A beautiful collection of songs that flies high on the wings of its sonic ambition & musicianship & boasts dynamic vocal performances that can flip effortlessly between coruscating & heart-wrenching.
Hypnotic guitar work and a clear sense of live performance appeal – ReHumanise weaves a creative web of sound and concept around listeners with this powerfully immersive new single. Leading with a kind of loop-pedal-esque fusion of tribal rhythms and other organic layers, The Sacred Realm of Sokar seems to unite elements of a Xavier … Continued
Not even reaching the two-minute mark, Closure is as concise and heartbreaking as its title implies.
The soundscape and that leading voice evolve into operatic realms later on, leaning towards power-rock with multiple layers of passion and intensity intertwining; not least of all a beautiful and welcomed touch of electric guitar solo.
As arrangements of classic pieces go, this is, by definition, a unique one and it’s always satisfying when the quality of the piece is matched by the ambition of the arrangement.
Fire is a riot of sound and culture, and may be the ultimate feel-good ethnic mashup!
A strong sense of identity stands tall throughout, and while the EP is surprisingly eclectic, it holds close to these inherent, creatively interesting values.
Introducing Lady Jay with professionalism & passion united, Anywhere You Dey is an eclectic & world-music-inspired project of smooth musicality & soulful anthems alike.
This global spirituality seeks to make us all realise our oneness, our unity as life itself, and this composition plays a stunning role in drawing focus towards that.
There’s a dreamlike, natural-world quality to the entire arrangement. It’s a busy set-up, but it doesn’t feel that way – the in-the-moment jam session presents a level of unity, which lends its oneness to the listener from afar.
“Although technology is dividing us and making us more narcissistic, it’s also the only tool we have to spread the message of consciousness and mindfulness.”
A collaborative project with a uniquely creative and artistically free twist to it. Puerto Rico’s Silvermouse emerge with a full-length album designed to take listeners somewhere outside of themselves; or further within than ever before.