It’s a timeless classic, ready and waiting to embrace a live audience – with a huge finish that’s perfectly well designed for that crowd unity and joy.
Setting the vibe with ease and delivering a quickly alluring, musically impressive embrace, Noshows creatively blend genres amidst a riff-heavy, ambient and enchanting soundscape.
Proving increasingly likeable in their originality and expressive devotion alike, Poundshop Parka lead with acoustic fingerstyle and neo classical subtleties throughout the single Room.
The sound moves from crystal clear to reverb and effect-drenched throughout a unique fusion of melancholic pondering and outright musical optimism.
Retro flavours of guitar funk and lo-fi studio time pour through with a certain joy-inducing sense of story and good vibes – Cloverchild delivers a single that’s as catchy as it is thought provoking.
Dreamy electric guitar of descending, hypnotic patterns and subtle solos make up the opening moments of a warmly organic embrace from Montreal’s Simply Brick.
Introducing a blissfully genuine, musically calming and conceptually honest display of humanity – musician and artist Rainbrain offers the embrace of organic escapism throughout a beautiful, self-titled EP.
“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.