Andrew Farstar presents a refreshing look at some timeless and heartfelt songs on this project, each delivered with genuine passion and appreciation for the music and the audience who’ll share it.
Harvey as a band have a somewhat humble and natural way with music, each new release is enjoyable, impressive, and further cements their authenticity as artists. This process happens slowly but surely, seeing them never fail to write something of depth, and still never resort to unnecessary gimmicks or quirks.
Browning’s voice delivers flawlessly throughout, whether the moment is heavy or much softer – his vocal style holds that ability to cater to the needs of the song, and this carries it well. The story-line is fascinating and the music lets it work its magic in a natural way.
A gorgeous yet short playlist that brings forth a band with a heartfelt approach to songwriting and an unquestionable talent for performance.
Everything from the narrative, to the music and vocals has been meticulously crafted to enhance the storytelling in an invigoratingly novel way. It’s a triumphant beginning and one that makes me excited for things to come.
Jared Dylan brings back soulful, stylish alternative pop with this latest single. By the time the track comes to an end, his vocal style and the brilliant use of contrast between the sections of the song have undoubtedly left a mark.
Fusing the organic instrumental set-up of country, with the warmth of pop-rock and the conceptual optimism of a songwriter with a genuine love for to the art-form, I’m Here To Party With You offers up a stunning collection of musically satisfying, thoughtful and passionate songs. Always honest, always with heart, and always a pleasure to have fill the room.
“I dropped a tab of Acid and had just received the Masters for Avenue B, so that was playing in the background. I started getting the visuals from the music.”
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.