W.E.B craft songs directly from the feelings associated with the topic, so the sounds and the performances in every case reflect the underlying concept in natural and artistic ways.
Apo’s Vault Vol. 1 is a brilliantly eclectic, increasingly engaging new album, which quickly moves from good to great to superb throughout its 13 original tracks.
Leading with a fast riff, organic yet reverb-soaked and dreamlike in the same instance, Travis Shyn’s fresh take on contemporary hip hop and alternative pop grabs attention with ease.
Rarely before has such an aptly titled and worthy project been released at precisely the right time. This one will see you through the remainder of the lockdown, and will likely light up more than a few club nights and festival sets across the board in the near future. Well worth experiencing.
Comprised of merely two tracks, Internal is a surprinsgly vast, conceptual project, featuring a fine balance between pop sensibilities and the unlimited depths of a fearless, passionate singer songwriter.
If you’re a fan of the kind of songwriting and tone once mastered by the likes of Tracy Chapman, UB40, Jack Johnson – George Hierro is a superb indie artist, with a fine ear for effective melodies, beautiful guitar work, and a lyrical backbone that opts to roam where much of mainstream music wouldn’t dare.
Stylishly blending fast bars with a brilliantly creative, almost care-free and minimalist manner of sound design, RLGJohnWayne takes full command of the process throughout this five-track EP.
It zips along at a heck of a pace and is never less than interesting, exciting, fresh and accomplished. Rollins may be wearing many hats on his musical journey, but they all appear to be fitting him pretty well at the moment.
Ever the unpredictable and unconfined artist, Vidal drives with creative freedom throughout this single. The Devil’s Eyes is a simple piece stylistically, but it holds multiple layers of conceptual depth that stand all the more tall as the track progresses.
Chemicals kick things off, presenting a fast-acting power-chord progression, raw drums and an equally raw vocal line that lays bare a deeply reflective, poetic string of lyrics.
Utterly unconfined by genre, driven by a sheer need to write and perform, Madame Z combines elements of trip hop, soul and electronica to lead with an essentially alternative approach to modern pop.
Coming in at close to the eight minute mark, the track effectively takes its audience on a complex and hypnotic journey through rhythm, thought, and the depths of space.