Indie rock energy brings emotive melodies, distortion, changes in pace and an overall anthemic power, as Okami releases the echoing realm and riff-led addictive presence of Trying.
“For Point Zero we return to cinematic stylings, an immense downpour of bass, synth and tripped rhythm injecting intrigue and further mystique into proceedings. In just a few short minutes, the artistry of Primordial Alien has made itself clear.”
Normal Suits are refreshing – not focused on quirks or volume or simple personality, rather showcasing an affinity for the complexities of human emotion and artistic storytelling. That approach is rare in modern music, and should be celebrated when stumbled upon.
Perhaps the central lyrics of the opening track encapsulate the themes of this project best – “You can give your love. You can fuck your hate.” Meet The Beat Holes compiles unique anecdotes and broader topical themes, to ultimately celebrate the freedom of love and the power of personal choice.
Armed with a brand new globally collaborative album, songwriter and artist Matthew Pylypiv kindly took part in an interview. We talk about the new project Unfinished Business, exploring different styles, inspiration, live performance, and plenty more. Here’s how it went. * * * Hi Matthew – thanks for the interview, and my congratulations for the … Continued
Not often does a track achieve a worthy meeting of intentional artistic production and performative prowess. When it happens, the results can be addictively gripping – almost as if the music is pouring through directly from the listener’s own experiences and feelings. Boyhood masters this approach.
Titled to appropriately reflect the contents within, War of Art is often fascinating, occasionally a reflective mess of volume and anger, and always creatively unaffected by expectation or industry standards.
Humility and heart bring a refreshing twist of joy and wonder to modern rock. Play It Cool is a rising gem this season.
Iconic ambient rock pours through with ethereal presence and poetic depth, as BC returns to enchant and connect on a deeply personal level, for You Were Heaven.
Hedy Lamarr and Alan Turing had a phenomenal impact on today’s society, with the former being considered the creator of Wifi and Bluetooth, and the latter deciphering the Enigma code to essentially free Europe from Nazi rule (as well as gifting us the now infamous AI).
It’s a familiar concept, though not one often discussed in music – that of falling into a deep sleep, into a favorable and vivid dream, then waking and wishing to find that same realm and story once again.
Stylishly creative, conceptually evocative and all-round immersive to explore, Birds Aren’t Real features five captivating originals, devoted to a self-defined introspective on today’s world.