With stunning musicality throughout, a plethora of lyrical gems, and an overall embrace that naturally celebrates the album as an artform in and of itself, this is one worth knowing about.
Introducing a personal favourite track from the month so far, Boston’s Electric Standard raise the bar in a subtle yet striking way.
The sound moves from crystal clear to reverb and effect-drenched throughout a unique fusion of melancholic pondering and outright musical optimism.
Ever the artist for the sheer versatility and expressive variation from one release to the next, 3mind Blight breaks things down to the bare essentials for an acoustically led, poetically loaded and deeply personal, revealing new single.
The self-reflection is uninhibited, in both performance and lyric, and once again it’s this willingness to be entirely and unapologetically real that elevates the band considerably.
“We never doubt our instincts, We trust our ears, if it sounds right it usually is… We don’t wait to be told our songs are good, We know it when we write one.”
Introducing a stunning ode to the 20th anniversary of George Harrison’s passing, Ferris Durden take on another timeless classic, rebuilding While My Guitar Gently Weeps in a beautifully moving way.
Ambient sound-design with subtle soft-rock guitar work and organic drums walks hand-in-hand with a breathy, intimate and revealing vocal line.
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.
The work of a songwriter extraordinaire, whom you’d be forgiven for considering as one of the professionals of a simpler time; hiding under some new AKA for authenticity or a fresh audience.
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.
Once again, Sid Hagan and friends excel themselves. Poetic, powerful, all-consuming – the kind of song that begs for you to just drive and drive as the music rains down. Beautiful, heartbreaking, genuine.