Creative pop delicacies meet with infectious rhythms and a surprising few layers of organic sound-design – Brightside bring together classic song-writing and contemporary stylings for this infectious and emotional new single.
A fantastic EP, in short – nice at first, superb by the mid-section, unmissable by the end.
“I write about a lot of emotional distress, struggles with depression, anxiety, tough subjects in general. But it really helps to take these dark subjects and sing about them in a way that’s humorous—sometimes sardonic would be a better word.”
Atlanta artist and song-writer ALX proves unexpectedly impressive as this deeply soulful, contemporary and creative new single pours onto the scene.
Great vocals, a little emo-rock or nineties-esque in expression and emotion, mixed in faultlessly for the contemporary electro-pop sound – yet not at the expense of genuine connection to the subject matter.
From the heart and the programming software alike – a fresh take on a familiar style, and a genuine way to celebrate love and unity.
Incredibly relatable, angsty and up front, unapologetic in its resentment. The topic is accessible, but presented in a genuinely new way.
Blending contemporary production tones with dashes of jazz and pop-rock sensibilities, the single rides high on recognisable vocals and effective song-writing.
City Eclipse lead with deeply personal, diary-like lyrics on this open declaration of turmoil and uncertainty.
Setting you up with a synth down-pour designed for & dedicated to uplifting audiences into the euphoric electronic warmth of pure energy.
Fantastic song-writing, fresh & engaging, easily memorable. Hopefully this is a strong indication of what we can look forward to from Jon Omen as the months & years go by.
Gentle rock vibes bring together blissful melodies and organic-meets-electro sound-design for this ambient and uplifting, thoughtful new single from NYC’s whenitsmytime.