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.
Experienced street performer and traveler James Ethington III, currently hanging his hat in New Mexico, emerges this summer with a uniquely creative collection of original songs.
Jana’s way with provocative, powerfully human writing proves mesmerizing in this setting, allowing the song to feel as if it was written purely for you – a rare and commendable trait.
Lisa Nicole’s return this summer brings an aptly warm and colorful anthem – designed to celebrate the self and empower listeners with a sense of personal identity and pride.
LA’s Smokey Dreams offer up some superb songwriting and a journey-ready anthem of a hit with their first single from the latest EP, Electric Kinda Love.
Smooth vibes and a vintage vinyl crackle introduce this trip-hop soaked, soul-pop single from artist and songwriter Wendy Lucas.
Following the release of his brand new album Call Of The Void, we caught an interview songwriter and artist Nasty Lad, to find out more about the music, his journey so far, and his hopes for the future. Here’s the conversation in full. * * * Hi Andrew – great to chat with you, thanks … Continued
Nites Alone bring back the indie-pop tones of a simpler decade with this new single – alongside a fresh edge of contemporary hip hop and sound designed, and a clear stroke of skill on the songwriting front.
Smooth jazz-cafe vibes and an equally smooth yet softly soulful, raspy and emotional vocal lead the way for this incredibly honest, intimate and engaging new single from Mzra Eiller.
Thick distortion and colourful melodic guitar work unite amidst a classic, eighties beat to lead us into this fresh single from Nico Shihadeh.
“It is a bygone wish that proper precautions were taken, as all events today and forever, were preventable. It is a reminder to be prepared for the future as that is all we can do.”