Creative production and brilliantly anthem-like, rhythmic vocals work in unison to help make this one of the freshest and most memorable alternative hip hop tracks to hit the scene this year.
Passionate soul-rock amidst a plethora of addictive grooves – Hybrid Blues’ new self-titled debut album is a fine collection of engaging, seductive originals.
This natural set-up, these finely tuned performances – we’re all missing the live scene and the festivals right now. Fortunately, Get Down & Funk is here to do its absolute best to fill the gap. Enjoy.
The creatively uninhibited, hard-rock act Merrin return this summer with a brilliant fusion of versatility, superb musicianship, and engaging songwriting.
“Someone I greatly admire once said to me ‘find what’s uniquely yours and cultivate it’, so that’s pretty much what I do.”
Electronic music doesn’t get much more immersive and interesting than this – particularly when crafted to such a unique degree, with the perfectly consistent presence of professionalism and a clear passion for audio escapism.
From the perspective of purely a music fan, this is precisely the kind of skillful but smooth, organic good vibes you can turn up loud and trust in to make the evening feel a little more vibrant
Sometimes a simple acoustic ambiance & a string of lyrics that matter or mean something are all that’s needed to make a song connect. If You’re Wrong, by artist & songwriter Richard James Grist, is an ideal example.
We’re showcasing today a particularly unique and wonderful artist, who has done something truly extraordinary with her talent. Not only is Rachel Dawick something of a pioneer herself, for embarking upon a journey to explore and share the somewhat unspoken history of women from her country’s past, but she has become so by means of … Continued
I haven’t been excited about a heavier sounding band since I scratched up all of my Papa Roach, Puddle of Mudd, Seether, and Audioslave CD’s in a low quality car system five years ago. What a poor sentence to open with, way too lengthy, I apologize. Anyway, five years is a long time to be without a … Continued