“The Glass Man is centered around my insecurity as an artist. With rap, I feel the criticism can be much worse than other genres. I wanted to make this album into a story that unfolds as my emotion and attachment to rap become unglued.”
The lyrics feel incredibly unique, unorthodox yet still profoundly relatable – a line walked with faultless ability from McKay.
The storytelling is second to none, the self-reflection honest yet relatable, and the musicality and performances simple yet stunning.
Purity of organic arrangement and instant optimism guide us into the inspiring new country-folk single from Shane Scarazzini and EightFingers.
Justin Payne & Co. take listeners into a sick suburban hell, with the infectious indie-rock anthem bad vibes.
“Even on the tougher days I’m still pretty confident because I can see the pieces coming together like they’re supposed to.”
Aptly-titled and immediately uplifting for its strong groove and the sheer crash of those live drums – The Rhythm Bullies offer up a two-track EP that’s quick to set the mood.
Nashville songwriter and artist Meg Williams brings an air of depth and identity to the modern indie scene, with an album crafted from contemplation and heart.
Cool production and catchy pop meet with quickly addictive melodies and a satisfying funk core for this infectious new single from Stevie Brock.
Mandy McMillan’s return this season brings a beautifully ambient, classic country set-up that’s quick to calm the room.
Always an act worth pausing for, though your stillness will be brief in this case – Shane Scarazzini aims higher than ever with an addictively energising, folk-rock knees-up entitled West Virginia Girl.
“I feel things very intensely; so if I accidentally hurt someone’s feelings or upset someone I care about it’s soul crushing to me and damn near debilitating.”