A single that stands out by a mile for its metaphorical strength, its entrancing melody, and its immediately uplifting musicality – among so many other elements that really help it shine.
A stunning song, masterfully crafted so as to hold tight to your attention throughout, offering multiple layers of personality & openness that allow you to feel an immediate connection with the artist.
Musication Mondays fuses creative passion & work ethic, which is essential, and if this Monday’s single is anything to go by – music fans will be excited to tune in for these scheduled releases in the long term.
Bishop extends her creative reach into the realms of a Regina Spektor inspired vibe with this single. Purity & cleverness fuse to make for something that leaves a gaping void of unwelcomed silence when it comes to an end.
Andrej’s approach to musicality is one of a natural connection to the art, it seems that he has taken on the essence of this song’s concept & considered every possible way to represent it.
There’s a definite hint of Leonard Cohen about Lorusso Jr.’s songwriting & the sound of his voice. The depth & the emotion, the delicacy & grit, all work smoothly together to give the story-line a certain weight & authority.
The duo exercise a sheer love for music – their passion runs through everything, making this far more about the writing & the expression & being lost in the moment than anything deeply rooted in genre or specific styles.
Pieces That Were Stolen is an easy must for fans of modern folk and acoustic pop songwriting. Kris Angelis has a beautiful voice and a genuine way with creative expression.
TheDarkhounds as an artist offers a vast display of ideas and a sense of creativity that is genuinely uninhibited – a rare attribute and one that runs throughout his work.
Walking the creative line somewhere between Jack Johnson & John Butler Trio, with an occasional, relevant dash of emotional turmoil.
More people need to have that drive to say ‘this too shall end’. More people need to wake up each morning, even when they don’t want to, and kick that day’s ass. Accomplishment, personal courage, is the greatest cure for depression.
So much more than a song. It’s an atmosphere, a dream inside someone else’s mind – the results of a well-learned, meticulous musician bent on showing you music that will actually take you somewhere.