Stunning guitar riffs and high energy indie-pop vibrancy pours through with this latest release from Roseburg. A great song from the offset, Premonition somehow still grows to be more likable the further along you get.
Having not intended to listen through the whole album in one sitting, the opening song on Charlie Christmas’s Weird Old Man was quick to change my plans.
Complete with a scheduled mini-series of accompanying music videos, ‘Avenue B’ offers a stunning collection of instrumentally masterful songs and passionate outpourings – each of which is as melodically addictive as it is cinematic and vibrant.
Introducing a brilliantly effective balance between colourful, pop melodies and a raw-rock musical set-up, Too Much Saturn’s Blame Game is made even better thanks to superb and thoughtful songwriting.
Harris meanders between topics of intensity and those with a certain accessible lightness throughout this project. You never know where the journey will take you next, but always you can trust that a known level of creativity and professionalism will lead the way.
Rise becomes something much bigger than the band, and much bigger than the listener – it brings together all of us in a striking manner, and it speaks with both hard-truth and optimism in an ultimately uplifting manner.
The song is incredibly personal, and those intimate emotions stand tall – Mr. MooQ has encapsulated the underlying sentiment in everything from the lyrics to the structure to the performance. It’s a quickly likable track, and one that’s difficult to forget once it’s crossed your path.
Don’t Know, Don’t Care is the somewhat timeless new single from LA outfit CHARLY & THE CHARACTERS. It’s a release that appeals more and more so with every few moments that pass by – beginning with a simple acoustic riff, a sense of space and purity, and a leading voice subtly loaded with emotion and personality. As … Continued
The songwriting and the vocals across this project are out of this world. Jennifer Valdez seems born to do this in the way that so many of the greats were. This album is a testament to the future of rock, and to heartfelt artistry as a means for making real music that connects and hits with impact.
A multi-instrumentalist, a creative composer by nature – experience and professionalism meet with a sheer passion for and understanding of music, and that makes these songs a total pleasure to experience.
Third Time Luckie are quick to impress with this latest single. A crisp & clean finish allows a heartfelt punk-pop single to shine with entrancing brightness. Love & Violence is a well-written anthem of a tune that benefits in this case from superb use of contrast & professionally flawless production.
Fresh from the EP Changes, Light On is a song that starts off on a strong foot and continues to grow and engage you further as it progresses.