A strong return to the unexpected yet satisfying and authentically honest traits of Christopher Dallman’s music; those that forever make it so uniquely appealing
Adopting one of song-writing’s most poetically compelling explorations of desire, this cover of Essence pours new life into the single.
One of the best & most unique indie albums to hit the scene this year – Christopher Dallman’s Digital Blue gets an energising make-over, shining light on a whole new aspect of his music.
It’s immediately easy to escape into the sound, and the songs fascinate in a deeply human way that many contemporary pop offerings fail to do.
Christopher Dallman “It’s the first time I wrote something that doesn’t draw its energy from angst. It’s about leaning into your own capacity to experience joy.”
“Live performance, not so much. I did so much when I was younger & my anxiety was so paralyzing & overcoming that for each show took a great & profound effort. Part of my deal with myself getting back into music is that I am absolutely certain that my life is better without that particular spotlight on me & I’m going to honor that.
Songwriter of one of the most addictive alternative pop songs of 2020, Christopher Dallman returns with his industrial rhythms and synth-soaked vocals for another beauty.
Sometimes it’s the seemingly simple songs that take you to the most complex of places. Time Of My Life is a perfect example.
Tha Crown and Mista Marcus captivate brilliantly with this single. Not only is Welcome To My City a hard-hitting and impressive hip hop anthem, but it draws to light a topic far too often left in the dark. Pouring through with a quickly haunting, memorable riff, and heavy beat that promises a cutting rap flow … Continued
Hosting an unmissable event on January 11th – 2020: An Attic Odyssey – Offering the raw cellar-bar aura of a classic music venue, The Murray Attic makes for the perfect setting to experience the live power & volume of rising contemporary rock bands.
Cesare’s return brings a smooth yet bright new beat and a melodically satisfying RnB vibe – whilst also tipping its hat to the contemporary sounds of the hip hop landscape.
“I wanna let all the weird creative kids like me know that it’s cool to be weird and creative. And that art should be selfish, and if you only make art for money, then you’re a whore.”
Darick DDS Spears emerges like a long lost legend, never questioning his own abilities, which, in term, gives you confidence in them as you listen. He carries these tracks in a mighty way, and the album in full makes for a refreshingly considerate, colourful project.