Poetry is central to The Psycho Rise, political contemplations framed within metaphors and images that sound beautifully fluid yet intensely poignant in their topical relevance.
“Apex Breaks was initially envisioned as a 5-6 piece but we kept adding members who really fit in well and became like family after some time.”
Almost a year since the release of Unstoppable, Lorelei Roux returns to collaborate with Becca Sameasu, to launch the enchanting, thoughtful and euphoric work Church of the Inner Cosmos.
Acoustic and electric guitars unite for the emotive rise up into melodic and conceptual appeal, as The Amphibians launch their timeless new single The Fall Of Rome.
Musical precision and conceptual power join forces throughout the alluring, enchanting and fiercely impactful sound of Outer Space Experiment’s My Own Universe.
The 9th Earl take listeners through a psychedelic realm of contemporary musings, with Crawlin’ Off the Deep End.
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.