Beautifully arranged, with subtle vocal flavours throughout and fragments of rhythm and warmth all around, Sunday Alchemy is a finely crafted and faultlessly performed guitar piece, with a summer edge of peaceful celebration at its core.
Ever-the open and melodically memorable artist, Eli Purks remains true to his own integrity and style. The realness is refreshing, in all from genre to topic and delivery.
Folk-pop rhythm and brightness lights up the room from the outset, before julianne’s softly expressive storytelling and calming melody weave a hopeful and inspiring web of escapism around listeners.
Completely refreshing in style, humble and laid-back in topic and delivery, the whole thing shines new light on what’s possible when devotion, professionalism and fun join forces in modern music.
Elise’s softly confident guidance throughout the intimate listing format and seductive melody works well to really elevate the whole single.
As always, there’s no mistaking the voice and rap stylings of Comatose Red Ivy. The music forever evolves, but vocal integrity rings true regardless.
The very essence of the song is held up unquestionably by the genuine connection of each artist to the subject matter and the music.
Slowly but surely, the imagery and the implications offer a powerful hit of escapism – an appropriate response considering the personal lyrical journey towards the hypnotic repeat of ‘I’m on the moon’.
Always an act who takes the path less travelled in rap music, Stephh V keeps things interesting and musically satisfying all at once.
Creative production and mighty sound design meet with firmly-planted intentions as this deeply inspiring, energising and purposeful new project hits the scene.
The entire arrangement breathes new character into the scene, particularly the instrumental outro that again marches to the beat of its own creative desires.
Brilliant, a refreshingly interesting, musically satisfying and lyrically powerful new release, from an artist who promises to keep things unique in modern hip hop.