Dreamy tones, hypnotic melodies and retro compression unite for a nostalgic, shoegaze-esque journey through contemplation and uplift, as Thats Nokay releases the warmth and wonder of LivForev.
Freshly released from his brand new self-titled album of ten original tracks, Acosta’s Those Pearls delivers a quickly infectious sense of poetic optimism and dreamy escapism.
Freshly released from the EP of the same name, the dreamy rock anthem Midnight introduces the immersive and emotive sound of The Frestonians in a beautiful way.
Introducing a near-six-minute, dreamy surf-rock debut from artist and songwriter Adam Babson, Outside Break unites poetic observations and images with the nostalgic swagger of eras past.
Great songwriting and performance, kept simple for the greatest impact – the track is a feeling, presented with stylistic relevance to itself, and that rains down in an addictively poignant way.
Ultimately at one with their own creative freedom, Illusionaut follow the pathway of expression based on each idea or feeling. As such, every song offers equal parts nostalgia and unpredictability.
Taking listeners right to the centre of the arena-rock sound, shoegaze songwriters Age Of Wires blend pop-rock writing with the dreamy embrace of a reverb-soaked live sound.
Heavy distortion and grit unite with hauntingly delicate vocals and shoegaze overtones, throughout the catchy and provocative rock force that is MIRROR.
Other-worldly production traits and distorted, homemade indie rock vibes unite throughout the bass-led emo-rap fusion of genres that is alt suicide’s latest single.
Aptly-titled and immediately uplifting for its strong groove and the sheer crash of those live drums – The Rhythm Bullies offer up a two-track EP that’s quick to set the mood.
“Hopefully, it can help people ride through some tough times knowing that there are so many of us out there that feel the same way. You’re not alone.”
Increasingly proving as catchy as it is emotionally engaging and dreamy to escape into, Kiss Me Like The World Is Ending emerges like a timeless, addictive indie hit.