Life-long musician and early grunge pioneer from the Seattle area Kevin Wood has played in a plethora of bands over the years. His catalogue spans the decades and showcases an unquestionable connection to rock musicianship. We caught an interview with him to dig a little deeper into his journey and experiences across the musical eras. … Continued
As per the band’s consistently classic yet unpredictable edge, there’s a strong sense of sixties psychedelic rock influence, and this smashes into view each time the hook strikes.
Long-time performers Rise Up stand tall on the strength of their passion & catchy, theatre-style song-writing with this beautifully seasonal & heartfelt new single Love Like A Yeti.
A masterful artist – one whom we’re lucky to have gracing our indie world & indeed our generation. Highly recommended.
The music presents a superb sense of brightness & optimism, complete with a multi-layered soundscape & sax solo, injecting an M83-esque, euphoric energy into the room, and all the while prompting a slightly deeper level of consideration.
Introducing the third EP from the four-part project by Seattle’s Like Lions, Election Season proves an incredibly powerful & stand-out release from the entire year, across genres, and it’s a total pleasure to lose yourself within.
Tackling capitalism in a genuine, heartfelt and emotive manner, Funny takes seemingly simple concepts and references, and prompts you to take a moment to really look inwards and figure out what truly matters in life.
This classic rock set up is rewarded with a big message and a big title: Love Never Fails. A simple, effective and memorable melody, initially picked out by guitar at the top of the track, is pinned down by the vocal through the chorus, while smart chord changes do all the heavy lifting – creating … Continued
A master of sound design, composition and songwriting alike, Hideotronic is up there with the best of them – the creative producers, the artists, the writers with something authentic to say; and refreshing ways of saying it.
Featuring the unique vocal talents of Miki, Behold The Hunted is stunning, a sensational new release with a musical prowess and blissful intensity that seems light-years ahead of anything prior.
In a strange way, the 80s style takes something of a back-seat as the songwriting and the general mood overwhelm. For all of these reasons, Android really leaves its mark.
It’s a pleasure to hear music like this make a come back, it feels perfectly well suited to some reflective moment of cinema or TV drama, and yet it works equally well as the comforting embrace music fans often need on the long drive home.