Celebrating ten years since its original release, Isabel & The Whispers re-capture the depth & creativity of their single Dot To Dot, and release it complete with a fresh set of visuals crafted in honour of the celebration.
The project in full transports listeners to some other realm, heightening the energy and brightness of their current moment in a way that only finely crafted music truly can.
Celebrating unity and bringing together music and football fans alike, Copamore offer up a summer anthem designed to spread good vibes and keep people feeling positive.
Openly inspired by the charm and inspiring beauty of Montreal, this new single from DepthCruiser is a brief yet intoxicating journey through organic instrumental delicacy and detail.
Studio C Addendum have effectively raised the bar with this audio experience and story-line. Not just an impeccable hip hop album for 2020, but a musical must for all who crave something different and decidedly interesting.
Offering up a fine injection of authentic rock and roll working in unison with hip hop, the punk-rock core of Power stands tall amidst a quickly captivating vocal performance – one that effectively gives the song every bit of relevant Power it requires to hit with true impact.
Driving with wholly captivating lyrics, the sort that leave you holding on intently for every bar and idea, Beauty is everything the title promises and then some.
This album manages to be conceptually heavy at the same time as being delightfully carefree. In a nutshell, it encapsulates a mindset that we could all use a little help adopting in times like these.
The whole thing speaks volumes on behalf of authenticity, passion, and professionalism. And with the new EP fresh on the scene as well, Kris Savage rightfully shows no signs of slowing down.
Complete with a rising sense of brightness and possibility, as acoustic beginnings progress and evolve into fullness and optimism, The World Again looks toward the future with wide and hopeful eyes.
This heavy, fuzz-soaked riff and chord progression creates a sense of dark confidence, which contrasts well with the quiet uncertainty of the vocal.
Balancing stellar production with a crisp, clean finish, a big bass-line, and a notably contemporary tone – On God tops off a likable experience with an impressive hit of identity and style.