Lost Platypus returns to grace the airwaves with the purity of creative freedom and ambient intentions – a release that quickly calms the soul.
Delicate acoustic finger-picking presents a simple, familiar rising riff as breathy, intimate vocals, lightly reverb-kissed, deliver a deeply personal, poetic and loving song
Beautifully crafted, a folk-pop hit with a timeless injection of dance power for a truly vibrant remix, the single highlights mighty vocals from Hege, and celebrates the simple act of doing nothing.
Leading with organic folk-pop vibes and intimate, upfront vocal melodies, Christian duo Reignite rise up into soft-rock territories throughout this emotive yet energising new EP of originals.
Organic pop crafted with care and intimacy at the forefront – Kara Colvin connects for authenticity and catchy, imagery-laden writing with this quickly likable new single.
Think of a stripped-back Stones performances with an edge of Eddie Vedder’s acoustic days, only this is Dan Cody – paving his own way, getting vulnerable, truthful, and deeply human in his search for answers.
Immediately warming with its acoustic strum and harmonics, Darren Wallis calms the soul with a breathy and poetic Reassurance.
Lay all your Wisdom on Me offers a diverse musicality and a welcomed series of stories that venture out a little further than the self.
Story-telling that feels partly folk-like and partly pop-punk ready, Serotonin blends genres in a natural manner, and ultimately winds up feeling like a pop-rock classic of timeless, memorable quality.
So many stand-out lyrics crop up throughout the project, and thanks to beautiful melodies and natural, peaceful arrangements, these connect on a profound level.
Acoustic brightness of guitar, rhythm and voice alone, leads us optimistically into a light and uplifting Closer To The Truth as folk-pop songwriter and artist Danny Lamport kicks off his brand new EP.
Poignant lyrics contrast the nature and wonder of the music – these gentle layers and the whispered, rising vocal line, all seem at war with the inherent sadness and uncertainty of the writing.