This step away from production allows for a much-welcomed live sound, and further seals the deal in terms of proving outright that Myyora has a boldly beautiful, interesting and immensely capable vocal style.
“We’re all in this together, we’re all going through this stuff together, but we all have the power to make things better.
London’s Fendahlene impress with ease as this brand new album of originals hits the indie rock scene with beauty and strength united.
The whole thing screams rebellion and motivation all at once, the intensity rising throughout, the track proving increasingly engaging in the process.
For the many who struggle to get started or fear the wrath of negative opinions or failure, Away I Go is a good-vibes reggae-pop song with a beautifully inspiring backbone.
Exploding into life with an immediately brilliant build-up and drop, Geo Moon’s We Vibe is a quickly immersive and simultaneously impressive piece of contemporary alternative pop.
The perfect musical antidote to feelings of difficulty and division, this is a refreshing and energising piece of music and performance – laid-back yet indicative of unity, blending various genres and personalities, in a manner that simply works.
Unique from the offset, Erica Lee Martin’s Take My Picture is every bit the artistic alternative anthem its artwork and title imply.
Setting the scene with industrial soundscapes & fast-paced, forward thinking lyrics that pour through with a sci-fi, cinematic sort of prowess. Ultra_eko is the story-teller, technology is the enemy.
An EP of originals that stylishly bring together elements of jazz, funk, soul and RnB – and all the while promise to inspire, provoke thought, and leave you feeling ready for anything.
Superb songwriting, nostalgic as ever but standing tall on the strength of contemporary reflections that speak to today’s world and its related feelings.
Stylishly blending a jazz-cafe-style soundscape with paired vocals, harmonies, and a fine sense of structure, Greener delivers immediate good vibes instrumentally, and proceeds to weave around you a web of realism that’s strangely calming to listen to.