Color School drive with superb songwriting, and this is undoubtedly what helps make this EP a total pleasure to listen through.
What seems like a fairly simple, and carefree love song hides a much deeper and darker secret.
Book of Shame’s most recent release Compatibility is like an unforgettable LSD trip through time and space, that’s as lucid as it is alluringly ambiguous.
The story of “Porch” revolves around one basic concept; the idea that this man is going to build a porch for him and his partner to live, love, and grow old together on. There’s something so intrinsically appealing about a good old fashioned love song.
What begins a simply enjoyable pop-rock offering, with familiar vocal and musical flickers of colour, soon grows to become a genuinely great and rather addictive piece of finely crafted rock music and brilliant songwriting.
The entrepreneur works full-time managing his businesses, but as is the way of the muse – creativity struck one day, and the uplifting and infectious Get The Sun In Your Head was born.
The Harmalators offer up some classic pop-rock vibes with their latest collection of songs. It’s a pleasure to stumble upon the classic tones of yesteryear among some brand new songwriting.
Brothers David and Sebastian Fox join forces to present a truly moving sound as Chase The Jaguar. For those who are new to their work, Never Let You Down is a stunning single – unique in more than a few ways, expressive and compelling.
There’s an entire cast of characters at play under the Pete Murphy artist name. Always a genuine treat to be entertained and indeed amazed by.
Jas Frank & The Intoits are a band with an enjoyably fresh sound right now. As this album progresses, you come to appreciate more and more qualities that give the band their edge.
Instances of hope are met with softness, whereas those of frustration or turmoil are met with a much greater output of energy and instrumental expression.
“Bands always disagree but one thing we don’t disagree on is creativity. Like I’ve touched on previously, we let each other be as creative as we can and as long as you are playing for the song and not for yourself it works for us.”