Fresh from the project Cheltenham Calling, Failure Of The Family is a notably personal and revealing song that lays out The Darkhounds’ songwriter under an honest and somewhat vulnerable light.
Jared Dylan brings back soulful, stylish alternative pop with this latest single. By the time the track comes to an end, his vocal style and the brilliant use of contrast between the sections of the song have undoubtedly left a mark.
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
a truth called nothing are a collection of creatives who undoubtedly craft their tracks with a certain sense of freedom and a desire to simply express the inexpressible. Delicate moments are juxtaposed brilliantly by infectious, energizing hits of rhythm and weight.
Airwaves Spectacular return with a totally eclectic and creatively colourful new album this year. The aptly titled Sinemadik takes the listener on wild ride through audio experimentation, upbeat energy, and provocative conceptual depth.
The performance aspect of this best-of collection from Mr. Strange is undoubtedly what gives it such a multi-layered, colourful and unpredictable aura. When you fuse that with the lyrics and stories that lie within, you quite quickly come to understand why the band gave themselves this name.
Ghost Polo drives with a genuinely thoughtful aura and a surprisingly heavy and artistic musicality on this latest release. While there are familiar elements to the track – the emo rap vibe, the melancholy mood – for the most part, it paves its own way; adhering to whatever the artist appears to be feeling in each instance.
Anarchy You Can Dance Too is a heavy new track that fuses a thick wall of distorted darkness with gritty and equally dark writing.
That voice is one that never grows tiresome – the sort of raspy yet deep & hypnotic vocal you only stumble upon once or twice in a decade. As the lyrics evolve, the performance intensifies & subsequently falls away, and this progression from the lows to the highs & back is what gives the song this snake-like quality as it slowly surrounds you.
If Ackerman’s guitar playing is fire, then Resurrection’s vocal is ice. Down From Above is two opposing forces of nature that have somehow come together to create a seductive piece of art in Where Angels Fall. It’s a beautifully destructive track that’s enticing in its mysterious uncertainty.
There’s a strong sense of attitude or reflective confrontation to the song. Luani.’s vocals deliver this in a genuine way, seeing moments of delicacy appear rightfully gentle, and seeing those with more intensity appear with authentic grit and volume.
An emotional yet still cinematic journey, into which the leading singer pours soulful poetry – weaving around you a beautifully ambient blanket of warmth. This is a personal favourite from Glorybots to date, and an easy song to escape within.