Beginning with the beautifully uplifting, energizing folk-pop offering that is Pour It On, immediately we’re gifted with strength of song-writing, soulful & expressive vocals, and pristine production.
Driving with absolute strength of song-writing and a beautifully crisp, organic pop-rock set-up, Alex Su’s Open Call engages and uplifts in a gorgeously classic fashion.
Introducing a songwriter with a clearly extensive background on the scene, Long Distance Line marks a huge step forwards as a solo artist, and showcases a fine level of musical skill and song-writing alike.
A decidedly open & endearing new single, which connects for its purity of concept & the simple indie/shoegaze set-up of the music.
Superb song-writing meets with a gorgeously ambient, soft-rock soundscape for this impressive new collaborative release from Dylan Sherry and The Green Flamingos.
The kind of song that will easily suit the moment of reintroduction – that day when we are finally able to meet up in groups and celebrate our freedom and overcoming.
“Until we get tired of meaningless lyrics with beats that make you go deaf, our genre won’t be that popular.”
Country warmth and quality songwriting unite for this instantly likeable new single from Karen Lee Batten.
Live indie-rock softened for the soul pours through as the brand new creative album from Theredspirit hits the scene.
Things soon progress from good to great on the songwriting front, ultimately resulting in a realm that feels partly pop-rock inspired & partly of the Elliott Smith-esque contemplative writing style.
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.
Pairing organic guitar with a live drum sound & fragments of voice, The Hunter goes on to take full advantage of poetic metaphor & emotive songwriting in a bold & beautiful way.