There’s a delicacy to the music but still it manages to hit with impact – the sort of sound that would slowly but surely lure you over to be a part of the moment.
Emmanuel DALMAS’ voice shines brightly with an intimate delicacy that fits the mood of the music & the song’s sentiment really well.
A beautiful song, musically bright & crisp, written in a manner that is both poetic & deeply personal – a genuine human touch that connects with audiences on a heartfelt level.
Tali Leda is driving with creativity & passion, her music showcases this in every respect & her live performances are absolutely stunning.
Qualifiers brings together multiple layers of organic musical colour with the artist’s own unquestionably genuine sounding voice & stories.
The song has managed to sound like a classic, nostalgic piece of music & writing, as well as being totally new, refreshing, and wonderful.
I’ve been there & it is indeed Hard to be Sad in Nashville, even with heartbreak in the rear-view. The song begins with the titular lyrics paired with deep drums & bright acoustic strings, all alongside a stumbling electric guitar – a country-rock fusion of expectation & desperation.
Of all the creative outbursts that have emerged as a result of Trump’s presidency, this EP from artist & songwriter Vegas Man is one of the most directly & explicitly influenced by the POTUS himself.
The nostalgic effect has you drawing back into your own memories, the accompanying video adds to this, so you welcome the experience in a personal way.
An easy must for fans of cleverly crafted, interesting, endlessly enjoyable songwriting. Ann Taylor’s voice has a soothing quality to it that works beautifully as the driving force behind the writing.
I’m finding myself increasingly inspired by 2018’s array of new musical offerings. Wildest Dreams is a beautiful addition, a wonderful song with a full, vibrant musical set-up & a central sentiment that seeks to uplift & motivate you to aim a little higher.
What first appear as specific details unrelated to anyone else, later become the building blocks of your own version of life experiences or memories. It’s a strong way to write.