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.
The instrumental breaks are sensational – a live performance would likely blow the roof off in a wonderful way. Contrast is utilized perfectly well, and as suggested – this song soon grows from quietly familiar to immensely energizing and mighty in nature.
Classic pop-rockers Scheckler Brothers lead with delicate riffs and melodies on this latest single Magic.
It’s a rather poignant and relevant topic in today’s world – the age of Instagram and image-led success – perhaps songs and art of this nature will help remind us all of the real value in life, and the qualities and beauties that we can indeed hold on to.
Both tracks are superbly performed, written with care, and produced to a quality that allows you to really turn up the speakers and let go of the world for a while.
The song is an anthem for the introverts and misfits. It’s musically pure – not trying to be anything other than what it is; which reinforces brilliantly the very sentiment at the heart of the writing.
The Harmalators return this month with a pop-rock classic that celebrates the freedom of the weekend in a catchy way. Forever Friday kicks into gear with a downpour of synths and a mellow beat.
This is less about genre, more about artistry – creativity and music intertwined and heading wherever the moment takes them.
True Love is a stunner, nostalgically rooted in the warmth of classic indie rock, but also glowing with its own sense of honesty and emotion; something that pours through thanks to heartfelt and quickly impressive songwriting.