“Those are probably not the best songs in the world, but those are the purest emotion we could give in that moment, no thinking, just what we have forged over the years on our instruments and how we adopt that skills and fit them on the songs.”
Offering over forty minutes of raw, in the moment rock composition, instrumental & experimental, this session from Croatian alternatives Saddle On The Bomb is undoubtedly a thing of artistry.
Roundabout is an EP that has been pristinely crafted and expertly boxed up; ready to gift you a nostalgic and soul-soothing walk through the jazz-soaked streets of yesteryear.
That vocal tone and the style of these songs offers a distinct thread throughout, mood-wise though there’s plenty of eclecticism at work, and for these reasons the album makes for a wonderful playlist to escape within. A mighty follow-up to last year’s release.
Jas Frank & The Intoits are a band with an enjoyably fresh sound right now. As this album progresses, you come to appreciate more and more qualities that give the band their edge.
Grinded Grin hold nothing back and refuse to adhere to expectation or industry standards with this aptly-titled album Reset. Taking their time to craft uniquely ambient soundscapes around the listener, the band offer an original fusion of various musical angles and genres.
A concise but hard-hitting collection of tracks that bring together the raw energy of rock & roll with something uniquely expressive & fresh.
There’s a consistent feeling that a live show would be brilliant – ever changing, always interesting, always emotionally authentic; generally an awesome experience.
Just 17 years old, already crafting tracks that hit hard & present an all-important level of professionalism with a satisfying, supremely polished finish.