Something tells me that much like the continent she calls home, her music holds countless untold treasures for us to unearth as we explore & get to know her identity as an artist as time goes by.
A playlist that feels somewhat nostalgic or reminiscent or other moments, but that consistently pushes you outside of your comfort zone & creates entirely new thought patterns & ideas to ponder.
The ears are swept away on clouds of thought-provoking lyrics while the beat demands bodily movement. The words pair diametrical images of nature, displaying the grandiose & objective circle of life.
Bend is a superb debut, immediately warming & indicative of a band who genuinely love making music.
The vocals are stunning at every step – the more they gather & intertwine, the more hypnotic the experience becomes.
Purchla’s lyrics are fascinating – the scene he sets, the story he tells, the gore & the observations, the other & the self – all of this is captivating.
There’s something unbelievably personal & revealing about this particular track that effectively leads A Cat Named Felix down some new, previously undiscovered pathway.
Stranger To Myself is a pure & artistic single that utilizes every element of music creation to make its point & to express itself.
The song appeals for its alternative nature & yet satisfies in the way that any great EDM or pop hit needs to. A winning combination.
Conceptually the song takes an interesting approach to expression. Nostalgia is soothing, it feels like a safety blanket from a time when things were less heavy or manic.
This fusion of yesteryear and today works in a refreshingly honest and endearing manner. The song is incredibly addictive and an easy joy to have pop up within any modern playlist.
Roddie Mira’s single No Loyalty is a huge track, everything about it screams style & professionalism intertwined.