An ever-immersive Voix return with a beautiful new single this month – expertly produced, and performed with a certain emotive, passionate softness that connects within seconds.
Setting the season off beautifully with snowy scenes and a Mariah-inspired vocal prowess, Heidi Anne releases a classic single and video easily fit to embrace the holidays time and time again.
Introducing an artist at the top of his game vocally, with a somewhat refreshingly humble approach to production & song-writing.
“A lot of artists I look up to and inspire me have a lot of love songs, so it’s certainly an inspiration and something that shows in my own written songs.”
Stylishly uniting the simplicity of a guitar-style riff with contemporary pop and trap inspired production and rhythm, Don’t Test Me tips its hat to the likes of nineties RnB with its immediately infectious hook.
Welcoming layers of organic guitar alongside thoughtful, stylish electronic elements, and a voice that feels aptly inspired by the sounds of a simpler time, the release aims high & hits the mark.
Guiding the way with warm & emotive vocals, a simple piano backdrop, and immediately appreciative, faith-focused lyrics.
London’s Sara Barta leads with faultless vocals & clarity of both concept & image on this latest, impressively crisp & melodically engaging new single.
Featuring a hypnotic pairing of emotive piano and fiercely delicate electric guitar, Good Fight starts off strongly and continues to raise the bar throughout.
Mandy McMillan’s return this season brings a beautifully ambient, classic country set-up that’s quick to calm the room.
The unique qualities of Hope’s voice shine more brightly as the music goes on, the softness of the hook cleverly drawing you in – along with the subtlety of the whole expression that is the song.
It’s a fresh take on the modern landscape of pop, and it speaks volumes on what’s possible artistically when you let the music lead the way.