This Nostalgia Lost Remix of Say A Prayer brings a quickly enjoyable, vintage dance vibe to the stage, adding multiple layers of energy and colour to the song in an unexpectedly effective way.
The concept & the leading voice remain prominent, calm but steady & always familiar; the essential threads that make this what it is. Elsewhere though, the music builds & builds, moving from mild to immense & dramatic in a few short minutes.
The way the band have structured this – the details, the changing sections – it showcases a thoughtful writing process in line with a shared ability to perform with passion and precision combined.
Listening to Product Of Environment by MJangles will almost certainly inspire hope in you that, despite some current trends, the future of hip hop is in safe hands.
It feels relevant, it brings listeners the simple good vibes to see the weekend through in style, and it marks another creative step forwards for Nephew Sam.
Shane Guerrete’s return in 2018 presents a singer and songwriter who has well and truly cemented his status as a freely creative, thoughtful, skillful, and consistently interesting artist.
I’ve been fortunate enough to work with the most incredible team of people & something they always say is how important & admirable it is to stay true to yourself in an industry like the music world is today.
Shorelines to Sutton have done everything right in getting to where they are. The musicianship is on point, impressive & expressive at the same time, varied & interesting, tight. The songwriting is real & meaningful.
Fall In Love brings together the emotional realness of a singer-songwriter offering, and a gradually intensifying, uplifting trip-hop soundscape – it sounds beautiful.
The raw energy of a folk-rock, knees up band – the likes of which you’d catch around the stages of a summer festival – plus this interesting thread of story-telling & some really appealing set-up choices.
This meeting of classic pop & RnB is not often utilized in modern music – Joan Mercury has her sound & her approach to creativity, and it works in her favour right now.
Purchla’s lyrics are fascinating – the scene he sets, the story he tells, the gore & the observations, the other & the self – all of this is captivating.