Ariza’s Keep On offers music fans a four minute-plus journey through personal reflection and a gentle indie-pop soundscape that’s a pleasure to escape within.
The story relates to one of the world’s most well-known pop artists, so the name and the details within are likely to appeal to a fair few listeners – the strong melody draws you over, the story-line holds you captive once you’re there.
The music becomes somewhat more engaging and intense – appearing to freeze in the air around you, stealing the moment and holding it still. Complexity falls away as this overwhelming and uplifting moment of calm steps into view.
Music and art are incredible vehicles of change with the potential to influence our culture and society. And there’s so much to write about, an endless amount of possibilities, and yet most artists limit themselves to writing about the same few themes that everyone else writes about.
Released in honor of 2019’s Earth Day, Midas is a beautiful ode to a planet that holds so much wonder and magic. At the same time, it’s a mildly chaotic walk through a history of greed and pain – these conflicting concepts are represented cleverly, through lyrics and musical unpredictability alike. The soundscape feels partly hopeful, partly unsettling – skillful production lets these qualities rightfully walk hand in hand.
Janna Pelle pays tribute to existence and the unpredictability of death with this latest single, reminding listeners to live life to the fullest as time as not a guarantee for any of us.
Creative electro-rockers Lie To Life are set to release their debut single in the very near future. We were gifted the opportunity to interview them about their music, their journey so far, and their hopes for the future. Here’s the conversation in full. * * * Hey – thanks for the interview, how is 2019 … Continued
L.A. based producer and artist OBIS drives with genuine heart and soul on this latest release Better Off. An easy track to enjoy and one well worth indulging in at volume.
Jerad Finck’s return this month comes in the form of an uplifting, electro-pop soundscape and a song loaded with emotional longing – a compelling sense of searching for something greater than the self.
Reel Feels brings together a dreamlike ocean of synths and a lightly industrial beat on this latest, entrancing new single Sedona.
Eric Abel’s creativity, talent and passion fuse beautifully on this latest release. Two Young Kids showcases the rising star at his strongest yet, pouring soulful vocals and poetic, reflective lyricism into the mix by means of a gorgeously genuine and capable leading voice.
The Harmalators return this month with a pop-rock classic that celebrates the freedom of the weekend in a catchy way. Forever Friday kicks into gear with a downpour of synths and a mellow beat.