The music is gentle but intense; it builds, without getting noisy. The story unfolds, the poetry of it soaks into you.
When creating an Alien Skin album I enter a self imposed impenetrable vault. I never ask for advice as this will most likely derail the creative process.
The feelings it brings about are so very well suited to the intention of the music. It suggests an experienced and highly creative artist and producer.
You learn a lot about the mind and the character of the artist, which gives it a very accessible touch.
At times rhythmic and smooth, other times poetic and deep, and occasionally quite haunting – the music is vast and varied and consistently expressive.
The music of Me And My Two Horses gives the feeling you’re listening to something by someone who has a completely unique & beautiful view of the world.
Something brand new to completely take your breath away today. Interstate Traffic – an alternative rock band from Indiana, offering up their debut EP If That Really is Your Name. The dedication and effort put into this project shines bright throughout; every little thing has been well thought out, practiced and placed – just where it needs … Continued
Solopsi Radio is the brand new album release by New Jersey artist Herman Martinez. Martinez is an experienced musician and song writer – a self taught multi-instrumentalist, with an impressive background in rock and experimental music. Here’s what we thought of the new release. The album opens with Phonic Chronicles; a great start, as it instantly gives you … Continued
We’ve a whole lot of exciting new music to check out as 2016 takes shape, so we’ll start as we mean to go on; a genuinely unique and compelling two-track release from Chicago based four piece band The Daisy Heaves. The songs are Ilona and Alice. Here’s what we liked about them. It was a real delight to hear the quiet explosion that takes place … Continued
That sweet moment when stylish, quick fire, smart hip-hop is fused with a classic simple beat and a quality distorted guitar. Keeping you on your toes; brand new music from The Scribes. ‘A Story all about How’ opens with ‘Dragon Breath’, the first track we heard from it; simple yet effective, and it only gets better from … Continued