Always an act set to impress, Mr. Bliss’ latest offering is nothing less than a smooth blues-rock classic – loaded with organic, soulful swagger and a brilliant overall groove that confidently envelops listeners.
Boldly paving its own way, A Frame speaks volumes on behalf of the style, honesty and unpredictability that’s likely to follow from Elise.
LA’s Lauren Rosas returns this month with a brilliantly immersive new single and captivating video to compliment it.
Intended as a message of hope to other survivors or those currently stuck in this world, You Can’t Hurt Me No More speaks openly and emotionally, touching base on the issue of sex trafficking and reigniting the public’s awareness of it.
Paying tribute to faith, a higher being, the single stylishly fuses the ambient choir vibes of Gospel, with hints of subtle soul and rock, evolving consistently and passionately throughout its post-four-minute lifespan.
Brilliantly crafted, poignantly and passionately touching upon the angst and uncertainty of modern life, with impeccable performances from all involved – Let It All Burn is a quickly addictive new rock track, more than worth its weight right now amidst the mainstream contemporary landscape.
Leading with a raspy, gritty and tired yet soulful leading voice, but one that the band stylishly place far back within the mix – creating distance, quietness, a dreamlike quality – Pistol For Ringo emerge with an immediately humble and genuine nature.
Pure rock bliss and absolute character pour through with Jozsef James’ new soulful and hard-hitting single.
Powerfully hypnotic visuals accompany a dark and industrial soundscape for this striking release from LA artist MIKEHAZE.
The opening moments immediately put the listener at ease – here comes that fine fusion of retro electronica and the sounds of the natural world; here comes the dreamland, the ethereal bliss.
At the same time as feeling like a classic hit, this also feels like a moment captured in time – a raw and unedited expression of intimate feelings and poetic observations.
Reminiscent of the likes of Steal My Sunshine, but with a more dreamlike, glossy, shoe-gaze kind of finish – The Reset Era emerges as a video and single set to captivate and compel audiences in a brilliantly unexpected, creative manner.