“There are platforms for Indie artists to be heard around the world without being signed to a label! How big you get is totally up to the artist and their fans and not a record label.”
One thing that stood out on the last release was The Haunted North’s fine use of contrast and their united ability to shift effortlessly from softness to absolute weight & intensity. Nowhere does this ability shine more brightly than on 21 Grams.
What Smith does is redirect our understanding, and call out to those who are older and have experienced more of life and the world, to let them know they are seen, and they matter – more than ever before.
Following a high-energy, thirty-second introduction, SKG proceeds to spit bars relentlessly yet with a mellow, confident rhythm for the remainder of this new track.
Choose any one of the tracks and the sheer quality and caliber will likely blow you away. Superb and honest musicality – a real treat to let play right about now.
Come Home explores precisely what the title implies – many of us have lost our sense of home, and with it, perhaps our sense of self. The more intently you listen, the more strongly the ideas connect & even enlighten.
Featuring impeccable bars, breathless in some cases, spoken-word style in others, the album manages to be artistically free yet focused – unusual yet professional, and consistently interesting.
There’s something notably refreshing about all of this music, and furthermore, that artistry is met with absolute professionalism production-wise. Unique and interesting, immersive and genuine.
Smooth vibes and soulful vocals pour through the speakers in waves of warmth for this brand new single from Jae Alexndr.
It’s a melding of primarily 60s- and 70s-influenced classic rock songs and sounds and yet sounding audacious and as fresh-as-a-daisy enough to consistently beguile the listener, I’m at a bit of a loss for words, whilst seemingly being able to write endlessly about it!
“That really is Frank Sinatra’s toilet on our album promo poster. “
Jonathan Anderson, first introduced to us as The Tiny Violinist, returns this summer with an intoxicating and deeply emotive composition, aptly titled Heart’s Palisade.