The expression runs deep, not merely letting the lyrics tell the story, but letting every aspect of the performance scream it out to you.
J-Carter is a thoughtful artist, creative & expressive, unafraid to deal with topics others may stray away from. This is only his second album, and by the rate & quality of these releases – expect bigger & bolder things to keep on emerging.
The production quality & the addictive nature of that bass-line grab a hold of you more & more. It’s a mighty backdrop that works its magic pretty swiftly.
The ideas inspire hope yet again, a delicate level of motivation and understanding – it makes you feel as if everything will be ok
Markson has certainly found meaning in art by magnificently blending classical piano & new age electronica to create an eclectic sound for easy listening across all walks of life.
The band paint these songs from blank canvasses into multi-layered, thoughtfully connected works of expression. On top of this; they bring audiences that essential, authentic rock energy that is so often missing from modern music.
The inspiration is different for every song. Most times it’s to cope or get closure on a traumatic event or season in my life. Other times, I write to capture a moment in time or describe a feeling.
The two artists offer so much passion & skill, their performances are mesmerising. The detail is beautiful – a carefully crafted single that has been so well captured you can listen on repeat & not get tired of the unfolding mightiness & magic.
The time it’s taken to complete this album makes so much sense once you find yourself lost in the midst of it. Seventeen tracks make for a classic hip hop project that will last you as long as you need it to.
The strength of this uniting of elements drives the song. The hook lingers in your mind long after listening & there’s a definite sense of character.
The raw energy of punk rock with the easy going realness of acoustic folk. It’s an organic sound that generally comes across as part of a live show.
More than just a return for the band. There’s a depth to this track, even a darkness, which makes it feel like it’s in a league of it’s own entirely.