Experimental sound-design and a clearly emotive approach to musicianship unite beautifully throughout this ambient, immersive & deeply provocative journey that is Slightly Unhappy Constantly.
Building up immediately from industrial intrigue to explosive, immersive dance realms, Neverend is a heavy & infectious alternative track, which starts off in one style and quickly redirects things as the production & concept increasingly envelop.
Not purely electronic production, but guitars, bass, drums, and plenty of vocal grit. An increasingly passionate outcry in the name of unity & trust.
Introducing a topically poignant album, loaded with the inequalities and injustices that have swamped this past year or so, Tu Pham accesses the issues of the moment in a notably creative, strikingly up-front manner.
From dashes of horn to haunting choruses of voice, the whole thing toys with the very fabric of music production & modern society in one compelling swoop.
Something of a tribal dance project with a welcomed touch of addictive melody & thoughtful, heartfelt writing combined.
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.
There’s something to be said for striking a fine balance between a naturally curious & complex writing style, and the simple weight of satisfying, hard-hitting hip hop & musicality on the whole. Alternate Realities strikes that balance faultlessly.
This album of cover songs takes a decidedly unique approach to the dedicative art form, and sees artist Jeralyn Glass lead with the calming vibrational frequencies of crystal alchemy singing bowls.
There’s something gentle yet loud about their sound and style – it’s passionate yet natural, it flows, and it makes for a refreshing, unpretentious and rather classic, even nostalgic listen right now.
Heavy electronic production meets with an equally heavy bass-line, beat and vocal backbone for this industrial and intense new single from Genesix.
Not merely a welcomed reminder of the live scenes we all know and miss, but a two-birds-one-stone introduction to a unique artist and band with a superb set of songs to their set.