Beginning with the quickly immersive and inescapably catchy Pull The Pin, fast-paced guitars and subtly raspy, accessible vocals lead you through a memorable melody and poetic story-line that almost instantly presents an absolute anthem of a track.
Seeing composer and artist Art Tawanghar directly and inescapably address the state of our world, the future we have created for our children, She Is Everything is a heavy-hearted and powerful single – one that holds nothing back in terms of the damage and devastation occurring all around us.
Armed initially with only an acoustic guitar, soulful vocals and a poetic, hopeful yet realist outlook, Bobbo Byrnes paints a powerful picture with his decidedly relevant new single.
Appearing with the precise professionalism and style required to get a song creating waves, Receipts has a classic pop feel whilst also meandering through fresh territory in a conceptual and instrumental fashion.
It’s a big, brash mayfly of a tune and makes its whopping great point before putting the cat out and turning off the lights. Epic, truncated fun!
Increasingly showing the rest of us how it’s done, producer L30N5 manages to release more new music, at a supremely high quality, whilst juggling the full-time responsibilities of school and work outside of the studio.
An album that softly breathes its insecurities & uncertainties into the room around you, creating immediately calming ambiances, yet each one with an air of concern or unsettled freedom.
Ever a proud advocate for collaboration and the power of more minds than one, United Duality emerge this season with an aptly titled single that brings together 13 artists from seven different countries.
Everything about this speaks volumes on behalf of creative freedom, freedom from genre, freedom of artistry, and at the same time – Mayumi showcases a clear understanding of what works in music, what connects.
His flow switches up at the half-way mark, showcasing a level of versatility, which effectively changes the energy of the track – without affecting the actual pace or weight of the soundscape. It’s a clever creative choice, and it help keep things entertaining right the way through.
There’s a whole lot of volume and boldness to The Renegade, and rightfully so considering the concept. It will be interesting to hear where else the music takes Elijah Windsor.
You’d be forgiven for wondering if this wasn’t a classic yet somewhat slept on Elton hit from yesteryear. Fantastic, a great song and really well captured for the recording.