Soulful arena-rock blends delicacy of pace with vastness of topic, as Atlanta’s Coda Nova get melodically enthralling and deeply poetic, with Fable.
Creatively trippy production elevates the unique take on trap that is the sound of Atlanta’s Brandonrxse, throughout the brief yet hypnotic EP The Kid.
Explosive new music from Coda Nova hits in the form of a chaotic and enchanting Ganymede.
Creatively encapsulating the phenomena and beauty of transformation, artist and songwriter Demond presents a stunning collection of originals.
Distorted intensity and hypnotic melody unite beautifully throughout this anthemic, increasingly heavy and vastly contemplative debut from Atlanta fourpiece Coda Nova.
XION MCKNIGHT keeps his tone humble, almost tired and quietly expressive throughout the various different paces of the track. Everything is low-key yet likable, calm yet intense in emotion and purpose.
The unique sound of Winchester 7 & the Runners emerges this season with that unmistakable ukulele pop-rock presence and some of their best songwriting yet.
“I’m rather accomplished in martial arts. I’d guess you wouldn’t expect it, but I’m a black sash (belt) instructor of a style of Wing Chun kung fu, actually. I teach it to my daughter to help her be capable of defending herself.”
“I like to leave things open. Theres’s enough surface value for anyone to enjoy and there’s a lot of easter eggs for people who want to explore further.”
Herman Martinez emerges this season with his third studio album to date, a twelve-track collection of boldly contemplative songs and organic, hypnotic soft-rock soundscapes.
The distinctive sense of identity about Cvlii’s sound is everything from his voice to his writing and the very set-up of each track.
The purity is quite breath-taking on occasion, and the unique meeting of folk-like tendencies with bigger-band structures works in favour of those forever refreshing melodies that always seem to emerge.