Jerad Finck’s return this month comes in the form of an uplifting, electro-pop soundscape and a song loaded with emotional longing – a compelling sense of searching for something greater than the self.
Love Hurts welcomes both the uplifting embrace of a synth-soaked EDM backdrop and the heartfelt, passionate connection of a song written with depth and intention.
The song is incredibly personal, and those intimate emotions stand tall – Mr. MooQ has encapsulated the underlying sentiment in everything from the lyrics to the structure to the performance. It’s a quickly likable track, and one that’s difficult to forget once it’s crossed your path.
Don’t Know, Don’t Care is the somewhat timeless new single from LA outfit CHARLY & THE CHARACTERS. It’s a release that appeals more and more so with every few moments that pass by – beginning with a simple acoustic riff, a sense of space and purity, and a leading voice subtly loaded with emotion and personality. As … Continued
A multi-instrumentalist, a creative composer by nature – experience and professionalism meet with a sheer passion for and understanding of music, and that makes these songs a total pleasure to experience.
The song appeals for its intrigue, its classic roots, and that distinct sense of passion and power that pours through as the whole thing gathers momentum.
Andy Jordan & producer Benedict Gibbon have crafted an absolute dream with this latest single. The smooth seduction of that bass-line & Jordan’s softly soulful, raspy leading voice pave the way beautifully – laying out an organic & engaging foundation, upon which the song in full can stand tall & hit with unquestionable impact as it pours through.
Cassie Boettcher’s brand new EP More Than That brilliantly utilizes the opportunity to introduce an artist with a genuine, inherent connection to the music she makes.
Yisa Neeya is the stunning new single from Ghana-based artist Jemda. The song brings together the organic bounce of a world-music-fused soundscape with some superb vocal melodies and a general sense of togetherness and possibility. Without a doubt, this is a song to be played at volume, and one to be shared with those you hold close.
“I as a musician always strive for the best, cause that’s what really makes the difference. The best lyrics, the best melody, the best co-writer, the best producer, the best musicians to play along with, the best recording, the best mix and the best master. There are so many great talents out there, that you won’t have the slightest chance with anything less.”
The intensity rises throughout, but it’s been carefully crafted – it doesn’t overwhelm, it intrigues; with detail, pauses, nature, poetry, and a hypnotic sense of repetition that lets you fall deeper and deeper under its spell.
What Liebeskid does so well is build songs that are complete artistic expressions of certain ideas and feelings. The piano, the soundscape, the vocal tone and words, the melody – even the structure, the space, the stops and the starts – everything works as one to represent the underlying sentiments. Both of these songs are suggestive of an artist in a league of her own entirely.