The wait is over… Having enjoyed numerous singles and live clips from this band over the past twelve months, it’s an absolute joy to see how far they’ve come, and to finally hear a longer project and experience their songs and their sound by means of a more extensive playlist. Spectra is the brand new … Continued
Always a master of capturing the precise moment and energy implied by a composition’s title, Ltronnika’s latest offering becomes something else entirely once you let the music rain down amidst thoughts of the Island Breeze that inspired it.
The energy varies throughout, in keeping with the changing lyrics, and though this evolution is subtle, it works well to keep things moving; to keep you interested, and to keep a level of colour and creativity at the heart of the journey.
“From the very first hour my father was not only the biggest fan, but also the best supporter and hardest critic. He always says talent is nothing if you don’t work hard and an idea is always just the start of a long journey.”
LA’s Lauren Rosas returns this month with a brilliantly immersive new single and captivating video to compliment it.
Leading with a soulful vocal, a moment of quiet expression, followed by a powerful and immersive build-up towards the mighty drop of the hook, Your Love effectively walks the line between pop and EDM – bringing together fans of both worlds.
Possibly a personal favourite from Witz so far, Heartbeat Faster is a brilliantly smooth and nineties-soaked pop-EDM offering, which drives with a mellow synth progression and a distant, subtly soulful vocal.
It connects for its purity, for the changing level of passion in the voice, and for the skillful way in which the soundscape reflects and reinforces all of this. Beautiful.
That opening drop from the instrumental into the spacious vocal verse is gorgeously seductive – that dance-hall melody engages and calms, and as the song progresses it evolves with impeccable skill and emotion; building around you a far more complex and consistently captivating journey.
The trick here is the multitude of vocal and brass hooks over a relentless rhythm that just won’t quit. Appealing female vocals and a smart and sassy beat make for a compelling listen.
The vocal adds just enough to capture the hearts of pop fans, and the rest weaves its originality and its instrumental web around listeners for that alternative, dance-inspired edge.
A simple concept, a quirky verse, supported by a colourful and professional soundscape, rising energy and an overall good-vibe – Hello Adele is everything the title implies, and yet nothing like you might imagine it to be.