Beautifully arranged, with subtle vocal flavours throughout and fragments of rhythm and warmth all around, Sunday Alchemy is a finely crafted and faultlessly performed guitar piece, with a summer edge of peaceful celebration at its core.
“Sometimes I have a very clear vision, and other times I will let the music to come to me as though out of the ether.”
Melodically infectious and with a strong, exotic groove to match – James Robinson blends the sheer skill of acoustic fingerstyle, with the enchanting appeal of uplifting, memorable pop.
Musician and composer Ludwik Konopko leads with calm contemplation, throughout the enchanting and joyful Ana.
Introducing a stunning ode to the 20th anniversary of George Harrison’s passing, Ferris Durden take on another timeless classic, rebuilding While My Guitar Gently Weeps in a beautifully moving way.
Stylishly blending organic musicianship and dreamy electronic production, artist and songwriter Roswell kicks things up a notch with single releases and live jams alike.
Incredible musicianship, and a genuinely original manner of composition that runs through everything from the opening riff to the set-up, structure, and clear emotion highlighted every step of the way.
The instrumental tale is one that proves unique to each listener, but when the compositions are so masterfully crafted, and with authenticity at their core, its not that difficult to connect the dots.
Joe tells his story through the strings of his guitar, and his playing captivates in a deeply authentic way that’s rarely stumbled upon these days.
Mystery Math have made this from a place of contemplation, and it finely accompanies precisely this act for those who choose to step in.
“In an era where albums are a disposable commodity that we rarely possess, never mind physically hold, I wanted to present a beautiful piece of art that reflected the care and love taken in the making of the music itself.”
Featuring some of the very best guitar-work & melodic story-telling around, with organic rock soundscapes to support & enhance the mood of each track, Apparitions proves as nostalgic as it is refreshing, and continuously begs for you to turn up the volume.