Stylistically and conceptually reflecting on the death of an era, the grip of war and the symbolic destruction of 90’s counter-culture, Denmark’s Jakob The Liar breaks free from the confines of genre, with a track that’s as creatively outrageous and intriguing as its title implies.
Normal Suits are refreshing – not focused on quirks or volume or simple personality, rather showcasing an affinity for the complexities of human emotion and artistic storytelling. That approach is rare in modern music, and should be celebrated when stumbled upon.
Perhaps the central lyrics of the opening track encapsulate the themes of this project best – “You can give your love. You can fuck your hate.” Meet The Beat Holes compiles unique anecdotes and broader topical themes, to ultimately celebrate the freedom of love and the power of personal choice.
An impressive debut, to say the least – a track that begs for you to witness it in a live setting. Purple Crosses intertwines desolation and hope, as it explores the concept of recovery and the overwhelming desire to escape the hellish grip of addiction.
Heavy distortion and softer vocal threads unite for a nostalgic alt-rock sound – Groucho deliver a riff-strong anthem of evocative imagery and melodies, for Blood in the Water.
The soulful rasp of Stevski17 returns for this grunge-kissed, melodically alluring new single.
From one track to the next things continue to shift gears – heavy fuzz and distortion, melody and poetic wonder, moving into arbitrary statements and ambient space.
Live electric guitar-work gifts an immediately nostalgic indie vibe, as shoegaze alternatives Thee Peecock Angels deliver the brief yet striking EP Homebody.
Freshly released from the creative corner that forever fuses passion and talent to a mighty degree, songwriter Stevski7 releases the grunge-esque tones, contemplative lyrics and outright roar of Hazed Again.
Austin’s Naga Brujo crank up the tempo and volume with faultless precision and passion united, as their four-track EP Canceled takes on the modern world with intensity and anthemic embrace alike.
Musical precision and conceptual power join forces throughout the alluring, enchanting and fiercely impactful sound of Outer Space Experiment’s My Own Universe.
Glenarvon’s upcoming single delves nostalgically into the weight and emotion of nineties alternative rock, and hits with refreshing impact in the process.