Fantastic songwriting, deeply thoughtful and topically on point, from a band who consistently write classics.
Rock & Roll
Instrumentally raw yet impressive, showcasing the best of the live-band aspect of GREYE, Lucky kicks into gear with the soulful roar of Hannah Summer’s raspy and powerful rock vocal.
Storming into 2020 with an unwavering love for classic rock and roll, Second Hand Mojo combine seductive rock groves with powerful, satisfying songwriting, delivering an EP that’s a total joy to let play at volume.
Though the opening moments emerge soaked in rock authenticity, the latter half undoubtedly allows hindsight to describe them as softer, milder, and merely a taste of what’s to follow.
Starting off in rockabilly, Pale Blue Dot is a highly accomplished, heavy-concept tune that’s all about feel.
New American Hustle sees producer and multi-instrumentalist Ian Smith collaborate with a host of superb vocalists, amidst an array of hard-hitting and almost genre-free compositions; the likes of which pour through with precisely the level of grit, melody and rhythm required to lift you up and provide that perfectly alternative escapism that modern life craves.
Everything from the narrative, to the music and vocals has been meticulously crafted to enhance the storytelling in an invigoratingly novel way. It’s a triumphant beginning and one that makes me excited for things to come.
Keeping classic rock and roll alive and kicking in every possible way, KAATO pour through with insanely powerful and stylish vocals, infectious guitar riffs, well-placed distorted, manic drums, and – perhaps most importantly – immensely addictive, energizing songwriting.
Never an act to stray away from rocking out and saying whatever comes to mind – The @if return this month with an April Fool’s Day special entitled Prank U (Gold Digger).
A heavy beat and some well-placed, distorted riffs pave the way for this infectiously raw and raucous new single from Guy Freedom English.
What is basically an anthem for self-discovery and individuality, “Your Satisfaction is Fake” implores all of us to thoughtfully reflect on the contents of our being.
What seems like a fairly simple, and carefree love song hides a much deeper and darker secret.