Blending a classic soul-pop set-up with a songwriting structure that powerfully highlights the underlying sentiments of the song, Feels Like The World’s Stopped Turning addresses heartbreak in an open and intimate fashion.
Leading with uniquely expressive musicianship and a clearly intentional, thoughtful manner of writing, Al Knight kicks off 2020 in precisely the way he intends to see it through. Just one of a plethora of new singles set to emerge in the coming months, Wherever You Are is a soft-rock ballad of sorts, rising up from … Continued
Featuring backing vocals & piano from co-writer Ronald Woudenberg, ‘Alright’ uniquely meets a ballad-like aura with hints of Americana in the form of subtle yet satisfying guitar bends.
Fifteen original tracks from one of our generation’s most uniquely expressive, talented, and prolific songwriters.
ALDEN GROVES drives with unstoppable creative passion on this latest project. Whatever you’ve heard from him before, Reality Check rightfully reignites a whole new vision of the artist at work.
Ascended Man takes listeners through the artists’ journey towards enlightenment, realization, oneness. It’s a pleasure to witness, and it leaves a lasting sense of possibility and joy.
Beautiful, songwriting with meaning, crafted to reflect on the past, the present, and offer a simple yet sublime sense of well-being.
Canada’s Tanya Ryan has crafted a pop-rock classic for this release – a song with a deeply personal core that reaches out in a bold and profound manner.
When the song’s hook hits it initially feels like a Fleetwood Mac moment, later tipping its hat to the songwriting style of The Cranberries – the warmth of this sudden arena of instrumental layers, the rise up to these passionate vocals, this melody.
Championing the story of the legendary relationship between Johnny Cash and June Carter, I Walk The Link For You feels like a quickly familiar, comforting hit.
Continuing to outwardly revel in the joy of songwriting and composition, Gliffo creates waves once more with his third original single.
The accompanying visuals suit the changing mood of the track perfectly well – these colors being thrown around at the blank white canvas of a wall seems to pair up beautifully with the inner conflict and honest expression at the heart of the song.