Strength of songwriting and warmth of arrangement unite beautifully for the heartfelt new pop-rock single from artist and musician Joe Savage.
Hypnotically blending distortion and melody to a passionate and immersive degree, EyeeTee brings the energy, intensity and heart to modern rap and rock-fusion.
Bringing things back to the bare essentials, an ever-recognisable Alex Genadnik takes on a 1959 piece by Bulat Okudzhava, and delivers a beautifully acoustic rendition that warms the soul.
The Company I Keep has the makings of a timeless hit, but with a genuinely heartfelt sense of pain and longing. It effectively becomes an alternative indie force on its own unique trajectory.
Nostalgic funk and synth-dance vibes pour through to immediately lift the mood, as Eli Purks adopts a seductive falsetto lead for this impressively crafted, no doubt Prince-inspired single Get High.
Dedicated to mathematician and scholar Ada Byron, the project celebrates someone understood to have been the first programmer of human history.
Introducing a catchy stomp of an electronic-pop-rock track, Jake Hays brings the colour and anthemic presence to modern music, with the unavoidable groove and character of All I’ve Got To Say. Making fine use of melodic fragments in everything from that four-to-the-floor rhythm to guitar flicks and varied vocal sections, All I’ve Got To Say … Continued
Heartfelt by design and with musicianship as emotive and thoughtful as the lyrics, Anthony Hemsey’s single Just Fine sets the mood with poetic reflection and a simple rising soundscape.
Singer and songwriter Marc Ambrosia returns with a fitting edge of emotive identity, for this stunningly delicate to passionate new album of originals.
“I tend to be a lamenting person, so glamorising and dramatising the feeling of love, grief, sadness and loss is a comfort to me. Going to that place provides escapism from the rest of life that is less romantic feeling.”
The comfort and escapism of alcohol stands tall in the optimism and brightness of the music, whereas the darker reality of the grip of addiction pours through in the relentless longing and lostness of the lyrics.
Somehow immediately recognisable as Carnival Mind, the simplicity and brightness of a live acoustic guitar, strummed with clear passion for what lies ahead – 5am is the band’s latest earworm…