From age-old rhymes to classic rock rhythms and fake news, this EP provides a conceptual, deeply thoughtful and blissfully creative look at the tales of our time.
It hares along with a terrific sense of its own purpose and knows exactly what it wants to do. It wants to get loaded and it wants to have a good time. Coming to it cold, that’s just about what I want to do, too.
Leading with uniquely expressive musicianship and a clearly intentional, thoughtful manner of writing, Al Knight kicks off 2020 in precisely the way he intends to see it through. Just one of a plethora of new singles set to emerge in the coming months, Wherever You Are is a soft-rock ballad of sorts, rising up from … Continued
I’m reminded of the quality and spirit of Joni Mitchell throughout certain phrases of Mockingbird, and I’d like to think that Alpha cat would approve of such a comparison – as she’s something of an ‘alpha cat’ herself. A very clever song, with memorable lyrics and a very deliberate production.
Featuring heavy bass-work and a contrasting vocal and melodic riff lightness, Songs For Sabotage drive with poetic and soulful intention on their latest single.
Alternative rock composition and live performance unite for this uniquely conceptually, deeply artistic and impossible to ignore album from Michigan’s Tiny Tree. Embolism is a project with meaning, depth, and an insatiable thirst for expressing the inexpressible.
A dash of Pearl Jam, a touch of Classic British Rock, a few hints of vibrato and a stunning use of contrast – Ibiza ’98 from the UK’s own NEVERMAN is a superb new single, and a brilliant taste of what’s to come from their upcoming EP.
Almost reaching the six-minute mark, this is a composition with direct, unwavering intention. There’s a story at work, and STEREOSIGHT have committed to expressing that by whatever means necessary.
There’s a hint of Awolnation to the use of contrast here, the sudden drop from quietness into immense power and fuzz. At other times, the lead vocals lean towards the more classic rock and roll stars from way back when – Led Zeppelin, AC/DC.
The whole set-up feels brilliantly nostalgic, awesomely passionate – proceeding to whisper then scream out on behalf of your anxieties; always melodically, always with a certain poetic lyrical intention that again feels genuinely new.
Emerging complete with a captivating and poignant animated video, Miami’s Ateo Feo tackles inequality with his latest single, and raucously encourages people to unite.
In short, Tragedy Channel have crafted something unexpected – something that caters to our desire to re-live the nineties; those alternative rock hits that surprised and satisfied in ways we could never have predicted.