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.
There’s something notably refreshing about all of this music, and furthermore, that artistry is met with absolute professionalism production-wise. Unique and interesting, immersive and genuine.
You immediately get an image of the artist as honest, unafraid to delve into the thoughts and feelings of the moment, and this makes all the difference.
Yurby’s vocal line & lyrical backbone are incredibly well united with the soundscape every step of the way, so not only is the music a pleasure to vibe to, but the writing & delivery provoke a deeper level of thought & feeling.
The perfect musical antidote to feelings of difficulty and division, this is a refreshing and energising piece of music and performance – laid-back yet indicative of unity, blending various genres and personalities, in a manner that simply works.
Taking full advantage of an unexpected, minute-long instrumental intro, Mark Royal showcases a deeper sense of artistry than most for what is ultimately a smooth and dark fusion of hip hop and alternative pop.
It’s the best of both worlds – the perfect accompaniment to that long commute (or late night contemplation of life), and a brand new creative to turn to whenever you crave music with real connection and authenticity.
This brand new album from Makis is a broadly eclectic and colorful collection of Australian songwriting – classic hits re-imagined under a fresh creative light; and it’s a pleasure to listen through.
I may have mentioned Deerhoof as a possible influence in the past – it’s a reference that emerges again, as this act genuinely pave their own way creatively, and approach music in a notably uninhibited, carefree fashion.
Brilliant, a song that progresses from good to great throughout its near five-minute lifespan, and provokes thought in a poetically refreshing way.
Following a string of independent releases, we caught an interview with unique artist and songwriter Margarita Tragedy, to find out more about her journey so far and her hopes for the future. Here’s how it went. * * * Hi Margarita – thanks for the interview, loving your songs! Just to set the scene a … Continued
Ambient soundscapes and raspy, expressive vocals lay bare a series of deeply personal, revealing story-lines throughout this notably emotive, softly passionate yet dreamlike new EP.