Beautifully written, in short – honestly captured, lyrically relatable yet original and increasingly compelling. Perhaps his best work yet.
Always an artist of ability and purpose combined, Poland’s Ludwik Konopko takes listeners down a purely acoustic pathway, of refreshingly tuneful optimism and hypnotic stillness
Leading with the stripped-back presentation of that rhythmic guitar, amidst subtle flickers of additional fingerstyle notes, Leah’s voice softly guides listeners through the longing and imagery of the song.
Offering precisely what its title implies, Love Song to a Song openly celebrates the escapism that effective songwriting delivers to listeners – the way the mind wanders when the music really connects.
While there’s eclecticism to the overall lyrical presence, lines like ‘It’s time to flee’ bring home the poignancy and pain of the war, along with ‘rage fuels blame, desensitized, lives in flames’.
Creatively recrafting a pop classic, an enjoyable and authentically live ode to the original – all the more impressive on knowing the artist is just eight years old.
Melodically infectious and with a strong, exotic groove to match – James Robinson blends the sheer skill of acoustic fingerstyle, with the enchanting appeal of uplifting, memorable pop.
Musician and composer Ludwik Konopko leads with calm contemplation, throughout the enchanting and joyful Ana.
Proving increasingly likeable in their originality and expressive devotion alike, Poundshop Parka lead with acoustic fingerstyle and neo classical subtleties throughout the single Room.
Crafted with care and increasingly emotive as a result, Theo Blixth kicks off the EP THEODORE with the blissfully devoted sentiments and sound of a sublime title-track.
Delicate acoustic finger-picking and breathy vocal harmonies guide us hypnotically into the rise and fall of Mighty Mage’s new album.
“I hope people can recognize my pop sensibility in the writing, but also discover something completely new and different in my style.”