The Don Kap has written and recorded an absolute jam with this latest release. Cannot Listen is quick to uplift the listener with a simple yet effective melody-line and a hook that rhythmically entrances from the offset. That intro is perfect in this setting, making sure to utilize the simple strength of a well-crafted and mildly relatable … Continued
It’s incredibly powerful, and that traditional realness inherent in the set-up makes it connect all the more strongly – you feel that humanity and personal strength as the music surrounds you. Remarkable music.
The further you get into What You Need, the more immersive and quite mind-blowing that performance becomes. The final verse is off the charts and concludes the experience and the purpose of the track in a brilliant way.
The instrumental breaks are sensational – a live performance would likely blow the roof off in a wonderful way. Contrast is utilized perfectly well, and as suggested – this song soon grows from quietly familiar to immensely energizing and mighty in nature.
Blasting After Ours at volume is an easy thing, the collaborative EP from renowned artists Blvff and K-Son is quick to impress with soulful melodies, thoughtful rhymes, and blissfully dreamlike, seductive soundscapes. Whatever you liked about each artist individually is magnified on this project – a match well-made, and a pleasure to listen to.
A heavy beat and some well-placed, distorted riffs pave the way for this infectiously raw and raucous new single from Guy Freedom English.
That project title echoes in your mind as you make your way through the songs. Even with the musical positivity and bounce, you’re constantly drawn back to the thought of All I Do Is Bleed.
Quality production really lets this stand tall – the sort that not only strengthens the song within but also offers numerous elements and layers that help keep it uplifting and bright sounding, right the way through.
The single intrigues for its title alone right now, and what you find within is rightfully on point, yet not overly so – it’s entertaining, and unexpected at the very same time.
The artist $haun Porter impresses with entrancing soundscapes, effective melodies, and a notable sense of depth within his writing. This EP in full – Love Over Death – is conceptually considerate, often profound, and always deeply personal.
Depression & anxiety are subtle but certain driving factors behind the whole thing, and as you witness the accompanying video – beautifully shot & focusing on the humanity of the concept – you gather a genuine understanding of both the vastness at the heart of the struggle, and the togetherness that can ultimately help ease the pain. A stunning new release with a powerful undertone.
The wonderful Alaska & Aurora return not long after their last single, to offer up what is genuinely one of the most beautiful songs of 2019 so far.