A stylishly captivating and haunting visual and audio depiction of an individual’s battle with inner demons, the UK’s own Howard Kaye releases Nightmares – a heavy hit of alternative, artistic sound design and performance.
A far stretch away from the bells and over-production more commonly on display at this time of year. Joe The Bluesman leans towards the likes of The Pogues with this single, yet maintaining the opening acoustic purity throughout the entire lifespan of the beautifully thoughtful and appreciative Christmas With You.
“Although technology is dividing us and making us more narcissistic, it’s also the only tool we have to spread the message of consciousness and mindfulness.”
Stunning, a perfectly well-crafted expression of frustration, sadness, and hope alike. Absolutely worth the time it takes to listen.
Line undoubtedly is an act set on stirring things up lyrically, offering what no artist has before, and doing so under a professional and skillful musical light. Shocking, uncomfortable, chaotic lyrics ride alongside of pristine ambiances and melodic purity.
Singer and songwriter APOSTOLA presents the purity of acoustic performance intermittently with the dreamlike embrace of electronic production, alongside the unwavering honesty of intimate, unapologetic songwriting throughout this brand new EP.
The final words echo through and linger long after listening. You cannot breathe, I won’t let you – I won’t give you air… It’s a poignant writing style, and the haunting, sleepy style of the arrangement really brings it all home with added weight.
“Lyrically, life just inspires me every day. Songwriting has been a therapeutic outlet for me for over ten years and I can’t help but put my experiences into songs.”
LA’s Lauren Rosas returns this month with a brilliantly immersive new single and captivating video to compliment it.
Intended as a message of hope to other survivors or those currently stuck in this world, You Can’t Hurt Me No More speaks openly and emotionally, touching base on the issue of sex trafficking and reigniting the public’s awareness of it.
In many ways, Francis Bowie is a master chameleon, a champion for eclecticism, yet without sacrificing his sense of self at any point; far from it.
Leading with a touch of that country twang, a blues or folk-like soundscape, a quietly uplifting shuffle of a rhythm, and an almost trip-hop-like aura on the whole, the song strands tall on the strength of its own concept, and Kris Angelis more than delivers.