Creativity stands tall and pure, every step of the way, and for all of these reasons Living With The Storm is quickly becoming an indie name that needs to be known.
Beautiful, unusual yet welcomed, relevant – a real pleasure to escape into, to consider, and to feel affected by.
Brilliant, a powerful and immersive piece of music, unconfined by genre, with an addictive progression and a timeless energy that’s likely to draw listeners back time and time again.
A tune for right now, fresh and funny and full of life and energy, and hooks. You need to listen to this…
The Assist have made Life to raise money for the UK’s NHS charities in these trying times, and it’s an accomplished, well-mixed and well-meaning tune with great dynamics and a lot to express over its 5 and a half minute duration.
Fusing a little of The Temper Trap with Of Monsters and Men-style vocal pairing, and a poetic, melodically entrancing songwriting style fit for the likes of Coldplay, Miccoli introduce themselves with soul and strength on this album.
Things get incredibly dark, really reinforcing the essence of the song far more than staying focused on the comedy aspect – there’s a reason the band have made this, there are genuine concerns and issues at its core.
The UK’s own Alvin Davis – otherwise known as Hornblower – has crafted a blissfully seductive, sax-led soundscape with this latest release, and it makes for a beautiful way to enhance a small part of your day.
Flashback plays like an emergency broadcast, urging listeners to go back to the days when we weren’t isolated or prisoners to our earbuds & tiny screens. It’s a call to come back to the club, to stand next to a real person, to experience the beautiful chaos of live music.
The band have a sound that’s theirs; considerate songwriting, unique creativity, thoughtful structures, powerful statements & addictive riffs & melodies.
Now for a little something awesome that we stumbled upon. Broken Witt Rebels – An impressive rock band, fantastic musicians, quality solos just when you need them. It’s hard to really isolate why their sound works so well, the music just has something about it; it’s big, without being noisy. It actually gets better and better … Continued