Won’t Let Go is an unusual track, but it plays this card with confidence and style. There are sudden moments at which the beat falls away, laying bare a change in melody, a change in tone and passion, and these help elevate the song to greater plains.
Tipping its hat just slightly towards the likes of Audio Bullys, yet never leaning so far as to become overly energetic or loud, My Own Way breathes optimism and possibility into the room.
As it turns out, the Belle Sounds are aptly named, and I Lose Myself manages to sound both nostalgic and forward-looking whilst remaining very much its own entity.
Genre-busting in the way that only music with disparate influences can be, Optimist bears many repeat listens as you unwrap its sonic charms.
Contrasting big beats and a warm, synth-led soundscape, with the absolute delicacy of a higher-toned vocal lead, Las Olas proves as exotic and ambient as its title implies, and introduces Pariz Noir in a uniquely memorable way.
ALDEN GROVES drives with unstoppable creative passion on this latest project. Whatever you’ve heard from him before, Reality Check rightfully reignites a whole new vision of the artist at work.
This is still early days for Ramsey, but his voice has the tone and character to hit with unique impact, and the emotion he injects into every release offers a genuine moment of humanity and natural talent.
Kicking into gear with a deep house vibe, fine production and a nostalgically big bass-line, Marquette King blends genres in a stylish, unexpectedly addictive way with this single.
When the song’s hook hits it initially feels like a Fleetwood Mac moment, later tipping its hat to the songwriting style of The Cranberries – the warmth of this sudden arena of instrumental layers, the rise up to these passionate vocals, this melody.
Continuing to outwardly revel in the joy of songwriting and composition, Gliffo creates waves once more with his third original single.
Celebrating the power of collaboration, the strength of more minds than one, working in unison – Hooyoosay introduces an elusive and ever-changing group of musicians with a shared passion for creativity.
What a refreshing route to take when compared the glaringly obvious cliches presented by much of modern pop. Interludes and misdirection aplenty. The mind of the artist invites you inside.