Creative pop delicacies meet with infectious rhythms and a surprising few layers of organic sound-design – Brightside bring together classic song-writing and contemporary stylings for this infectious and emotional new single.
Blending pop sensibilities with creative production and an almost hip hop style beat and vocal meander and effect, Rising sees long-form melodies light up a whole new side to Kusa’s artistic catalogue.
Reflecting on the past, the self, the world and one’s role within it – Freaky Man speaks volumes on behalf of the artistic intention and musicality of Walls Of Glass.
A fantastic EP, in short – nice at first, superb by the mid-section, unmissable by the end.
Akando talks of predicting fate, acknowledging his own behaviour and utilising this to understand the behaviour of others – and to, subsequently, perhaps gain insight into their thoughts and feelings.
Balancing positive vibes with underlying depth and intention, Identity Crisis: Part 1 is as complex as it is easy going.
Fresh from the brand new 2021 album CursedbyCupid, Superstar drives with an aptly creative bass-line and nostalgic rhythm, introducing the Maalthepsalmist sound in a retro yet stylish way.
Offering plenty of potential for remix and various paces, You Hear Me Say I Love You feels all at once familiar and decidedly personal – genuine, ultimately, in its relaying of loving sentiments and lasting connection.
A beautifully genuine and colourful collection of organic indie pop songs.
“Performing is incredible, it’s the best feeling to be on a stage, singing in front of people, making them smile.”
Later blending a sort of dance-pop backbone with uniquely worldly details and fragments of sound, for a spacious yet immersive piece, Run is a proudly poetic, empowering and inspiring song.
Jordan Olympus has the name, the image, the skill and the artistry to really carry this sound and style to bigger stages. Well worth a listen.