On first listen, it’s electro-pop, fused with 60’s melodies; which is cool, nothing particularly groundbreaking, but sounds pretty awesome. Then a lyric catches your attention, and then another, and suddenly you find yourself watching the video three times in a row to actually make sure you’ve not got the wrong end of the stick. There’s … Continued
Sometimes we lead our articles with opinions here at Stereo Stickman. Other times, we lead purely with fact. The following will be absolute, undeniable fact. Will and the People have never let us down. Each track or video they release is every bit as good as we’d hoped. Every gig is exciting, fun, and flawless. Every time … Continued
The 1st of October marks the long awaited release of a brand new track from Australia’s quietly bold gem, Matt Corby. Nothing has quite grabbed us for a while in the way that ‘Brother’ did some years ago, but ‘Monday’, his brand new release, is a beautifully crafted track, with a beautifully placed simple clap … Continued
Some music is beautiful in such a way that it feels familiar, yet fresh, the very first time you hear it. Like those emotions haven’t been soothed in a while, and suddenly this stranger, this artist, knows exactly how you’ve been feeling, and sings it away for you. Such a kind hearted act. Thank you, … Continued
The first Sofar Sounds session I ever saw, my first experience of this unusual living room gig – full of people sitting, silently, while some artist played a song so stunning it should be illegal to have never heard it – that was Chastity Brown. Songs from the Shed introduced me to her, the search began. … Continued
A real musician. A master of his art. The entire vibe of this album will set you up in a perfect mood for the rest of your night.
Ricky Persaud Jr. is a musician based in Irvington, US. His track Welcome to my World caught our ear over at Stereo Stickman, and we thought you’d like to hear it too. The track came out September 2015, it’s fresh, it sounds great, and you can grab it now via Bandcamp. Be sure to follow … Continued