Always we’re engaged by Gerbman’s unrelenting confidence as both guitarist and performer – no doubt an impressive artist to witness on stage. An exciting new musician, with a wealth of talent and devotion to the cause, and still at the very beginning of his creative journey.
LAZORE continues to prove himself an artist through and through. The last single was stunning, and once again, though in a completely different way, the new release Break Slowly is boldly evocative and musically sublime.
Humility is a huge part of stevski7’s appeal, and as such, it’s our job as fans and listeners to play the music, share it far and wide, and make its presence known
Already renowned across the Canadian live scene, The History Of Gunpowder continue to break down the boundaries of live performance, showcasing what’s truly possible when authenticity and skill join forces in a fearlessly unedited setting.
Piercingly seductive blues-rock hits with an ever-authentic raw presentation, as live-show extraordinaries The Midnight Shepherds release their latest ode to the organic musicality and passion of times past.
Rainy Thursdays were made for this kind of enchanting rock arrangement – D2UR drown out the noise of the world, with the beautifully melodic, organic and mighty Remember My Name.
Masterful guitar-work incorporates not just a faultless command of the fretboard, but a limitless understanding of space and the emotion required to make music that hits with impact…
Soulful arena-rock blends delicacy of pace with vastness of topic, as Atlanta’s Coda Nova get melodically enthralling and deeply poetic, with Fable.
Promising more than a few moments of sultry, alluring guitar solo-work, and that ongoing blues-rock rhythm that grips the listener and sways them from start to finish.
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.
When a band whole-heartedly embrace the process and even lose themselves within it, so too can their audience.
Not quite shoegaze or surf rock or trip hop but something organic and electro-kissed all the same, freely wandering along the lines between them all.