Alternative metal act & composer JERA presents an epic & emotive build-up through electronic progressions & conceptual intrigue for this latest release.
You quickly realise the sheer passion, precision & alternative, uninhibited creative freedom that has crafted this album.
LA’s XTAXY drives with character and darkness on this electronically charged, alternative pop-rock offering.
Not purely electronic production, but guitars, bass, drums, and plenty of vocal grit. An increasingly passionate outcry in the name of unity & trust.
Driving with a brilliantly free creative reach, Isaiah Mclaughlin’s second EP Revolution kicks into gear with an appropriate fusion of industrial rhythms and a notably contemporary vocal-tone and production finish.
Introducing a deeply introspective, experimentally ambient new project, Derry’s Qn9nety offers up the aptly titled Occupying Space – an album that digs deep into personal responsibility & self-awareness.
The sound a little unorthodox, and this comes to be a known trait of Aveli Amun – creative freedom, concept first, expression utilising whatever’s needed to make the point and set the mood.
Seven original tracks make up the synth-soaked, distorted cinematic dreamland that is before the fog covers me – the brand new album from SESPOOL.
Heavy, hardcore metal of the highest order – blending the darkest lyrics & the rawest screams with a distorted rock soundscape & fragments of electronic sound-play.
Having racked up an impressive number of views on his video for the powerful single When The Radar’s Gone, artist and songwriter Azuri Moon gears up to release his debut EP The Ridge, Vol 1.
“Be your own boss & don’t have a boss. And spend a lot of time with your family. It is everything you got, because “friends” change all the time. Especially in times like this.”
If you’re taking time out of your day right now to let an indie album run in full, on a whim of a hope that it might take your breath away, Frequency by Italy’s Downflyers is categorically a gamble that pays off.