Indie-pop vibes blend organic and electronic production traits, as New Scream leads with country-kissed songwriting and beautifully expressive, soft yet distinctive vocals.
The music and writing takes you somewhere new, is thought-provoking and uplifting all at once, and introduces an artist with a spirited yet contemplative style.
The implications of this album title are reinforced consistently – strong threads that keep us connected to the recent hardships and juxtaposed intentions that have united and divided us all in equal parts.
Smooth vibes bring catchy hooks and clean, organic production, to kick off the infectious and instantly likable new EP from Habibi Bapo.
Ella Mar “It’s a love letter to anyone struggling with mental illness, particularly those who have experienced self-medication. It’s so people feel less alone in their worst moments, you know?”
“I do love reading literature, sometimes poetry too but not as much. I’ve always loved words and the different mysterious ways we can play with them. I love thinking of it as creative honesty.”
Multi-layered and instrumentally vibrant, Kesselhaut sets the bar with a strong groove and catchy tune, for The Girl Behind the Mask.
Homemade indie escapism promises reflective human sentiments, canned vocals and dreamy production, as Blunt Objects deliver the immersive and creative album Shady Shadows.
Lush production unites electro-pop flavours with organic guitar, as Lālo Parade delivers an intimate and colourful ode to moving on.
Almost feeling like two different songs, ‘Harbor City Blues’ sees Hythum blend stylistic approaches to showcase an artistic overall, but also utilise essential threads of effective musicianship for appealing to a broader audience
Watch The Sun feels like a quirky indie alternative, whilst promising traits akin to the alt-rock bands of a simpler era.
Creatively capturing the embrace of live music, in all of its power and passion, songwriter, artist and producer Caustics presents the complex yet compelling album Reflection.
A strong return to the unexpected yet satisfying and authentically honest traits of Christopher Dallman’s music; those that forever make it so uniquely appealing