Following on from a string of original releases that are rightfully amassing impressive numbers over on Spotify, ICY NARCO injects an outright anthem into the scene with his superb new single STRESS.
Anthemic electronic rock with a conceptually intriguing undertone – Glasgow’s BAZ.M captivates with both design and lyric through a bold and energising Evil Twin.
The energy rises, the genre fades away into its own sense of purpose, jazz interludes & breathy moments of provocative lyric create a calm that embraces the listener; right before an explosive switch of gears for the final quarter.
Indigo is stunning – entertaining, thoughtful, impressive. Absolutely worth the time it takes to let it play.
Lyrics that poetically connect for their realness & striking imagery alike – this one makes for a timeless alternative hit that quickly presents a sense of profound escapism.
Explosive rock hooks, anthem-like structures and fearless indie purity – Patrick Lew Band keep their sound eclectic yet passionate throughout an incredibly versatile collection of originals.
The single has a White Stripes-esque pace & stomp to it, with short verses and a brilliantly immersive, addictive sudden energy & fullness for the chorus.
Haunting world-music vibes kick up a creatively immersive Death Of A Star from producer Ninegrass’ new project Haha Jokes!
It suggests uncertainty, reinforcing the mood and lyrics of the surrounding song, and this uncertainty is what makes the whole thing connect so beautifully.
Introducing a brilliantly crisp and warm rock sound, with soulful vocals taking a little inspiration from the likes of Prince as much so as the heavier bands of the nineties.
Heavy bass-work and psychedelic solos intertwine amidst a simple, short yet striking melody to introduce this uniquely intriguing single from Cluster 0.
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.