“Living like this keeps me ill” resounds as a near-falsetto peak, right before the fall back to acoustic softness, and it kicks in for this placement – it lingers, it engages, it’s memorable.
Instantly memorable, Time For Two feels all at once like a timeless pop hit and a contemporary twist of creativity.
Indie pop colours and warmth meet with a subtle edge of rock for this organic and uniquely live-sounding collection from Canada’s DavidPineapples.
Lay all your Wisdom on Me offers a diverse musicality and a welcomed series of stories that venture out a little further than the self.
Story-telling that feels partly folk-like and partly pop-punk ready, Serotonin blends genres in a natural manner, and ultimately winds up feeling like a pop-rock classic of timeless, memorable quality.
Bright and multi-layered pop-rock meets with a surprisingly humble, tired and almost emo-esque vocal lead throughout this new collection of originals from Lolitas Lovers.
Great song-writing, a softly passionate delivery, all blended with unusual sound-design for a truly interesting and also decidedly unique hit of artistry.
Shmaxi makes music from the heart, and from the depths of a creatively pure mind, and it works well to engage a new audience.
Unpredictable yet well-rooted in its experimental and contemplative nature, Ahead Of Time is a brilliantly unique project, from an act with the sort of artistry and energy once blended by the likes of Massive Attack.
Bringing together pop-punk melodies and a quirky vocal style with deeply revealing lyrics – the sort that lean back and forth between carefree, comical, and decidedly intimate – Brett Reel keeps things hopeful and honest throughout his brand new EP.
Bringing together an indie-funk, guitar-led soundscape and emo-rap melodies and sentiments, Joe Washko’s new single leads with colour and melancholy united.
So many stand-out lyrics crop up throughout the project, and thanks to beautiful melodies and natural, peaceful arrangements, these connect on a profound level.