Never one to succumb to expectation, Troy exercises his right to take full reign creatively, presenting a plethora of musical moments that range from minimalist acoustic to full-throttle, retro-keys funk and cinematic ambiance.
The sixteen-track collection moves through industrial layers of rhythm and unrecognizable audio intricacies, creating dark, often unsettling arenas of sound, which offer a sort of theatrical deep-dive into the mind-set of a person lost in struggle.
Your mind begins to wander, the world passing by through the window of the train – the universe speeding past in a colourful blur as you float through space.
Producer and artist Brent Walker, founder of the solo project Fearless Union, has created a conceptual EP fit to accompany the deepest needs for escapism and contemplation alike.
Originally intended or inspired by a reaction to all things Brexit, Paul Alty’s new collection has ended up poignantly underlining much of what the world is struggling with right now – and simultaneously delivering a worthy escape from it.
Aching simplicity guides listeners through this blissfully expressive yet short EP of originals from composer Vincent Krennerich.
El Viaje showcases a sense of cinematic awareness, cleverly blending thoughtful attention to detail with a clearly intentional underlying energy that wholly and boldly represents each changing stage of the journey.
Deuce in full is gorgeously eclectic, and absolutely worth letting play three or four times over – the journey doesn’t grow tiresome, the arrangement is on point, and the playing is so uninhibited and openly creative.
Fusing classic synth-play with refreshingly original melodies, the piece feels like a live keyboard performance in some ways – and rather like a nod to the dawn of electronica in others.
The self-penned unconventional producer and one-man-band Rafi Bar emerges in 2020 with an EP of original soundscapes that push creative boundaries in subtle yet satisfying ways.
Alternative rock composition and live performance unite for this uniquely conceptually, deeply artistic and impossible to ignore album from Michigan’s Tiny Tree. Embolism is a project with meaning, depth, and an insatiable thirst for expressing the inexpressible.
The way the music slowly but surely sweeps you off your feet is a finely tuned craft that’s been absolutely mastered here.