Versatility is crucial these days, though it needs to be alongside a well-rooted level of identity, and Big Oz has it mastered.
LA songwriters Random Parts return this season with a pop-rock ballad soaked in the rising brightness and nostalgia of a timeless classic.
An immediately dreamy ambience leads us into an equally hypnotic rhythm and soundscape for this blissfully produced, beautifully crafted new single from LA’s Mikarlo.
Kicking off the new season with a much-welcomed return to their grunge-led roots – Love Ghost take on darkness and defeat with this hard-hitting, deeply emotive new single.
Fast-paced summer vibes pour through with a quickly catchy hook as this multi-coloured anthem from King P hits the airwaves.
Stylishly crisp, somewhat retro organic vibes meet with classic hip hop vocals for this conceptually intriguing, story-teller of an EP from Bayou Boss K9.
The triumphant return of last-year’s fast-rising rockers Swami Lushbeard brings a boldly poignant single that takes on the state of contemporary society in a fresh way.
Explosive rock rhythms and chaotic electric guitar downpours unite with progressive song-writing and story-telling combined throughout the powerful album Awkward Silence from Ex-Okay.
Superb vocals guide us through the twists and turns of this emotional and musically immersive rock journey. Listen loud.
Emotionally raw and revealing verses pave the way towards an explosively nostalgic, nineties-esque rock hook that urges you to turn up the volume – Deer Pilot hits with unforgettable impact.
The track is delicate then heavy, projecting its underlying intentions and the wave-like life of a nihilist in everything from the lyrics to the performances to the arrangement.
In its essence, Deer Pilot is a no-punches-pulled rock band. There’s no vocal tuning, no fixing, no fakery of any kind. The goal is to sound like real humans playing music. The sound you get live is what goes on the records.