American Gothic is an audio adventure not unlike a movie as it plays out in full. Mighty songwriting and musicianship, unparalleled composition and performance, intriguing and contemplative stories, all uniting both darkness and sheer fun throughout a timelessly enjoyable album of originals.
The raw stomp of Folk Rock and expressively raspy vocals enchant from the outset, as Germany’s Mino Chelly pours his heart and artistry, into It.
A captivating single and video, seemingly personal but also accessibly vague in its poetic exploration of seeking escapism from the inevitable hammer of time.
Sid Hagan, Marvin Taylor and Brian Wooten light up the space as ever, collaborating remotely for the virtual yet beautifully organic project Right Click.
Showcasing a natural affinity for songwriting, backed by a lifetime immersed in music, Jim Wyly brings together Folk, Soul and Americana tones with strong grooves and dreamy melodies, for his new collection of stories and songs Eclectic Tales.
Mike Freund’s own connection to the lyrics is clear, and is backed by similarly passionate guitars, bass and drums, which drive things forward on the front-line for a refreshingly heavy listen.
Gritty yet melodic rock and roll pours through with mighty vocal character and strong riffs – Effing and Blinding bring the soul and energy to modern rock
Blues rock to capture the soul and elevate the mood of the room – the UK’s own Jackson Kayne brings seductive vibes and organic musicianship to the modern scene, with the infectious Oh Honey Please.
Arrangement matters, and March To August have set this up for an ideal audience connection – the joy of pure music, the high energy anthem, then the deeply-thoughtful, revealing and vulnerable core.
Capturing attention from the outset with crisp guitars, drums, and the unignorable opening line “There’s something creepy in the next room…” – John Consalvo returns with a bang
Delightful country-folk musicianship, conceptual purity and depth of voice present a refreshingly original collection of evocative songs, as the UK’s own John Jenkins releases a brand new full-length solo album.
The song quickly brings through Sherry’s leading voice, a nostalgic depth and soulful melody uniting to add a whole new layer of energy, humanity and heart to proceedings.
Featuring hits from the band’s self-titled debut album and their sophomore project Lucy, Live at The Neptune lights up the room from the moment Cover Me begins to gather passionate momentum.