Janna Pelle pays tribute to existence and the unpredictability of death with this latest single, reminding listeners to live life to the fullest as time as not a guarantee for any of us.
Sierra is a song to dance to in the dark, and one could have as much fun head banging alone in the living room as out at the concert hall flouncing with friends.
If it wasn’t for this creative outlet I would have lost my mind. I want people who are going thru things in their lives to take this project as an example of what persistence & never giving up your dream can lead to.
This sort of creative work deserves to be & is indeed the most effective when it is listened to in full. You don’t need multiple sources to make up an escapism or meditation playlist when you have something that has been so considerately & skillfully crafted.
Making clear the distinction between that which is good, musically, and that which reaches just a little bit higher – Micah Woods’ single Fast Track is a song that feels like an immediate classic.
Organic, acoustic, folk-esque instrumentation & heart warming harmonies a-plenty – Megg Farrell’s album Fear Nothing is a total joy to embrace on a rainy weekend. The rhythm & good vibes will remind you of the wonderful things in life.
The ambiance is multi-layered, motivational, expressive, detailed, and on top of this – the song itself is smooth, well performed, characterful, and offers a fresh take on relationship struggles.
An incredible sound; raw, real, beautiful & vibrant. The songs are fantastic, classic after classic, each track as addictive & uplifting as the last.
The rhythm & ongoing melody surround you quite hypnotically, closing you off to the noise of the outside world, making the experience about the here & now.
A musical portrayal or representation of what it is to be alive. The synths & keys offer a winding, unpredictable journey through the mind of the artist.
The nostalgia of the idea, the imagery, the warmth & familiarity of the music; all of this helps really draw you in & connect you to the song & the music.
The best of both worlds – the normality, plus the occasional & crucial glimmer of real depth in the spoken word sections.