Things get more and more intense as the passion and speed of the images and ideas rise and rise. It’s clear this is something that lays heavy on the mind and the heart, as it does for most of us.
A storyteller through and through, Letters From Suburbia proves himself to have the ideal name as an act – each song takes you somewhere new, both in mood and in subject.
Dreamy, distant vocals and equally experimental production blend the ethereal tones of shoegaze with a gritty edge of live rock as Maejis Mind delivers an aptly-titled Dizzy.
Whether the moment features long, drawn-out notes for a passionate calling, or quicker riffs and crashing drums alongside storytelling details, the song presents it in an artistic and authentically new manner.
Herman Martinez emerges this season with his third studio album to date, a twelve-track collection of boldly contemplative songs and organic, hypnotic soft-rock soundscapes.
The mind wanders entirely, each journey likely unique to each listener; a powerful trait that only music of intention can truly promise.
Unpredictable yet satisfying, thought provoking, hypnotic and blissfully mighty as a form of contemporary escapism.
Hauntingly direct and captivating piano and strings introduce the drama and cinematic presence of this superb new alternative rock album from composer and artist Adam Angel.
Indie rock rhythms and intimate songwriting back up distorted, subtly catchy arrangements as Crow Hardly tease four original tracks from the soon to be released, aptly-titled album Heart Deep.
Indie rock anthems rich with warm bass, intimate vocals and hypnotic lyrics – the Walking Dolls EP offers a catchy playlist of immersive, emotive and stylish originals.
“We wanted it to be a thrill ride; it gets dark, it gets fast, you catch your breath and then something else happens!”
“The term “Escrow” is commonly used in contracts where those involved are restricted from moving forward until certain requirements are met. The term “Jay” implies a bird that has the freedom to fly anywhere and wherever it wishes.”