Country warmth and quality songwriting unite for this instantly likeable new single from Karen Lee Batten.
Two Stars Collide – two worlds unite; two artists, of varying genres and experiences, work as one to create something powerful.
A pristinely produced, rather immaculate journey through electronic composition and human thought, and it works brilliantly to enhance your mood and energy when listened to at volume.
Lisa Nicole’s return this summer brings an aptly warm and colorful anthem – designed to celebrate the self and empower listeners with a sense of personal identity and pride.
Wonderful syncopated guitar riffs and piano work introduce Burning Bridges, a zesty and confident piece of modern country, which rattles along at a fair old pace with some terrific vocals from Bree Taylor.
Fresh from the EP V, Kumbaya Party is a chaotic and colourful injection of energy, featuring fast fingers and retro electronic sound-play as it progresses through a plethora of different sections and moments.
Creative producer and DJ Stan Sitwell drives with a unique fusion of retro tones and contemporary rhythms throughout his notably artistic and impressively vast collection of originals.
The tight arrangement has zero slack and we are swept along this tuneful, bombastic country road with some abandon. Fun!
To quote their own subtitles in the video, this tune is ‘shwanky boooyyyyzzz’! It’s confident, full of swagger and fine musicianship. The guitar playing is as crisp and detailed as you could wish for – and the whole is a toe-tapping lesson in full-on groove.
Intense layers of synths rain down hard and fast, as manic EDM beats and fragments of soulful vocals intertwine – creating the perfect mood to kick off your weekend with style.
IAMREBELWILL raises the bar beautifully with this latest release. Showcasing a stunning vocal style from the offset, and a soundscape and performance that gradually and artistically gather momentum and intensity throughout, Til The Sun Comes Down is as smoothly hypnotic as it is hard-hitting and energizing.
Where the experimental aspect has given the piece character and allowed it to stand out, those essential musical building blocks within present a clear knowledge of what works in composition, so there just as many addictive and satisfying riffs and flickers of colour as there are instances of the unexpected.