Continuing his fearlessly unique manner of fusing genres and tones, Erik Engelhardt further elevates his audio identity, with the unorthodox yet mighty presentation of a fast-paced and celebratory Happy Again.
Nightbird Casino return to enchant listeners, with the beautifully hypnotic, cascading synth tones of a dreamy and seductive Sunglasses After Sex.
Featuring an impressively vast 127 voices from 15 different nations, Sing In Unity is a huge project but with a notably accessible, musically-minded simplicity at its core.
Organic warmth and classically soulful, Gospel-esque vocals introduce the increasingly passionate new single A Christmas Letter, from producer and songwriter Aria.
Strength of songwriting meets with a familiar pop-rock set-up and refreshingly original lyrics and melodic threads, as Kathy Zimmer launches the timeless and emotionally conflicted Extremist.
Mahogany is a true master of the mic, raising the roof when needed and bringing things right back to base for those more reflective moments of humanity.
It’s an anthem for self-development and success, at its core, but the lyrics and wordplay that guide us to this peak offer a multitude of images, scenes and uncertainties that appear as genuinely original.
Recorded on a TEAC 4-track tape machine back in the eighties, Bad Dream celebrates immersive, purposeful songwriting and production, with a multi-layered and dreamy array of synth-led original songs.
Contemplation and calm guide us with subtle pace and colour, as Not A Soul wraps its comforting yet intriguing arms around us.
Standing tall on the strength of intention and eclecticism combined, alternative rock outfit Lokella promise to engage and energise, with their deeply human and musically powerful album As We Unravel.
Retro electronica and rock-soaked guitar align uniquely for this anthemic new genre-fusing single from Erik Engelhardt.
Breathtaking design and performance unite to stunning results, as this new releases undeniably showcases the strength of creative collaboration.