The final words echo through and linger long after listening. You cannot breathe, I won’t let you – I won’t give you air… It’s a poignant writing style, and the haunting, sleepy style of the arrangement really brings it all home with added weight.
Prior to the release of their new collaborative EP, and following their recent introduction to Universal Flow Music, Brutu Music and RemyWest stopped by for a chat about their journey as artists and their plans for the future. Here’s the conversation in full. * * * Hi guys, congrats on the new release. For those … Continued
One of Bentley Records’ newest artists Katherine Appello emerges with a six-track album of unique instances of story-telling amidst an ongoing, engaging, delicate and distant soundscape.
Fuse a little pop-rock ambiance with a flicker of European passion and a clear-cut skill for great songwriting, and you what get, if you’re lucky, is a song just like Drifting.
If Fate Wants To Mess With Me is fantastic, a gritty and emotional piece of classic rock with an edge of blues-rock and a twist of grunge just occasionally.
newkidsdj takes inspiration from the dawn of EDM with this latest release. Compiling five original soundscapes, each one a beautiful and energizing journey in itself, the EP Sentiments is precisely the nostalgic yet exciting playlist classic dance fans have likely been craving.
A huge effort from Through Infinity, crossing borders between genres but always driving with heart & thoughtful songwriting. There are more than a few stand out riffs & moments within the piece to keep listeners coming back for more.
Cap’n Richie’s expression is loaded with unpredictability & simultaneous levels of identity. You recognise his work, you recognise Carmen’s uniquely stylish voice, and you just know you’re in for something with a little more vibrancy & freedom than the average dance offering of today.
These soundscapes are original & forever interesting, but on top of this – the skill with which they are presented is phenomenal.
The song has become something else, been given an alter-ego of sorts, dirty and thick bass-lines and distortion pave the way for the sentiment and the ideas to crawl through.
An easy must for fans of infectious and genuine modern rock. The band have an endearing and ultimately very real sound that is consistently true to their own perspectives and feelings.
Sounding like a clear run off from the original essence & soundscape, the remix feels like a sequel – a sort of, ‘what would happen if the music kept playing; where would we end up?’