Taking no time at all to warm up, Nonstop to Cairo explode into action with their brilliantly energising fusion of hip hop, punk rock and funk
Organic indie rock of rhythmic and freestyle appeal combined – Autos Jaquet weave an enchanting web of melody, rising weight and story, with Give Me The Keys.
Tape-deck sensibilities bring nostalgia in recording and style alike, as indie duo Vinyl Floor release their wonderfully organic album Funhouse Mirror.
Forever willing to explore the lesser-covered realms of human complexity and pain, 3mind Blight continues to raise the bar creatively, whilst maintaining his edge and identity as an unmistakable artist.
Turn the music up loud and escape into the sound. These are driving anthems, songs of unity, togetherness; the key to positivity and hopeful feelings as we celebrate life and look towards a brighter tomorrow.
“Heartbreak is something that everyone goes through in life, so I’d like to think it’s a relatable song in that instance and if it has an impact on just one listener, I’m happy.”
Classic rock and roll sets the groove from the outset as Electric Standard capture their live sound beautifully, for Half of Half.
Fearlessly passionate vocals and increasingly gritty rock tones build up the weight and presence of BC’s latest anthem.
Stylish hard rock presence, melodic appeal and topical, poetic depth unite beautifully, as Chris Luciani and band deliver their heavily anthemic, addictively provocative Another World.
It’s a sound that speaks volumes on behalf of passion – something that has lingered in the background of Kristi’s life for many years, now making its way to the surface with fearless conviction and power.
Contrasting dreamy guitar arrangements and optimistic grooves with a passionately gritty, distorted vocal devotion, Bangor Transit Authority delve fearlessly into heartbreak and loss.
The single and video for Loner all at once delivers a clear sense of vulnerability, and a helping hand of comfort and understanding. It’s a strangely addictive little journey.