Radio Drive’s recently released project is one that brings a bright & emotionally open collection of songs that seem to float somewhere between indie-pop & the more classic rock sounds of the 70’s.
PMKS’ present yet another new release this month with their version of David Bowie’s Heroes – re-imagined in this case as a pro gun control anthem.
Zach’s approach to artistry is so unique right now, he seems unaffected by genre or expectations, and that makes his music feel all the more free.
Everything from the musicality to the performances to the way in which this release has been recorded – it all works towards this shared sentiment of nostalgic raw energy & realness.
As a fan of Kid Mud, Built To Spill, Smashing Pumpkins, The Pixies, there’s something about this sort of performance & this style of songwriting that just connects so naturally & authentically.
Tom Esch brings together the energy & guitar work of indie-rock anthems, and the emotionally heart-felt expression of a solo singer-songwriter, with his latest single.
There seem to be equal parts melancholy & optimism, which is interesting, and ultimately very real & true to each of our own lives as we navigate around existence.
The style of these melodies has something subtly unique about it. On top of this, you can hear the authenticity of the music – you get a clear idea of what a live show would entail – something well worth being on the lookout for.
Showcasing high energy guitars & an organically authentic drum-line, Someone You Know is a fast-paced yet emotionally warming indie-rock single that presents the Sightline Heights sound & songwriting style in a bold way.
Collegians have their own sound & their own approach to songwriting right now. Furthermore, their musicianship is right where it needs to be. A live show is the only thing that would better listening at full volume from the comfort of your own home.
There’s more than just freedom on this project, the very idea of punk holds the key to that anyway, but with these songs you get an element of provocation, and the Thelonious Monk aspect adds so much that manages to escape expectation.
The creatively pure songwriting of Echoglass returns with the indie-roots storytelling and vibrancy of their latest single Little Harwood. Reaching out to their audience for a collection of clips to accompany the release, the video and song make for a captivating and energetic experience, fusing the raw progression and emotion of indie-rock with something unexpectedly colourful and … Continued