Featuring soaring electric guitars and a decidedly pop-esque hook that lingers after listening, Touch Me successfully walks the line between mainstream accessible and indie alternative.
There’s something like humour and sadness intertwined, amidst a genuinely likeable musicality that would welcome a live audience with open arms.
Something of a tribal dance project with a welcomed touch of addictive melody & thoughtful, heartfelt writing combined.
Broke’s message is elegantly communicated here, and the smart production and mixing makes the aspirational-lifestyle cage a highly polished and attractive one.
You can escape into this playlist and feel like it was worthwhile, like someone real built it for a sense of understanding – as well as through a clear love for music and performance.
If you see Nordic Daughter billed to perform somewhere near you in the coming months, don’t miss out. The Path is a phenomenal album, one for the long term playlist for sure.
Straight Six take you back a couple of decades with authentically fast-paced, gritty rock & roll on this album – the sort that fills you with fire and an energetic lust for life. Full Circle hits hard from the offset.
It’s hard to put a flavor label on exactly what EverIgnite’s particular strain of rock is, but if I had to describe it – it’s everything rock has been in the last thirty years, aged to perfection & served smooth.
SunFloat opens up with a quickly memorable hook – a rhythmic vocal melody and a characterful voice to deliver it pave the way for an easily recognisable hit.
The organic musicality & the genuine, emotional sound of Erhard’s voice drive the song’s sentiment in a uniquely appealing way – his whispers draw you in, and those bigger moments hit with flawless impact thanks to contrast & his unwavering ability to deliver.
New Beat Fund creates something new with this surf hip-pop (my name for this blend) sunny track Surf Style. The single depicts the southern California four-piece in a distinct & quite colorful class of the their own.
Poetic songs of deep thought, self doubt & reflections on modern life make-up the playlist for Jeffrey Dallet’s album Abnormal Oddities. What pours through is a folk-rock explosion of melodies & upbeat energy.