Meandering bass, keys and psychedelic layers of immersion – Jorge Mujica takes listeners down a nostalgic, dreamy pathway of expression.
Uniquely-named and equally unique in craftsmanship – garden on a trampoline delve into the weight of mental-health issues with a powerfully introspective yet musically diverse new album.
Summer vibes in strong supply, hints of jazz and an altogether colourful and easy-going mood – the release quickly invites interest in the GO MERUS catalogue.
An aptly detailed, softly cinematic acoustic breeze washes through to light up a beautifully melodic folk-pop single from MAKELOVE.
The purity is quite breath-taking on occasion, and the unique meeting of folk-like tendencies with bigger-band structures works in favour of those forever refreshing melodies that always seem to emerge.
Singer and songwriter Alan Apuli takes things back to the bare essentials with this up front and intimate new EP.
Big Bus Dream have arranged the single beautifully here, a softly jazz-kissed ambiance of organic layers – double bass, hand drums, subtle vocal whispers and warmth.
In a way, this entire song feels like a freestyle sort of diary-like outpouring. Fast-paced lyrics contrast minimal moments and the two work in unison to promise a deeply open, genuine account of infatuation.
Completing the album in a fairly perfect way, Dear Future Me tracks a life from start to finish, through the decades, painting a picture that warms the heart and even brings a tear to the eye.
Leading with folk-pop delicacy and emotive warmth, Rune Duch connects for passionate honesty and softness initially, later weaving in a little shock factor and angst.
Accessing the surreal nature of modern life, the past two years in particular, Moonflower acts as an artistic and softly thoughtful reaction to turmoil.
A beautifully genuine and colourful collection of organic indie pop songs.