Feeling initially like an organic funk-fusion song, She’s Forever tells its story in a high-octane fashion, the vocals hitting the rhythm faultlessly & providing another additive layer for this already multi-coloured & immersive dance ambiance.
Adopting a partly Americana-like manner of writing and sound design, throwing in just a touch of electronic audio play, What Fate Holds proves a quickly warming, folk-pop anthem that’s a pleasure to listen to.
Working its way up from ambient, hypnotic beginnings, through vibrant and energizing tracks, each one flowing on beautifully from the last, July’s Footwork is an inspiring collection of instrumentals that light up the room with ease.
Lost Paradise presents an indie-rock & slightly Brit-pop-inspired soundscape – cascading guitar riffs, a raw drum line, a boy-next-door vocal. Then you get the lyrics, and this long-form, consistently developing melody, which puts me in mind of Freddie Mercury.
The personal touch is hugely valuable, Joemayk offers a true part of himself up through his songs, and that truth is what will draw an audience in.