Jana’s way with provocative, powerfully human writing proves mesmerizing in this setting, allowing the song to feel as if it was written purely for you – a rare and commendable trait.
Six minutes of creatively immersive contemplation and calming rhythms – The Fisherman’s Voyage is every bit as engaging and blissfully calming as its title and artwork imply, and there’s plenty more to appreciate beyond this.
Nites Alone bring back the indie-pop tones of a simpler decade with this new single – alongside a fresh edge of contemporary hip hop and sound designed, and a clear stroke of skill on the songwriting front.
Matt Clark’s third single release is one that effectively raises the bar and injects a whole new level of colour and passion into the indie pop world.
Leading with emotive songwriting and a subtle eighties influence throughout, Land’s new EP Down By This River effectively introduces a band with a uniquely expressive lyrical and vocal backbone.
“My three ‘favourites’ were “Muppet Criminal”, “Hobbit Noodle” and “Schizophrenic Pineapple”… Can you imagine? “Ladies & Gentlemen, please welcome to the stage, Hobbit Noddle”.”
Turns out a lovely hit of lo-fi, guitar-led trip-hop is all that’s required to temporarily switch off the weight of the world and relax into the moment.
A beautifully thoughtful, deep-thinking & poetic single, which sets the mood for its late-night contemplation & melancholy with pristine ambiance & notable vulnerability in the lyrics.
A beautifully connected body of work that has an agenda of gentle care and wonderful, wide-eyed story-telling. It smacks of an uncompromising vision and an affinity for the work that’s both singular and compelling.
The Assist have made Life to raise money for the UK’s NHS charities in these trying times, and it’s an accomplished, well-mixed and well-meaning tune with great dynamics and a lot to express over its 5 and a half minute duration.
LA’s FAMES take on the pop world with an addictive little hook that quickly weaves its way into your consciousness.
Red Alert is a Publick Safety Announcement, apparently. It’s a fun, frothy and retro sound that explodes out of the speakers and has a zesty kinetic video made to accompany it.