Bringing things back to the bare essentials, an ever-recognisable Alex Genadnik takes on a 1959 piece by Bulat Okudzhava, and delivers a beautifully acoustic rendition that warms the soul.
Heartfelt by design and with musicianship as emotive and thoughtful as the lyrics, Anthony Hemsey’s single Just Fine sets the mood with poetic reflection and a simple rising soundscape.
Somehow immediately recognisable as Carnival Mind, the simplicity and brightness of a live acoustic guitar, strummed with clear passion for what lies ahead – 5am is the band’s latest earworm…
Acoustic delicacy of both poetic depth and style pours through with familiarity and honest intentions, as Melbourne singer and songwriter Coconut Shy releases the beautifully organic Water, Water.
Songwriting professional Alex Genadnik takes on yet another interesting perspective, for his latest acoustic folk-pop journey, the long-form melodic and historically-rooted MICHELANGELO.
Organic instrumentals and cleanly-mixed, dreamy live vocals introduce the haunting yet intimate sound of songwriter and artist Downcutting Streams.
Delicate acoustic finger-style introduces the intimate and deeply moving new lullaby from The Duke Western.
Growing Pains hits with a Cranberries-esque haunting vocal presence, and progresses with emo-rock verses that build beautifully towards the lingering question; ‘am I bitter, or just feeling better?’
Blissful acoustic delicacy of tone and recording pour through as Denver guitarist and producer Royce DeZorzi introduces his sublime new instrumental album.
What begins as a mildly mysterious, alluring soundscape, soon progresses to offer the high-octane bounce of a festival favourite ready and waiting.
Just in time to round off the summer beautifully, the unmistakable Carnival Mind return to light up things up in their authentically raw, unedited and honest way, with the wonderful single Remember.
Enchanting from the outset, blending delicacy and passion by way of acoustic fingerstyle and soaring electric solo-work.