The soul that comes through seems effortless & natural, the performance expresses the emotion of the moment beautifully.
What emerges as a soft natured ballad with a gentle jazz backdrop, soon erupts into a funk & soul driven escapade – complete with a sensational sax solo.
Utterly refreshing to stumble upon. Soaked in a Stevie Wonder style soul & funk, the song just oozes character & addictively good vibes.
The songwriting is refreshingly honest & reflective of the upfront reality of life. The depth & soul of any great singer, beaming with individuality.
Join the superb Acheini Ben-Ameh & Roy Dalley as they perform originals as well as classic covers from Tina Turner, Dusty Springfield, The Eagles, and more.
Far from formulaic, these songs appear as a passionate stream of consciousness, a jam, a collective pursuit of creative freedom & therapeutic expression.
James Keen’s vocals are always up there as a personal favourite. Ran For Cover showcases those unique & hypnotic characteristics in an almighty manner.
It makes you crave a live show – the instrumental flickers & the feeling expressed throughout would likely reach even higher plains in a real time setting.
Confidently enticing the summer season, Noizy Neighbourz have their finger on the pulse of what audiences are likely to embrace over the coming months.
There are numerous hooks & riffs to revel in but there’s equally as much genuine emotion & reflective artistry. Well written, thoughtful, inspiring songs.
A well rounded piece of songwriting with an easy to listen to, uplifting ambiance that’s loaded with good vibes.
The artist’s vocal performance has a wonderful warmth & strength to it. The song is well written with enough quirky, unique character to make it stand out.