As always, there’s no mistaking the voice and rap stylings of Comatose Red Ivy. The music forever evolves, but vocal integrity rings true regardless.
Conceptually provocative and musically enveloping to match, Tree Hill leads with absolute purpose and depth throughout a beautifully contemporary, long-form and unpredictable yet uplifting Jupiter.
Introducing a captivating journey through colourful musicianship, experimental sound-play, and distant spoken word in the style of a documentary voice over.
Emotive piano and emotionally drained vocals aptly unite as Comatose Red Ivy addresses the ache of separation throughout a hauntingly honest Take This Dance.
Easily the most versatile, eclectic project from Ivy so far, and musically a definite highlight given the natural connection between the soundscapes and the grit and passion of the voice.
The haunting and later tribal musicality and the beauty of the lyrics unite to create an increasingly euphoric feeling.
You kind of get to experience an emotive series of soundtracks alongside a strangely relatable, angry yet honest podcast or monologue. It’s a unique thing, inspiring a sense of freedom of expression & emotion.
Spoken word artist and award-winning author Mimi Novic collaborates with renowned violinist Edmond Fokker, for a vocally guided neo-classical journey through the depths of love and the human connection.
Award-winning author & artist Mimi Novic joins forces with Grammy-nominated songwriter & producer David Courtney for this brand new, aptly-titled & musically impressive concept album.
A painful yet powerful piece of music & performance, which seeks to unite those of us who have felt the weight of suicide in some way or another.
Continuing to outwardly revel in the joy of songwriting and composition, Gliffo creates waves once more with his third original single.
One of Bentley Records’ newest artists Katherine Appello emerges with a six-track album of unique instances of story-telling amidst an ongoing, engaging, delicate and distant soundscape.