An uplifting listen, from the heart and honest yet hopeful at the very same time, and cleverly walking the line between authentically personal and more broadly accessible in its inherent humanity and soul.
Instantly warming in its seasonal downpour of guitars and colourful optimism, Jamie Dunphy and True North return with a gorgeously refreshing classic, in the form of an aptly-titled and well-timed Snowfall.
Introducing a soaring rock stomp of a track, Les Fradkin joins forces for California’s boldly bright new single Perfect World.
Acoustic and electric guitars unite for the emotive rise up into melodic and conceptual appeal, as The Amphibians launch their timeless new single The Fall Of Rome.
Always a dream to stumble upon a new favourite band, not least of all in unison with their release of a brand new album.
Tape-deck sensibilities bring nostalgia in recording and style alike, as indie duo Vinyl Floor release their wonderfully organic album Funhouse Mirror.
The UK’s own The Lunar Keys return this month with a beautifully crafted soft-rock anthem of arena-ready presence.
Not quite shoegaze or surf rock or trip hop but something organic and electro-kissed all the same, freely wandering along the lines between them all.
Blending pop-rock qualities with character and alternative appeal, Pidgie leads with emotive intention and a sort of Eels-esque melodic warmth and identity, for Just Breathe.
Enchanting from the outset, blending delicacy and passion by way of acoustic fingerstyle and soaring electric solo-work.
Introducing a five-minute epic of mellow poetic flavours, rising into vastly immersive and passionate peaks – the Middlebees deliver a timeless anthem, with Maybe I’m Dreaming.
Crisp and organic blues pour through with precisely the nostalgic sense of heart and craft implied by the title, as David Meith exemplifies the art of devotion to the moment.