“…I’m struggling daily, barely making it through the night, and it seems our struggles are so different but so similar… mostly I don’t have the time, to see what you see.”
Undoubtedly an audience-pleaser, SHE’S NO DOLL, SHE’S A WOMAN celebrates freedom and joy in a memorable fashion, and naturally leaves its melody and sentiments lingering once the music has ended.
It’s a timeless classic, ready and waiting to embrace a live audience – with a huge finish that’s perfectly well designed for that crowd unity and joy.
Always a dream to stumble upon a new favourite band, not least of all in unison with their release of a brand new album.
Richard Tyler Epperson showcases the clear strength of his composing ability, skilful musicianship, and outright lyrical depth, with the superb new album A Wandering Mind.
Growing Pains hits with a Cranberries-esque haunting vocal presence, and progresses with emo-rock verses that build beautifully towards the lingering question; ‘am I bitter, or just feeling better?’
The UK’s own The Lunar Keys return this month with a beautifully crafted soft-rock anthem of arena-ready presence.
Davey Harris delves further into the animation of his creative identity with the catchy rise and fall of a dreamy yet energising Honey.
Blending pop-rock qualities with character and alternative appeal, Pidgie leads with emotive intention and a sort of Eels-esque melodic warmth and identity, for Just Breathe.
Deeply moving and mighty vocals unite for this gospel meets soul-rock single from Collaborations.
Following the release of her debut single earlier this year, we caught up with artist and songwriter Kristi Jacques, to find out more about her music, her lyrical depths, her aspirations, and plenty more. Here’s how it went. * * * Hi Kristi, thanks so much for the interview – a real pleasure! Your debut … Continued
Whilst we await their highly-anticipated second album 2nd Chances, currently in the works, the ever colourful HAPPY CURMUDGEONS release a star-studded new single.