A modern day work of art in its own gripping & gritty way. As a hip hop project, it speaks volumes on behalf of the talent & dedication standing tall just beneath the mainstream radar.
Philadelphia’s Almshouse re-work an infamous classic with this release, re-crafting everything from the pace to the melody to the instrumentation and overall mood – this is Auld Lang Syne as you’ve never heard it before.
It’s a moment of power and darkness, but it brings through a kind of nineties-style nostalgia, a vintage driving ballad bravado, that you can’t help but crave a little more of once it comes to an end.
A song that is vulnerable, yet bold and has a strong message, but gets your toes tapping is always the goal when writing!
An album of complex, hybrid sounds that somehow come together & work in harmony to create what is easily Cohen’s best work yet.
Very rarely in life do you come across an artist that has immeasurable levels of talent with an innate star quality that can’t be learned, and just know it’s only a matter of time until they hit it big. Kingsley is one of those artists – his self-titled debut is a master class of the pop-rock genre.
The track is subtle but certain in its fusion of genres & in driving with an authentic approach to expression & a clear love for & connection to music. There’s something about a track like this that makes it need no real introduction
Showcasing high energy guitars & an organically authentic drum-line, Someone You Know is a fast-paced yet emotionally warming indie-rock single that presents the Sightline Heights sound & songwriting style in a bold way.
The band have crafted this collection with absolute consideration & skill, and not at the cost of that crucial creative freedom that makes it so unique.
A short yet intense & varied collection of incredible songs. The sound of the band alone is enough to incite a desire to see them play live.
Unforgettable is the key word. The two songs highlight the complex & creatively free sound the band are about to present to the world in full force.
Let it be stated for the record that no other band should dare entertain the notion of competing with us; on stage we’re going to be very hard to touch.