As an artist, the cover shows an ability to adapt and to embrace the moment and the music to the fullest. With future releases hopefully that sense of character will come through, and this single could well be a foot in the door and an introduction to the sound and the artistic mind-set that gets listeners coming back for more.
Following the release of the single Not A Waste, we caught an interview with artist and songwriter Paola to find out more about her musical journey so far. Here’s how it went. * * * Hey – thanks so much for the interview, and congrats on the single! What does Not A Waste represent for you, and … Continued
A definite must for the upcoming spring and summer months and another mighty step forward for Nikotene – their music has amassed over 200k streams on Spotify to date, and this is still just the beginning.
Wendy Ho is fantastic on this latest single and remix Anyone Can Break Somebody’s Heart. The nostalgically retro dance vibes that pour through are enough to get contemporary and classic clubbers alike feeling the need to move.
Combining personal honesty and depth of thought in an endearing fashion, with experimental soundscape building, Tanner Parker has crafted something fresh and free from the confines of industry expectations or genre rules.
Both artists share an understanding and a connection to the song, and you can hear this throughout the recording. Their faith in a higher power and indeed in the search for a soulmate keeps them united as the song progresses and evolves.
A timeless single that’s been given a modern makeover to compliment and enhance those very qualities that gave it life in the first place.
Rikke’s writing and a her softly raspy vocals pour through among organic and uplifting soundscapes that are quick to calm the room. Absolutely worth a run through – a quality songwriter.
Carefully balancing gentle organic funk with an electronic lightness, built by delicate and warmth synths, Rick Habana offers up the perfect bit of audio escapism to get listeners feeling geared up for the brighter months.
Black Hebrew offers up an impressively smooth and skillful RnB track with this latest release Jenn. From the offset the song feels like a slept-on classic, a nostalgic hit that made waves back in the day.
Emila as an artist seems set to embrace the music world without letting it mold or change her style – there’s an air of determination and freedom to everything about this single, which of course ties in well with the song’s very title and underlying sentiment.
Everything from the performance to the production works beautifully. A refreshing new song, confident and catchy in a subtle, smooth way.