Bristol’s Ben Asante lays down a series of creative gems throughout the musically immersive, impressive and ambient Blossoms & Sorrows.
Alfonse raises the bar all the more so with impeccable song-writing & euphoric escapism.
Bristol-based brother and sister duo Perfect Soul, Sam and Chelsea Watts, introduce their finely honed skills and unity as a band with this beautifully crafted EP of originals.
It spits energy in a furious, fizzy & diverse arrangement that shows real breadth & intelligence.
Balancing delicacy and grit to a powerful degree, Medusa builds up from gentle, quiet beginnings, to the full-throttle and fast-paced vibrancy of classic grunge rock.
Out of the depths of artistry and human thought, out from behind the bright colours and the iPhones and the ‘neverminds’, the UK’s own musical wizard that is Dizraeli re-emerges from his creative cave.
It’s a dizzying and somewhat psychedelic experience, building to a schizophrenic whirlwind of deliberate dissonance and beauty that’s mashed together before being led to a marching string finale. It’s a singular listening experience that I‘d whole-heartedly recommend, with an extraordinary accompanying video that provides a complementary, slightly unnerving experience. Try both!
It’s a beautifully performed piece of music, but it comes with such a bittersweet wave of feelings – all in all proving to be about as relevant to the sadness behind it as possible.
This sort of energy & perspective hasn’t made waves in this manner since punk-rock first took over the airwaves & the live scene. The organic, acoustic energy of the band makes for an enjoyably rhythmic & quite delicate take on rat-race angst & unstoppable passion.
This track is an example of a producer storming forwards to centre stage, and joyfully, skillfully, thoughtfully; creating an experience for all audiences.
Our very own brains are powered by electrical impulse, do not underestimate the potential of mechanics.
October 31st, 2015 – The release date of the long awaited album by one of the UK’s most creative and inspiring producers, Quidgybopper. ‘Ghosts of the Seven Subways’ is finally available for you to download, and we can officially confirm that it was more than worth the wait. A truly inspired concept album; thirteen tracks … Continued