This album is all about the songwriting. The music varies so much – and that’s a great thing, you never get a chance to grow tired of anything. There are so many good hooks & the arrangement allows the quieter moments to stand as tall as the louder ones.
It’s a grower, for sure – intriguing at first but genuinely enjoyable & refreshing the more involved you get. The album is well worth a look – the further into it you get, the more of a fan you become. Impressive, original songwriting.
An interesting collection for its gathering of ideas and its musical prowess combined. In many ways the songs are unpredictable, but in many others they feel familiar and comforting.
Stunning instrumental music from an immensely talented, experienced band, with a clear & unwavering passion for music. Absolutely worth tuning in for.
Every band member contributes to the writing, giving the music a widely accessible aura. The songs connect in a not too personal way, seeming honest & genuine at all times, but making sure to include you as a listener.
The music inspires you to be joyful and to go after those things that matter. The New Starts Now seem to have this quality of uplifting, inspirational songwriting inherent in all that they do.
A mighty pop-rock album, a wonderful playlist that grows more and more enjoyable the further into it you get – and more so with each new listen afterwards.
Throughout this project you get a series of stories that appear close to the songwriter’s heart & experiences in life. It feels personal, but the details are accessible – even vague – so they can easily be applied to the lives of listeners far & wide.
Roxxa Nova has undoubtedly found a sound of her own with this single. The song offers multiple moments of musical strength – unique & colourful flickers of soul & emotion that pave the way effectively for the story-line & personality that follow.
Elmont are back this summer with the perfect pop-rock single, bringing you that nostalgic aura along with a fresh touch of optimism & good vibes for the months ahead.
Shorelines to Sutton have done everything right in getting to where they are. The musicianship is on point, impressive & expressive at the same time, varied & interesting, tight. The songwriting is real & meaningful.
A gentle & mellow-paced pop-rock song that offers a verse melody with a slight & surprisingly grunge-like or Savage Garden vibe about it.