LA’s Grey House lay out a series of impressively atmospheric, emotive and dreamy soundscapes with this latest EP. A follow-up to August’s full-length album, the project Pale Dream kicks into gear with a purely instrumental wash of mesmerising alternative rock. This creative edge stands tall throughout the collection – eclecticism is a defiant strong-point, and … Continued
A beautifully promising debut single, part of a week of impressive releases – they do say great music comes from times of great difficulty.
Sometimes things get intimate, other times they stand back and stare at the world, attempting to deliver an explanation.
This is a rare kind of music that you can actually create your own art or music in the company of, without feeling distracted or overly influenced. It works for you, not against you.
The Persian Leaps are an alternative rock band offering high energy and anthem-like, almost noughties indie or BritPop songwriting that runs riot through this new album.
The psychedelic, experimental aspects take over increasingly as the track goes on, ultimately evolving into a brilliantly hypnotic groove that’s somehow managed to be genuinely unique among today’s musical landscape.
Singer and songwriter Vidaus has just released his deeply contemplative, atmospheric new album Don’t Check My Arms Pt.1. We caught an interview with him to find out more about the project, its underlying themes, and his aspirations as an artist. Here’s the conversation in full. * * * Hi Vidaus, thanks for the interview, and … Continued
An album that softly breathes its insecurities & uncertainties into the room around you, creating immediately calming ambiances, yet each one with an air of concern or unsettled freedom.
A softly artistic, interesting and enjoyable song, from an EP that hopefully marks the start of an artist career well worth tuning in for.
“Expect that some people may hate what you’re doing, but do it anyway! Criticism is inevitable and some people allow the opinions of others to destroy them.”
Effectively bridging the gap between pop-rock and lo-fi, almost shoe-gaze-like tones, the single rains down with organic purity, engaging rhythms, and crisp, clean nostalgia.
This album is something like progressive shoe-gaze, less soaked in reverb, with a little more clarity, and really just a creatively free and fairly unique angle to it. Worth a listen if considerate and intentional songwriting draws you in – as well as delicately hard-hitting rock backdrops.