Fusing the singer-songwriter purity and doubled vocals of Elliott Smith, with a Bon Iver level of delicacy, and a Passenger-inspired poetic optimism, Jameel Farruk quickly manages to melt the heart and calm the soul with this single.
No effects or filler necessary – The Project tackles the topic of the opioid epidemic in a harsh and cutting way, reaching out in a manner that’s vague yet poetic enough to hit anyone with impact.
Bringing through a clear love for life and for hip hop in general, Hey Whatsup Hello is an easy anthem for the summer, loaded with good vibes, quirky rhymes, and a consistently rhythmic flow that works well on top of the natural bounce of the beat.
Why Can’t We Pretend undoubtedly sees Sharon Lia Band at their most creative and beautifully emotive. Powerful in essence and perfectly well captured so as to let that strength really stand tall.
The band tackle infatuation & modern dating – the video highlights this further as they’ve gone all-in to craft a story-line with various scenes & details. Today’s ‘swipe right’ nation will likely relate.
Time to give you that much needed dose of gravelly, beautiful rawness you so frequently crave. (You, me, humanity). Christopher Brooks of Philadelphia recently shared a track online called Howl, and it’s stunning. His voice, the featured voice of Francis Quinlan, the melody, the riffs, the organic and gentle vibe that feels like an absolute blessing to … Continued
I felt a great sense of peace when I first heard Forgotten Lights. The musical simplicity, emotionally, & in generally how damn good it is.