Rolling into view with the timelessly alluring presence of a simple, organic drumline, Heavy AmericA’s single The Fall goes on to weave an equally timeless yet contemporary-kissed web of topical and anthemic stylings.
Marc proves the perfect leader, the indie alternative voice in lyric and tone, gifting a less common realm of artistry to confide in and connect with.
A fine songwriter and a lasting testament to the escapism and unity promised by music.
Vocally supreme, Mat D has the talent to take his music to bigger stages. The fact that the writing and clear devotion to the performance are so faultlessly in keeping with the high bar set by that voice, is simply the icing on top.
Leading with a sultry blues-rock swagger and organic, up front and intimate presentation, Tatro Gordon’s self-titled album introduces a big dreamer of authenticity and simple, satisfying songwriting.
New Year’s Day sets itself apart from other seasonal offerings and injects a much needed hit of truth and integrity into the modern scene.
Introducing a boldly unique folk songwriter of passionate and creatively free design, London’s The Guv leads with fast-paced acoustic rhythms and long-form melodic story-telling for a decidedly recognisable sense of identity.
Alternative folk metal rockers Bronzegates bring together elements of classical and contemporary tones in a boldly expressive, captivating way across these two phenomenally creative new releases.
Brilliant rhythms, a familiar yet likeable riff that builds momentum for a story that naturally appeals for its imagery; alongside the natural rasp and expressive tone of Hoy’s vocal.
Incorporating all manner of moods and musical styles, with a variety of organic folk instruments from clarinet to mandolin and cello, The Azure Sea proves all at once a treat for the real music fans, and an artistic snapshot of the times we’re living in.
Leading with creatively uninhibited, surf-rock and indie anthem vibes, Grammy-winning producer Zane Birdwell introduces a boldly colourful album of originals, under the intriguing title of Shame Jungle.
Storytelling at its most detailed yet somehow still feeling inherently directed at you, me, and all of us – In Front Of Your TV is a brilliantly addictive blues-rock track with a clear edge of identity and intention.