Intense and heavy, five minutes of bars and meandering, carefree flows, alongside a haunting, repetitive and all-consuming beat; No Jumper digs its claws into the scene.
Normal Suits take a heavy stomp of a rhythm, distorted guitars, and a retro vocal tube to lead listeners through a unique story & indie-rock-to-grunge-esque soundscape.
Brilliant rock vibes pour through with a fine fusion of classic progressive & contemporary song-writing for this brand new album from Baltimore’s Kevin Strasser.
Certain ideas or fragments of voice are repeated to a hypnotic degree, and meanwhile – the song’s accompanying video builds further on this captivating, notably human aspect.
Brilliant songwriting – it’s a pleasure to listen to such a hard-hitting contemporary band with so much vulnerability and realness at the heart of their work.
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.
Accomplished, fun and thoughtful, Dream is a great calling card for what Silent Gnomes are all about.
Lorine Chia has a sound that is undeniably hers, and the way she floats through the stages of the track, with softness yet intention, is beautifully captivating; and genuinely refreshing amidst today’s musical landscape.
“Baltimore is an eclectic hodgepodge of artistic freedom. We have long stood with one foot firmly planted in the Blues but aspire to seamlessly pivot from genre to genre. I can’t stress how important it is to keep that other foot firmly planted in the Blues!”
Airwaves Spectacular return with a totally eclectic and creatively colourful new album this year. The aptly titled Sinemadik takes the listener on wild ride through audio experimentation, upbeat energy, and provocative conceptual depth.
Prior to the release of their long-awaited album, The Kelly Bell Band burst onto the 2019 scene with a brilliantly vibrant and beautifully upbeat blues-rock classic entitled Long Train.
Boo Cat is alternative, for sure – appealing for its edgy weirdness & the way the music & the voices do whatever the hell they need to. At the same time, the melody is undoubtedly something of an ear-worm – I’d be surprised if anyone could walk away not humming at least one line from the song.