Strength of songwriting meets with a familiar pop-rock set-up and refreshingly original lyrics and melodic threads, as Kathy Zimmer launches the timeless and emotionally conflicted Extremist.
Retro electronica and rock-soaked guitar align uniquely for this anthemic new genre-fusing single from Erik Engelhardt.
Organic rock and roll, emotive and raw, pours through with rhythm and blues combined, for the anthemic and passionate I Wanna See You Again.
Remembrance and celebration unite as lifelong songwriter and musician garden on a trampoline delivers an extended album of originals, crafted across 30 years of musicianship.
An uplifting listen, from the heart and honest yet hopeful at the very same time, and cleverly walking the line between authentically personal and more broadly accessible in its inherent humanity and soul.
Instantly warming in its seasonal downpour of guitars and colourful optimism, Jamie Dunphy and True North return with a gorgeously refreshing classic, in the form of an aptly-titled and well-timed Snowfall.
Lochlan Shaw sets the mood and elevates listeners from the outset, as his boldly bright and energising new project A Part Of Me Will Always Be You pours onto the scene.
Dreamy tuneful progressions and humility of style blend throughout the songwriting strengths and lyrical musings of Ligaya Escueta’s wonderfully enjoyable album Laughing In Milk.
Just eight tracks in total but an immense collection nonetheless, The Encore You Didn’t Ask For highlights the most comfortably genuine version of Tough On Fridays we’ve perhaps ever seen.
Strength of songwriting and warmth of arrangement unite beautifully for the heartfelt new pop-rock single from artist and musician Joe Savage.
Its embrace is of the calibre that swiftly prompts a re-listen once the music stops and silence ensues…
Dedicated to mathematician and scholar Ada Byron, the project celebrates someone understood to have been the first programmer of human history.