Colourful as ever and still quickly recognisable in their paired vocal tones and the retro pop-rock nature of their writing.
Cinema and story, music’s past and legends that captivate, Dreams Upon The Mast brings together a plethora of interesting tales that provoke thought and indeed prompt you to spend some time researching the origins.
Stylishly blending organic musicianship and dreamy electronic production, artist and songwriter Roswell kicks things up a notch with single releases and live jams alike.
Very human and organic, in the way that a gardener will always have soil under their nails, JJ Slater sing and play with conviction and heart, with vision and with direction, and will always get under your skin. Impossible to resist.
Fascinating stories, imagery that provokes imaginative escapism, musicianship that’s second to none and authentically passionate, even in such precision.
Meandering bass, keys and psychedelic layers of immersion – Jorge Mujica takes listeners down a nostalgic, dreamy pathway of expression.
Story-telling and immersive, bold sound-design unite with intriguing phrasings and ideas for a powerfully unique single; one that quickly takes you back in time.
The whip-smart lyrics and confidence and swagger and unconventional arrangements all feed in to a portrait of an artist with clear ideas and the nous to pull them off.
There’s something like humour and sadness intertwined, amidst a genuinely likeable musicality that would welcome a live audience with open arms.
As per the band’s consistently classic yet unpredictable edge, there’s a strong sense of sixties psychedelic rock influence, and this smashes into view each time the hook strikes.
It’s a melding of primarily 60s- and 70s-influenced classic rock songs and sounds and yet sounding audacious and as fresh-as-a-daisy enough to consistently beguile the listener, I’m at a bit of a loss for words, whilst seemingly being able to write endlessly about it!
Each track has its own setting, its own mood, memories, and associated images. To transform these visual musings into music is a wonderful thing.