A gentle & mellow-paced pop-rock song that offers a verse melody with a slight & surprisingly grunge-like or Savage Garden vibe about it.
The chord progression & the leading instrumental riff leave their mark unquestionably, and this, alongside of that crucial hook line – makes certain the song stays with you.
Delicate riffs and a hopeful sense of possibility back up the poet’s sentiments & character in a colourful way. Swoop’s performance is ever-impressive, yet he doesn’t shout about it – he doesn’t need to. The performances speak for themselves.
Contrabland have ideas for miles & their music underlines these in a gorgeously alternative, hard-hitting way. This album is loaded with melodies, riffs, hooks, raw energy.
What begins as a song of sadness or regret, even self-pity, soon grows to be one of inner strength, of self-empowerment. Bianca M appears as an artist rather than simply a singer.
He’s giving us direct insight into his process with this release. As a critic, this is fascinating, and as a music aficionado, it’s exciting & different than anything we’re used to in this genre.
A uniquely conceptual collection that bends & breaks just about any of the supposed rules regarding genre & style.
Bend is a superb debut, immediately warming & indicative of a band who genuinely love making music.
Trying to write about Edenn’s debut single Thinking is like trying to capture your entire summer in less than 500 words.
Fusing historical knowledge with real-time possibilities & accounts from today’s world – using his skills & creative endeavors to point out flaws in our society & to inspire positive change & togetherness.
The sheer precision with which he has balanced intensity, creativity & professionalism is brilliant. Unlike other EDM-inspired releases of late; it veers off in its own direction almost entirely.
We crave the chaos because we are the chaos. Losing Me is a great depiction of how we mask our primal nature with colorful, paper-thin simulations of diplomacy.