Halloween Hopes is a songwriter with a seemingly unstoppable creative drive. No genre or subject is out of reach, and every topic tackled is done so in a professional and, more importantly, engaging and likeable way.
Forever an act worth sitting back and cranking up the volume for, The Stone MG’s bring through some of their best ever songs on this short yet striking EP Good Times.
Five Wheel Drive offer every bit of organic funk and rock that their Americana-soaked name seems to imply, and Try Me is a notably unpredictable, eclectic EP of some of their finest songs to date.
What starts as a mellow and reflective, somewhat Americana-kissed single, soon evolves to become a rock anthem fit for escapism or to kick off a much needed weekend.
Great songwriting, uniquely introspective and appealing for its vulnerability and emotional poignancy alike.
Emerging with a certain instrumental and performance-based delicacy, Empires rises up from simple, expressive beginnings, through a vastly poetic, wholly immersive latter half.
Featuring a blues-rock backdrop that quietly progresses through its rise & fall, the track follows the building intensity & passion of a leading guitar solo – a performance that progresses from simple & reflective, to outright impressive & beautifully hypnotic.
Despite their clear energy & presence online, there’s a certain introverted quietness to their writing & delivery. This is perhaps what reaches out more notably to the many who are feeling so lost & unsure right now.
If you’re taking time out of your day right now to let an indie album run in full, on a whim of a hope that it might take your breath away, Frequency by Italy’s Downflyers is categorically a gamble that pays off.
“We’re all in this together, we’re all going through this stuff together, but we all have the power to make things better.
Kelsey Marchman grabs attention from the offset for this single, with rhythmically engaging, electronically charged vocals, and a powerful sense of rising anticipation both lyrically and musically.
Brilliant songwriting – it’s a pleasure to listen to such a hard-hitting contemporary band with so much vulnerability and realness at the heart of their work.