Superb, a creatively fresh, unpredictable yet mighty release, with a notable air of identity and artistry about it.
Prior to the release of next month’s new EP Barbie Demons, we caught an interview with artist and songwriter Yes Daddy, to find out more about the project, songwriting and creative inspirations in general, and hopes for the future. Here’s how it went. * * * Hey – thanks for the interview, and congrats on … Continued
Having racked up an impressive number of views on his video for the powerful single When The Radar’s Gone, artist and songwriter Azuri Moon gears up to release his debut EP The Ridge, Vol 1.
Artist and songwriter Adil C leads with equal parts nostalgia and contemporary sound design for this organic and emotive new single.
Raw and weighty piano leads us into a wholly transfixing soundscape for this collaborative single from Cassidy and Tngx.
The imagery driven yet feelings-focused, poetic single Wine Stains introduces a notably unique, intimate vocal style, amidst a fairly simple backdrop that allows the intricacies and openness of the lyrics to pour through naturally.
Introducing the third EP from the four-part project by Seattle’s Like Lions, Election Season proves an incredibly powerful & stand-out release from the entire year, across genres, and it’s a total pleasure to lose yourself within.
Jana’s way with provocative, powerfully human writing proves mesmerizing in this setting, allowing the song to feel as if it was written purely for you – a rare and commendable trait.
Steven Anthony captivates intensely with this brief yet powerful new project Remember to Remember.
Smooth vibes and a vintage vinyl crackle introduce this trip-hop soaked, soul-pop single from artist and songwriter Wendy Lucas.
Fresh from the upcoming album Olive Green, Deleralo is quick to hit with impact as this superb new single emerges.
Six minutes of creatively immersive contemplation and calming rhythms – The Fisherman’s Voyage is every bit as engaging and blissfully calming as its title and artwork imply, and there’s plenty more to appreciate beyond this.