It feels partly like a ballad, a loyal outpouring of admiration and affection, yet partly also like a huge moment of togetherness for the music fans who crave this sort of build-up and drop during the later hours of the day. The balance has been really well captured.
Eric Abel’s creativity, talent and passion fuse beautifully on this latest release. Two Young Kids showcases the rising star at his strongest yet, pouring soulful vocals and poetic, reflective lyricism into the mix by means of a gorgeously genuine and capable leading voice.
This is less about genre, more about artistry – creativity and music intertwined and heading wherever the moment takes them.
Released on international women’s day of this year, Supernova deals with relationship trauma head on – showcasing the abused directly addressing their abuser, and paying a mighty tribute to the me too movement of recent years.
There’s a slightly darker edge here – the effects, the various details and layers help really take this somewhere grittier; somewhere edgy and a little more deeply rooted in the resentment that the song speaks on.
The sort of alternative, unexpected pop hit that listeners will take as their own – the kind of song you’re drawn to and naturally assume was written for purely you.
Enzo’s way with sound design and composition is quickly effective, this track is stunning and showcases a passionate and simultaneously professional approach to music production.
Play With Me is an anthem, a shared sentiment of togetherness – and a song we’ll almost certainly be hearing more of as the summer months and the festival season approaches.
What is basically an anthem for self-discovery and individuality, “Your Satisfaction is Fake” implores all of us to thoughtfully reflect on the contents of our being.
“We Ready Gear is a brand for the rowdy fan. The passionate fan who doesn’t sit down at games. We also have a new line of apparel non related to sports. It was create by Damond Farrar, Archie Eversole and myself for the Atlanta United fan base.”
“Never give up on your dreams. I’m handicapped, confined to a wheelchair and a breathing ventilator, but by the grace of Christ I’m fulfilling my dream of being a dance music producer.”
There’s something very creatively free about Olga Solar’s musicality, and that’s a quality we ought to embrace – on the rare occasion it manages to emerge through the thick haze of alternative options.