Continuing his fearlessly unique manner of fusing genres and tones, Erik Engelhardt further elevates his audio identity, with the unorthodox yet mighty presentation of a fast-paced and celebratory Happy Again.
Standing tall on the strength of intention and eclecticism combined, alternative rock outfit Lokella promise to engage and energise, with their deeply human and musically powerful album As We Unravel.
Soaring rock instrumentals back up deeply emotive lyrics and powerful melodic songwriting, as genre-fusing artist Fauci delivers his boldly revealing two-track release The Wire and Swim.
Guildford four-piece The Lunar Keys deliver a stellar performance, for their intensely memorable single MANIAC.
An uplifting listen, from the heart and honest yet hopeful at the very same time, and cleverly walking the line between authentically personal and more broadly accessible in its inherent humanity and soul.
“I guess I can’t completely get away from my roots loving power guitar bands. Give me a Les Paul through a Marshall any day!”
Authenticity leads the way as artist and songwriter Zizurrp tells his story from the heart and with musical precision to match.
The kind of band who consistently embrace their audience with the fullness of timeless ambient rock – before imparting a set of ideas and feelings that hit with lasting impact.
Instantly warming in its seasonal downpour of guitars and colourful optimism, Jamie Dunphy and True North return with a gorgeously refreshing classic, in the form of an aptly-titled and well-timed Snowfall.
Strength of songwriting and band-unity stand tall from the outset, as alt-rock fourpiece Circle Creek hit the scene with their energising new project The World Is On Fire.
Appreciating the roots of the genre with a fierce yet crisp rock guitar sound – Tomorrow’s Fate kick off their new album on a nostalgic high.
Soulful arena-rock blends delicacy of pace with vastness of topic, as Atlanta’s Coda Nova get melodically enthralling and deeply poetic, with Fable.