Louis Antoniou is one of music’s most exciting & hard working artists to emerge this year. His aim over the coming months is to smash out five hard-hitting singles that showcase his abilities & his creative direction under a colourful spotlight.
The track begins with the piano part, the descending chord pattern presents a sense of anticipation – it doesn’t resolve, it throws you into an energetic spiral that increases in intensity with each new moment that steps forward.
Never stop learning. Read books & poetry & short stories. Watch documentaries & educational videos. Go to private classes & seminars and meet ups. Always take the chance to learn something new.
The originality of the project has a definite series of threads that keep things relevant, though at no point can you get complacent. The band are doing their own thing and doing it well.
As an artist, MARKK offers up a notably characterful voice & performance style. This sort of RnB-influenced melody is not often presented by what appears as a fairly indie-rock-like leading voice, there’s a lot of grit & passion to the sound.
Faceless Orphans’ punk-meets-indie-rock explosion presents an album loaded with energy and grit, as well as a surprisingly satisfying & heartfelt array of songwriting.
Countdown To Sunset is an artist who deals with a number of human emotions in a way that lays bare the truth of each thought or feeling – highlighting, in an authentically pure manner, the imperfections that make up a life.
You’re likely to find these tracks popping back up in your mind repeatedly for the foreseeable future – the peacefulness of a subtle, gentle ear worm is far more enjoyable than that which forces its way into your consciousness. These are brilliant songs.
The project has a distinct thread throughout that keeps things familiar, though every song brings something unpredictable & quite special to the stage. It’s an interesting collection that really presents a distinct stamp of identity.
Flawlessly combining the retro vibes of the 80s with the absolute ear-wormery of modern pop, Perfect Chair is a track you only need to hear once for it to leave its mark. A huge song, immediately satisfying & enjoyable from start to finish.
It’s always interesting when you come across a musical composition that seems to, in its own artistic way, represent its concept by means of every element involved. The song underlines a sense of emotional disconnect with every fibre of its being.
The sort of release that reminds you of the power of the album, the strength of a collection under a particular light – the experience is much more mighty when taken on in its entirety, as intended.