Great acoustic guitar-work quickly soothes the soul – the live sound that the band so faultlessly deliver works gorgeously in this context.
The work of a songwriter extraordinaire, whom you’d be forgiven for considering as one of the professionals of a simpler time; hiding under some new AKA for authenticity or a fresh audience.
There’s solace and escapism in poetry and writing past and present, and Alex celebrates precisely this throughout the catchy and wonderfully heartfelt single and video.
You’re on a journey, listening, but also weaving in your own memories and sense of nostalgia, of longing for the carefree days and considering the painful ache of regret all at once.
Make Believe celebrates imaginative play and poetic depth in the most skilful and openly passionate manner.
Acoustic folk-pop rising into pure pop warmth unites with melancholic, characterful vocals as James Arellano digs deep into heartache.
Expressively uniting a deeply immersive, moving musicality, with a series of lyrical explorations of love and life and, aptly, The Weight Of The World, Barcelona duo Morningblind take listeners somewhere completely new.
Loaded with references that book worms and literature fans will love, The Bookstore is a timeless yet conceptually original release, and a fine reminder of the artist and songwriter that is Erik Gamborg.
Lost Platypus returns to grace the airwaves with the purity of creative freedom and ambient intentions – a release that quickly calms the soul.
Very human and organic, in the way that a gardener will always have soil under their nails, JJ Slater sing and play with conviction and heart, with vision and with direction, and will always get under your skin. Impossible to resist.
Introducing a mighty album of anthems and conceptual intrigue alike, John Consalvo leads with intention and unwavering passion throughout this brilliantly bold yet intricately considerate search for redemption.
This album reminds us of many things that matter in life, not least of all the consistently illuminated fact; If You Can’t Forgive You Can’t Love.