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.
Hypnotic vocal layers meander across the top of a dreamy, organic soundscape for this intimate and adoring new single from Arhkota.
Literary complexity, intelligent framing of ideas and conscious writing fused with elements of the unknown.
“A heartbreak, a moment of happiness, intense feelings of love for someone or a social message; song writing offers the opportunity to pour any or all of the emotions, thoughts and experiences into a song.”
Sensational acoustic finger-picking starts up this uniquely ambient, organic and genre-fusing single from a conceptually thoughtful, increasingly impressive Flyght Club.
From lo-fi rhythms to live acoustic arrangements, LA’s Dannii Scott drives with creative freedom and strength of subject throughout his recent releases.
Rich Jacques breaks the tension of a tumultuous year beautifully with this poetic and organically gentle acoustic offering.
Tipping its hat to the pop-rock sound of the nineties – and, in hindsight, the retro artwork playing a similar card – Bitch Boy is a catchy number with surprisingly heartfelt, genuine verses to it.