Heavy electronic production meets with an equally heavy bass-line, beat and vocal backbone for this industrial and intense new single from Genesix.
Driving with a five-minute epic that feels all at once like retro grunge and contemporary electronic rock, Yellow Majesty hit the scene with passionate songwriting and sound design alike.
“You can’t escape from something if you don’t know what it is, so acknowledgement in one form or the other must take place.”
W.E.B craft songs directly from the feelings associated with the topic, so the sounds and the performances in every case reflect the underlying concept in natural and artistic ways.
A lyrically open, unafraid artist, Jelic showcases a decidedly uninhibited approach to making music – both style-wise and in terms of his subject matter and performance styles.
The unmistakable sound of Ladonna Rama returns this month with a song that welcomes a dash of electric guitar and a notably more angsty, emotionally resentful tone that attempts to take back control and self-empowerment.
An ever-intriguing Thamatic get the chemistry on point with this EP. Offering up everything from image and concept to sound, style and intention, this trilogy shines light on everything it means to be an indie act on their way to something meaningful and lasting. First we have the mellow yet uplifting, increasingly ambient and immersive … Continued
Eclecticism runs wild, but the building blocks hold close to composition as much so as allowing the featured singers to wholly and truly lose themselves, passionately, in the moment.
Stylishly fusing a retro, synth-heavy dance backdrop, feeling all at once cinematic & gaming ready, Rise From The Grave has already amassed an impressive number of streams online, and Joel’s alternative pop identity is proving increasingly appealing.
The song creatively underlines the very concept of a perfect day – seizing the moment, appreciating the little things, and really taking the time to be; right where you are.
In short, Tragedy Channel have crafted something unexpected – something that caters to our desire to re-live the nineties; those alternative rock hits that surprised and satisfied in ways we could never have predicted.
Easily a band on their own unique trajectory right now, Ukraine’s Vovkulaka bring through a fuzz-thick electronic-rock sound, loaded with distortion, gravel, passion, yet plenty of anthem-like moments of melody and memorable chants.