When it works, it works, and Skycabin have the chemistry just right for this release.
The visual aid of the stars & their distance is a powerful way of describing the unbearable weight of the forever, the finality, that death brings.
Melancholic depth and self-reflection pour through in compelling waves of heartbreak for this immersive new collaborative release from 3Mind Blight & Clare Estelle.
Crafted to keep things laid-back in the relationship department, WHAT I LIKE progresses in a chilled way for the most part, before injecting a brighter key change for a notably more passionate, memorable hook.
Something of a tribal dance project with a welcomed touch of addictive melody & thoughtful, heartfelt writing combined.
Showcasing a clearly uniquer manner of production, Where The Bells Ring proves a decidedly experimental, dreamlike and hypnotic realm of exploration.
Alaska & Aurora have mastered the art of the space in which the song exists. Add in sublime vocals, poignant lyrics, striking imagery, and organic musical progressions that blissfully lighten the weight of the world, and this album proves an absolute highlight from the year so far.
The lyrics lean back & forth between regret & hope; the past and the future, ultimately balancing somewhere in limbo between mistakes & possibilities.
Openly inspired by the haunting & melodic yet darkly poetic tones of Evanescence, Adelaide’s Matiah drives with equally expressive, smooth yet emotive vocals, and notably honest, passionate lyrics.
The sound a little unorthodox, and this comes to be a known trait of Aveli Amun – creative freedom, concept first, expression utilising whatever’s needed to make the point and set the mood.
Kicking into gear with a refreshingly minimal verse vocal, and a soundscape that feels familiar in its electro-pop realm yet also walks a notably different pathway to the vast majority of releases, Do You Know proves an unorthodox yet striking, enjoyable alternative hit.
“The song on one hand is mourning the loss of a life, but also brings into question how to responsibly consume the information that’s coming towards us at light speed.”