The songwriting is refreshingly honest & reflective of the upfront reality of life. The depth & soul of any great singer, beaming with individuality.
A musical portrayal or representation of what it is to be alive. The synths & keys offer a winding, unpredictable journey through the mind of the artist.
Far from formulaic, these songs appear as a passionate stream of consciousness, a jam, a collective pursuit of creative freedom & therapeutic expression.
A strong introduction to the Chicago based singer & songwriter. The more you listen, the more the melody, lyrics & energy imprint their good vibes on you.
James Keen’s vocals are always up there as a personal favourite. Ran For Cover showcases those unique & hypnotic characteristics in an almighty manner.
There are numerous hooks & riffs to revel in but there’s equally as much genuine emotion & reflective artistry. Well written, thoughtful, inspiring songs.
A little bit of all that is beautiful, presented in an unpredictable way. A minimalist set of building blocks & a gorgeously peaceful few minutes of audio.
All at once distant & intimate. The artist’s vocal performance is gentler here than on previous recordings, though it always has a captivating softness.
The artist’s vocal performance has a wonderful warmth & strength to it. The song is well written with enough quirky, unique character to make it stand out.
Stone White puts every bit of heart & soul into his performances. His voice will carry you, his honesty & poetry will remind you of the things that matter.
The Jazz genre encompasses a wide array of music. Our’s is a mixture of weird soul, jazz & funk. We like to introduce ourselves as a gangster funk band.
Atmospheric, charismatic – instrumental music at its very best. A Latin rock backbone surrounded by Victor Samalot’s ever impressive guitar playing.