a sense of going against the grain, but balances this with a clearly honed ear for what connects and what engages with listeners. LIKE THAT subtly blends genres, almost feeling like a dance floor-filler at its peak, and offers a relatable story in the process.