The only thing more powerful than the performance is the writing, and surely the only thing better than listening to Dirty Machine – is seeing them live.
The introduction’s sparkling mix fades into violin strings, oscillating between high & low – hope & despair. The sweet simplicity calls back beginnings, a sort of naive angst present in any childhood (the elation to grow tinged with the fear of obscurity).
Rhythmically, there was never a moment where I could figure out what was coming next. It was as if he was writing a stream of consciousness. Whatever he wanted to express, was expressed as soon as he felt it.
It’s a song about love – real, exciting love, in the here & now. Auburn Hair is a testament to the bright, the beautiful, and the ephemeral, and it’s the best song I’ve heard this year.
A producer creating those unbelievably hard-hitting beats that so often seem to have been lost or left behind in a cloud of memories.There’s something subtly characterful about the sound. It’s hard to pinpoint, but it’s there – this meeting between yesterday & tomorrow.
Guilting not only the guilty, but the ignorant; Intimidation Doll seeks to make domestic assault everyone’s business. With a song as well constructed, incredibly conceived & musically adept as this, PMKS have every chance to make that happen.
An addictively easy to escape to piece of soul & funk-infused hip hop. The music working hand-in-hand with the rappers makes for something that is levels above the simplicity of ambiance.
A collaborative release created as a result of experiencing an unnecessary & devastating trauma, specifically the shooting that took place at Route 91 Harvest Festival last September.
UK based band The Leisure Society present audiences with a gorgeously warming performance with their recent live 2Seas Session. The Fine Art Of Hanging On is a song that feels like a long-lost classic. It’s a really well written, poetic and reflective piece, that has been performed here to a flawless level and in a … Continued
I won’t delve too deeply into the lyrical concept, but instead, how beautifully they convey their rendition through sound, feeling, and a textbook example of word painting.
The three members bring a sort of energy to their aptly named band, certain to get audiences out of their seat & possibly onto their table – head banging like a caffeine addict & true rocker.
A beautiful track, thoughtfully & passionately put together, with a uniquely provocative concept & unquestionably good intentions. Well worth experiencing.