This time of year always brings back the best melodies and memories combined. A fresh twist on the classic dynamic is more than welcome, and Eddie Wang’s version of It’s Beginning To Look a Lot Like Christmas is a genuine pleasure to let play this season.
Celebrating collaborative power with a mighty rock arrangement and song, FACE FORWARD brings passion, precision and inspiration to the forefront of modern music.
This creative realm is vast yet focused – ultimately indicative of a band with their own fascinating and refreshing way with creativity. It’s interesting and entertaining in equal parts.
Houston’s Simon Val blends the vocal meandering and brightness of musical theatre with the colour and calm of folk-pop as the aptly optimistic single Just Smile emerges.
Conceptually heavy and rightfully engaging from a performance and stylistic perspective, Nahoum Hay’s February depicts a harrowing story of abuse, and blends poetic vagueness and detailed imagery in order to do so.
Long-time performers Rise Up stand tall on the strength of their passion & catchy, theatre-style song-writing with this beautifully seasonal & heartfelt new single Love Like A Yeti.
A fascinating songwriter, by all accounts, Maria rolls with the natural artistry and intention of each song, not confined by genre or structure or expectation.
The immediate rhythm & bounce is infectious & uplifting in the best possible way. Bryn Scott Grimes offers plenty in the way of creativity & musicianship, but nothing in the way of predictability.