Munatix strike as the sort of thoughtful songwriters that connect for their humanity & honesty. They also impress with their musical creativity & production skills, offering an arrangement that can easily be enjoyed with or without a comprehension of the lyrics.
Leading with emotive songwriting and a subtle eighties influence throughout, Land’s new EP Down By This River effectively introduces a band with a uniquely expressive lyrical and vocal backbone.
Industrial rhythms and hypnotic loops create a heavily eighties-influenced, dramatic yet energizing vibe for this fresh single from Washington’s Aspect Ratio.
RianMusic’s songwriting stands tall within just about every song on this project. His range of influences is decidedly broad, from hints of hip hop to seventies driving rock-ballads and a whole lot of folk-pop and big-band artists along the way.
Initially reminiscent of M83, an eighties aura soon emerges, blending warm synths with an overall comforting audio wash that softens every edge yet embraces the listener in an energizing, uplifting fashion.
In a strange way, the 80s style takes something of a back-seat as the songwriting and the general mood overwhelm. For all of these reasons, Android really leaves its mark.
Inspired by Nasa’s recent and infamous release of a picture of a black hole, artist and producer Caglar Hepterlikci has crafted an electronic audio journey through thought and energy relating to the very question of a potential parallel dimension.
With how strong the influence of music from the eighties has been over the years, it is not much of a surprise when people release new music that contains a style that truly feels like something that would have been around several decades ago.
Confidently enticing the summer season, Noizy Neighbourz have their finger on the pulse of what audiences are likely to embrace over the coming months.