Channelling the calmness & depth of folk, with subtly doubled vocals and a simple build-up from acoustic guitar through mildly electronic weight & warmth, Life and Light connects for its melodic embrace & rising sense of passion alike.
Superb acoustic guitar work guides us into this stylish alternative folk album from artist and songwriter Nate Newburn.
Stunning, in short – a completely unique take on contemporary songwriting & performance, with a level of theatre & imaginative art that proves distinctly gripping, and increasingly likeable with each revisit to the song.
Celebrating ten years since its original release, Isabel & The Whispers re-capture the depth & creativity of their single Dot To Dot, and release it complete with a fresh set of visuals crafted in honour of the celebration.
Come Home explores precisely what the title implies – many of us have lost our sense of home, and with it, perhaps our sense of self. The more intently you listen, the more strongly the ideas connect & even enlighten.
Not even reaching the two-minute mark, Closure is as concise and heartbreaking as its title implies.
Peaceful, occasionally unsettling, provocative, and understanding of the complexities of the human experience. Contemporary poetry and music at its most raw and honest.
Manchester’s Paul Oska showcases the very best of his original songwriting, scene-setting and unique vocal prowess, with this brand new EP entitled So Long, My Lonely Ghost.
Musically beautiful, conceptually fascinating and often notably provocative. The wordplay and the framing of ideas is consistently impressive, occasionally phenomenal.
From the climate to social justice, history, health, war, refugees, pointlessness, by way of undeniable Gypsy-folk prowess & lashings of addictive, memorable melodies.
Ben Stout fronts the deeply atmospheric, contemplative project Memory Sphere, offering up an album of original songs and compositions that prove powerfully immersive, emotive, and a pleasure to escape within.
Sometimes things get intimate, other times they stand back and stare at the world, attempting to deliver an explanation.