Having racked up an impressive number of views on his video for the powerful single When The Radar’s Gone, artist and songwriter Azuri Moon gears up to release his debut EP The Ridge, Vol 1.
It’s immediately easy to escape into the sound, and the songs fascinate in a deeply human way that many contemporary pop offerings fail to do.
Artist and songwriter Adil C leads with equal parts nostalgia and contemporary sound design for this organic and emotive new single.
“This is admittedly trite and cheesy, but you miss the shots you don’t take. I look forward to exploring all the different ways I get to grow as an artist, even if some ways are successful and others are not.”
What starts as a mellow and reflective, somewhat Americana-kissed single, soon evolves to become a rock anthem fit for escapism or to kick off a much needed weekend.
Great songwriting, uniquely introspective and appealing for its vulnerability and emotional poignancy alike.
Following the release of his brilliant new project Mr Shane, we caught an in-depth chat with artist and songwriter Shaney Poo, to find out more about his unique sound, his journey so far, maintaining and inspiring good vibes, and his hopes for the future. Here’s the conversation in full. * * * Hi Shane – … Continued
The imagery driven yet feelings-focused, poetic single Wine Stains introduces a notably unique, intimate vocal style, amidst a fairly simple backdrop that allows the intricacies and openness of the lyrics to pour through naturally.
Fresh from a brand new upcoming album, led by piano and delicate, authentic vocals, Mandy Rowden’s Sing Hallelujah proves a heartfelt, raw and intimate portrayal of human depth, difficulty, and determination.
Introducing the third EP from the four-part project by Seattle’s Like Lions, Election Season proves an incredibly powerful & stand-out release from the entire year, across genres, and it’s a total pleasure to lose yourself within.
Featuring a fairly organic set-up, complete with leading harpsichord, the song builds up beautifully, and makes fine use of a select few simple yet striking lyrics – The quips I used to make now generate no laugh…
Music has always played a strong role in reminding us of the hopeful qualities in life, and Jeremy Roske’s A Little Love couldn’t have come at a better time.