Pristinely high resolution visuals accompany this indie rock anthem from the UK’s own Zen Juddhism, resulting in a contemporary release that’s heartfelt and notably relevant to the times.
Indie at its most open and unedited, Here To Stay showcases Mupsters in their element – fearlessly expressive, musically united, and secure in their own sound and style.
Introducing an artistically refreshing project of various styles and moments – Matthew Heller leads with identity and strength of songwriting combined, throughout the emotive deep-dive that is Maybe My Love Was Just Right.
Striking original music at your service – Callipolis unites distortion and delicacy throughout this melodic, captivating fusion of genres.
“I think the biggest thing is I’ve had a lot of time to reflect on things with some time off. And one of the things that I did during that time of the pandemic is I’ve purchased and now possess Omnisphere.”
Following the release of a powerful new three-track, self-titled EP, New Jersey alt-rock outfit Between Rooms kindly took part in an interview. We talk songwriting, style, live shows, inspiration, and plenty more. Here’s the conversation in full. * * * Hi guys, thanks for the interview – massive congrats on the new EP! Just to … Continued
Retro grunge vibes of distortion and heavy riff-work guide us into a breathy and expressive Full Of Sin from a committed and passionate Swilly.
An absolute anthem, somewhat grungy in its vocal placement but fascinating by lyrical storyline and intriguing for its clear sense of identity and originality within the current scene.
Freshly released from their upcoming, highly anticipated album Event Horizon, two superb singles draw immediate focus to the pace, passion and presence of Glowing Moses.
Norway’s Temperature Falls have taken things to the next level with their sound-design and artistry throughout this conceptually poignant and musically provocative new album.
“Thematically, it’s about fake ass friends who talk a big game about Loyalty, then stab you in the back. Or pull the rug out from under you. Choose your analogy. It’s something I believe everyone has experience with and can relate to.”
Dreamy, distant vocals and equally experimental production blend the ethereal tones of shoegaze with a gritty edge of live rock as Maejis Mind delivers an aptly-titled Dizzy.