Fascinating stories, imagery that provokes imaginative escapism, musicianship that’s second to none and authentically passionate, even in such precision.
Mighty vocals blending depth and relatability guide us into a rock warmth and conceptual vulnerability for this powerful, engaging new album from fellow Mancunian Rob Murphy.
Uniquely-named and equally unique in craftsmanship – garden on a trampoline delve into the weight of mental-health issues with a powerfully introspective yet musically diverse new album.
Jamie Dunphy and True North blend poetry and reflective self-awareness with beautiful melodies, great riffs, and the natural comfort of organic soft-rock.
“Sophisto were formed in 2016 as a band/mental health awareness project and will continue to exist as just that.”
Beautiful, a fitting, cinematic outro to a story that seemed hopeless but soon revealed itself to be loaded with possibility and lessons.
Featuring a stunning set of visuals to accompany the story-line, Flower Lady adopts a humble groove and brings together warm bass-work, stylish guitar, and smooth indie-pop melodies to build up in a gorgeously immersive fashion.
LA songwriters Random Parts return this season with a pop-rock ballad soaked in the rising brightness and nostalgia of a timeless classic.
There’s a level of vulnerability to Alex’s words, a sense of strength found in the connection with others.
Forever unpredictable in concept, with a musical familiarity but an equally unexpected arrangement in most cases – hooks that reach out with light in the darkness, instrumentals that connect honestly to the lyrics.
Gorgeously crafted, in short – a collection that feels like a timeless album of classics.
Indie songwriter Gliffo returns with another classic pop-rock anthem, this time designed and dedicated to inspiring a sense of self-optimism and empowerment.