Halloween Hopes is a songwriter with a seemingly unstoppable creative drive. No genre or subject is out of reach, and every topic tackled is done so in a professional and, more importantly, engaging and likeable way.
Having racked up an impressive number of views on his video for the powerful single When The Radar’s Gone, artist and songwriter Azuri Moon gears up to release his debut EP The Ridge, Vol 1.
What starts as a mellow and reflective, somewhat Americana-kissed single, soon evolves to become a rock anthem fit for escapism or to kick off a much needed weekend.
Emerging with a certain instrumental and performance-based delicacy, Empires rises up from simple, expressive beginnings, through a vastly poetic, wholly immersive latter half.
There’s something gentle yet loud about their sound and style – it’s passionate yet natural, it flows, and it makes for a refreshing, unpretentious and rather classic, even nostalgic listen right now.
Fresh from a brand new upcoming album, led by piano and delicate, authentic vocals, Mandy Rowden’s Sing Hallelujah proves a heartfelt, raw and intimate portrayal of human depth, difficulty, and determination.
‘Nofre Nuggets is a great collection, and an easy playlist to turn to whenever you need it – superb musicianship, arrangements and production, and a mighty ode to some classic surf-rock.
The release progresses in a way that showcases not only a compelling, catchy way with songwriting, but a superb level of musicianship, and a fine degree of passion for performance.
Kicking in with a sort of Incubus-esque fusion of funk and emotive, poetic lyricism, Flow is a stylish and refreshingly organic pop-rock song that marches to the beat of its own drum.
Featuring a fairly organic set-up, complete with leading harpsichord, the song builds up beautifully, and makes fine use of a select few simple yet striking lyrics – The quips I used to make now generate no laugh…
Despite their clear energy & presence online, there’s a certain introverted quietness to their writing & delivery. This is perhaps what reaches out more notably to the many who are feeling so lost & unsure right now.
“We’re all in this together, we’re all going through this stuff together, but we all have the power to make things better.