A superbly energetic & positive piece of music, with everything relevant & important incorporated into it. The optimism the song exudes is brilliant.
A sound that is creatively & expressively free. This takes shape in whatever ways the artist deems fit, which keeps things consistently interesting.
The song has the rhythm & raw energy of punk rock. It has a realness that helps express & emphasise the theme in a beautifully juxtaposed manner.
A song that brings a classic Pink Floyd style of songwriting and fuses it with a brilliantly appropriate, circus-like folk-rock back bone.
It’s a refreshing project, overflowing with feeling but all the while maintaining a calm & cool composure – something not often witnessed in modern music.
This album is like a ‘how to’ on modern life, a run through of the way things are. It’s fantastic, from start to finish. You can’t predict a single moment.
You can easily relate to these words & very quickly remember the melody lines. It’s a pleasure that could only be topped by witnessing the songs live.
The kind of album you can switch on at the end of a hard day, to let this whole new world of music and thoughts just wash away your troubles for a while.
Time to give you that much needed dose of gravelly, beautiful rawness you so frequently crave. (You, me, humanity). Christopher Brooks of Philadelphia recently shared a track online called Howl, and it’s stunning. His voice, the featured voice of Francis Quinlan, the melody, the riffs, the organic and gentle vibe that feels like an absolute blessing to … Continued
Already hugely successful in their local community, Airport Impressions are an incredibly impressive band from Malta; a genuine pleasure to discover. Every track they’ve released is something warm and wonderful to listen to. It’s music to play at full volume, and they’re undoubtedly an unmissable live band. They look set to make it to the … Continued
The kind of music we search for. Great musicianship, lyrics, passionate and honest, meaningful; songs that are actually about something. We found these things in Under A Banner. With dance inducing riffs from all corners, all instruments and vocal melodies, each one colliding and complimenting the next – we completely fell for the sound, and we can’t … Continued
First you hear a track called ‘Mammon’ – a live version, with a video, and you become obsessed. The seductive, gravelly vocal and snappy guitar rhythm draw you deep into a chasm of double bass heavy, yet, minimal, uncluttered music. It’s a song you don’t even understand the meaning of, but will be infatuated with … Continued