Leading with authenticity of topic and pouring her truth into the process, artist and songwriter diet black delivers a series of contemporary alt-pop originals.
Dreamy electric guitar of descending, hypnotic patterns and subtle solos make up the opening moments of a warmly organic embrace from Montreal’s Simply Brick.
Introducing a blissfully genuine, musically calming and conceptually honest display of humanity – musician and artist Rainbrain offers the embrace of organic escapism throughout a beautiful, self-titled EP.
Freshly released from the EP Apart From My Heart, Theredspirit’s I Live In The Moment showcases the dreamy and emotive nature of the artist’s music in an intimate and genuine way.
Conceptually intriguing and melodically infectious, Josh Menon and Ovvl Eyes join forces for a dreamy and revealingly vulnerable uglyboy.
Dreamy, distant vocals and equally experimental production blend the ethereal tones of shoegaze with a gritty edge of live rock as Maejis Mind delivers an aptly-titled Dizzy.
The mind wanders entirely, each journey likely unique to each listener; a powerful trait that only music of intention can truly promise.
Creatively mighty, eleven original tracks with no single sound or style to hold them down – West Of House get topical and immersive as the wonderful, powerful and provocative Drown The Wind emerges.
Slowly but surely, the imagery and the implications offer a powerful hit of escapism – an appropriate response considering the personal lyrical journey towards the hypnotic repeat of ‘I’m on the moon’.
Indie pop colours and warmth meet with a subtle edge of rock for this organic and uniquely live-sounding collection from Canada’s DavidPineapples.
Michigan’s Tiny Tree showcase the strength of pure escapism with this uniquely provocative, engaging and musically mighty new album.
Explosive rock hooks, anthem-like structures and fearless indie purity – Patrick Lew Band keep their sound eclectic yet passionate throughout an incredibly versatile collection of originals.