Strength of songwriting meets with a familiar pop-rock set-up and refreshingly original lyrics and melodic threads, as Kathy Zimmer launches the timeless and emotionally conflicted Extremist.
Promising a wave of escapism that’s addictively powerful, leaving a sense of imaginative lostness that keeps the body calm yet the mind wandering through the various what-ifs and aches of modern life.
The ‘music as a gift’ company will be releasing response songs to chart-topping singles each month, and November sees the release of one in light of Morgan Wallen’s viral country breakup hit Wasted On You.
Out On A Whim serves as a fine introduction to Pirritu’s upcoming album, leading with delicacy and optimism to explore reflections on love and personal connection.
Romain has built an impressive following over the years, thanks to his passionate devotion to the artform and his captivating street performances.
Organic rock and roll, emotive and raw, pours through with rhythm and blues combined, for the anthemic and passionate I Wanna See You Again.
Remembrance and celebration unite as lifelong songwriter and musician garden on a trampoline delivers an extended album of originals, crafted across 30 years of musicianship.
Authenticity leads the way as artist and songwriter Zizurrp tells his story from the heart and with musical precision to match.
Lochlan Shaw sets the mood and elevates listeners from the outset, as his boldly bright and energising new project A Part Of Me Will Always Be You pours onto the scene.
From her early years performing in a church choir, Bunny has built up a passion and talent for the stage – alongside an unwavering vocal ability that naturally elevates her original releases.
Hauntingly raw and intimate in both lyrical honesty and presentation, GloriousM crafts a painfully true depiction of adoration, love and heartbreak, for Lost In You.
Just fifteen years old and already more poetically reflective than most, Simon Val leads with a folk to pop-rock presence for his EP Young Love, and fearlessly explores the highs and lows of precisely what the title implies.