Along with entrancing & frankly stunning performances, the songwriting is second to none, and the acoustic guitar work reflects & enhances the growing emotions in a perfectly fitting way.
Combining the best of folk, country, and a bit of pop, Darryl Morris has crafted a heart wrenching piece of art that is every bit melancholic nostalgia as it is empowering & self-affirming.
Feliks Divelli’s sound & songwriting style offer audiences poetic musical expression in its most purest form. A beautiful song, simple by design, honest, delicate, and gorgeously performed.
This underlying sense of joy & possibility goes from strength to strength. There are plenty of minutes of hypnotic rhythm, as well as freely meandering riffs that carry the story line as if you & it are one & the same; on the back of a surf board, riding the wave.
Countdown To Sunset is an artist who deals with a number of human emotions in a way that lays bare the truth of each thought or feeling – highlighting, in an authentically pure manner, the imperfections that make up a life.
The set up is simplistic, minimalist even. Occasionally the voice & guitar are supported by additional elements that really help brighten things up.
Full to the brim with heartfelt songwriting & seemingly effortless musicianship that is a pleasure to listen to. Well worth exploring.
A refreshing take on the concept of Christmas in music. Far from loaded with the sound of bells & excitement, this is incredibly personal & emotional.
Sometimes a good song is all that’s needed; nothing fancy or over the top to enhance the ideas – just the song, and a performance that means something.
Every element assists the music & emotion as they evolve. The voice rises in passion, the instrumentation intensifies, the lyrics become upfront & direct.
The pairing of the two vocals has a certain energy & feeling of togetherness. It makes you feel involved in the moment, an incredibly enjoyable effect.
The initial drop at one minute in is inspired. What follows is a hypnotic, impeccably original take on an absolute classic. So much individuality.