Headphones on, volume up – the whole thing works its magic with intimacy and realness in an upfront, fairly addictive manner.
An electronic dream, ambient and poetically uplifting – Menes Rebazzar Kedar balances realism with optimism on this beautifully complex, eclectic new album.
An acoustic strum, an arrangement of voices, that raw, unedited presentation – you know the sound, and you trust it to offer something real; refreshing.
Bringing through perhaps his most stunning, multi-layered soundscape yet, and fusing this with a quickly addictive, anthem-like vocal line – offering both melody and spoken word in rhythmic, infectious doses – Double Up takes hold from the offset; and refuses to let go until the journey is over.
New American Hustle have come through with another full length album just before the year’s end. La Soma Vita is a powerful collection of original tracks, which showcase brilliantly the unique fusion of genres and the poetic intentions of the act. We caught up with the producer behind the project to see how things have … Continued
There’s a certain vulnerability and juxtaposing passion to everything they do, which ignites a sense of nostalgia and a renewed belief in the power of alternative rock music.
Philadelphia’s Almshouse re-work an infamous classic with this release, re-crafting everything from the pace to the melody to the instrumentation and overall mood – this is Auld Lang Syne as you’ve never heard it before.
Everything about this speaks volumes on behalf of creative freedom, freedom from genre, freedom of artistry, and at the same time – Mayumi showcases a clear understanding of what works in music, what connects.
Boldly paving its own way, A Frame speaks volumes on behalf of the style, honesty and unpredictability that’s likely to follow from Elise.
A stylishly captivating and haunting visual and audio depiction of an individual’s battle with inner demons, the UK’s own Howard Kaye releases Nightmares – a heavy hit of alternative, artistic sound design and performance.
Sophia Cruz drives with an air of individuality that’s skillfully breaking through the noise of the pop landscape at present.
“We have a proverb – ‘water does not flow under a lying stone.’ It means that if you are lazy you will not achieve anything. Therefore, working beyond strength – that’s the way the image should be.”