Ambient soundscapes and raspy, expressive vocals lay bare a series of deeply personal, revealing story-lines throughout this notably emotive, softly passionate yet dreamlike new EP.
Kicking into gear with a beautiful downpour of uplifting synths and a fairly classic, summer dance vibe that’s easily energizing, SAINT JACQUE’s opening EP single OMGYKWID proceeds to blend genres in a decidedly unique manner.
Driving with an uninhibited desire to connect and weave hypnotic melodies and storylines around listeners, Chicago’s I Passed Away brings together passion and professionalism in an emotive, captivating manner.
Stylishly blending pop-punk vocals with an emotive, uplifting soundscape, and an emo-rap delivery that’s quick to connect, this collaborative new single showcases a Lil Peep influence and a strong sense of intimacy and personal struggle.
Embellishing eclecticism with style and uninhibited creativity, Kemper Grant keeps emotion and soul at the forefront of his writing throughout the notably colourful and unique album that is Jungle.
The brand new EP blossoms into life with a beautifully appropriate, audio & conceptual boost, which looks regrettably on the present but hopefully towards the future.
From the complexities of love to contemplation of life itself, this album underlines the meandering existence of a soulful, expressive artist.
A painful yet powerful piece of music & performance, which seeks to unite those of us who have felt the weight of suicide in some way or another.
Singer and songwriter Vidaus has just released his deeply contemplative, atmospheric new album Don’t Check My Arms Pt.1. We caught an interview with him to find out more about the project, its underlying themes, and his aspirations as an artist. Here’s the conversation in full. * * * Hi Vidaus, thanks for the interview, and … Continued
An album that softly breathes its insecurities & uncertainties into the room around you, creating immediately calming ambiances, yet each one with an air of concern or unsettled freedom.
“I’m okay with it because I know that it’s relatable. I’m not the only person who has dealt with this scenario. I’ve always been pretty open about who I am, but never really on this level.”
The whole thing is subtly powerful, entrancing for its sense of space and colour, and the heavy contrast between that and the tiredness and melancholy in the lyrics.