Offering up a fine injection of authentic rock and roll working in unison with hip hop, the punk-rock core of Power stands tall amidst a quickly captivating vocal performance – one that effectively gives the song every bit of relevant Power it requires to hit with true impact.
Each track has its own setting, its own mood, memories, and associated images. To transform these visual musings into music is a wonderful thing.
‘I would say to him “Kurt, I know that you have many issues, but don’t you ever put your finger on the trigger.”’
Home-made rock and roll with blissful dashes of Americana and superb songwriting every step of the way – this is an album built to embrace and be embraced in times of struggle.
The creatively uninhibited, hard-rock act Merrin return this summer with a brilliant fusion of versatility, superb musicianship, and engaging songwriting.
A chaotically whirling Western tune, designed to get those knees up and the whole crowd dancing – lost entirely in the raw energy of the performance – Been Bad For Me is a uniquely impressive blend of country-rock and blues that’s quick to leave its mark.
Driving with a psychedelic shoe-gaze set-up and a deep-running desire to break away from the norm, Texas alternative indie act SAGASAW brings a swirling chaos of organic and distorted musicality, to rain down around you in a wholly immersive fashion. Following an unfortunate stint in hospital with poor health, SAGASAW emerged with a goal in … Continued
Tackling the topic of the Caroleans, soldiers of Swedish Kings Charles XI and Charles XII, during the late 17th and early 18th centuries, To The Fallen Sons is a uniquely mighty progressive rock and metal composition.
The whole tune screams purpose and direction and is all about feel. Harmonic relationships are employed on the guitar sounds to build warmth and develop interest, though the whole arrangement of Realise also (for me) replicates a transmission that’s broken, hypnotic and dirty, and no less urgent for all of that.
Chemicals kick things off, presenting a fast-acting power-chord progression, raw drums and an equally raw vocal line that lays bare a deeply reflective, poetic string of lyrics.
Beautifully raspy vocals lead the way through this progressive rock soundscape and emotive lyricism that is Dear Blue. Creatively blending an array of rock influences, from cinematic to punk-pop in the various sections of the set-up, the single pours its longing sense of love and desire into the room with unquestionable and increasing passion. While … Continued
We all dwell on our mistakes, we all overthink and find ourselves lying still in utter silent chaos. Awake encapsulates that state of being, and it couldn’t come at a better time.