Craymo is an artist embracing honesty to the fullest with his music. The term artist is important, his music is eclectic & forever evolving, his passion & connection to the process is consistently clear.
Feliks Divelli’s sound & songwriting style offer audiences poetic musical expression in its most purest form. A beautiful song, simple by design, honest, delicate, and gorgeously performed.
The band paint these songs from blank canvasses into multi-layered, thoughtfully connected works of expression. On top of this; they bring audiences that essential, authentic rock energy that is so often missing from modern music.
The instrumentation seems to take a little influence from various styles & genres, fusing it all to create this sort of classical-folk-rock ambiance, upon which the leading voice & storylines play out like emotional, mildly theatrical indie-rock anthems.
Complete with an accompanying live performance video, Dynamos’ single Stainless brings through an indie-rock meets Americana crossed with pop aura that introduces their sound in a pretty bold way.
Despite the familiar warmth of the music, there’s a notable level of musical detail & personality that make certain you would recognize the song should you hear it again some time soon. These little moments make all the difference.
What first appear as specific details unrelated to anyone else, later become the building blocks of your own version of life experiences or memories. It’s a strong way to write.
Making clear the distinction between that which is good, musically, and that which reaches just a little bit higher – Micah Woods’ single Fast Track is a song that feels like an immediate classic.
Easily one of the best EP releases of the year so far. Who would’ve thought the perfect fusion of ukulele, horns, double-bass & a slightly Damon Albarn-like leading voice would make for something so uplifting?
Bringing together the colour & eclecticism of musicianship and comic books, their venture for 2018 begins next month as they release their brand new series of multi-layered artistry.
Bad Marriage are living the life right now, offering something that not too many bands or artists seem able to do. This sort of showmanship & positivity can’t generally be faked, so it’s a pleasure to witness it in all of its authentic glory.
They do what they do, they do it well, and their leading vocalist has something immediately characterful & appealing about his voice. Open Jam is definitely a project to check out, as is a live show from Brother Jon Band.