Sometimes you forget how effective a well captured video can be in reigniting the fire of a mighty single. Seeing him perform this, the passion in his movements, his highlighting of certain lines & words – it really makes the song resonate even more so than before.
The rhythm of the song works really well in building around you something soothing. Elle Jae’s leading voice offers the effortless fluidity to carry the melody along in a manner that fits beautifully with the mood of the music.
Collegians have their own sound & their own approach to songwriting right now. Furthermore, their musicianship is right where it needs to be. A live show is the only thing that would better listening at full volume from the comfort of your own home.
There’s more than just freedom on this project, the very idea of punk holds the key to that anyway, but with these songs you get an element of provocation, and the Thelonious Monk aspect adds so much that manages to escape expectation.
Much more than a rapper, D.Ni.L is more rightfully known as an artist – his approach to music is purely creative & expressive, not seeking to be one thing or another, not purely rapping on top of easy to gather loops as so many performers in hip hop tend to do.
A powerful song, using what works & aligning it with what feels right, introducing both artists in a mighty way & resulting in something easily memorable & likely to pull audiences in for any future releases.
Of all the creative outbursts that have emerged as a result of Trump’s presidency, this EP from artist & songwriter Vegas Man is one of the most directly & explicitly influenced by the POTUS himself.
The question is one that might call upon audiences to react in a certain way, (or to go ahead & Google the answer, if you aren’t entirely sure). In reality, the song is about expressing a level of empathy & sadness at the lack of such empathy from men in certain cultures.
The creatively pure songwriting of Echoglass returns with the indie-roots storytelling and vibrancy of their latest single Little Harwood. Reaching out to their audience for a collection of clips to accompany the release, the video and song make for a captivating and energetic experience, fusing the raw progression and emotion of indie-rock with something unexpectedly colourful and … Continued
Bursting onto the scene just in time for the summer months, On My Own Again is a huge song, a personal favourite from Deltiimo to date & a stunning introduction to the gorgeous vocals of Marley Blandford.
The Humanity directly & openly addresses the current political climate & issues affecting women in today’s world. Certain lines really stand out, those that refer to the supposed core values of the US, alongside of which this distorted energy rings quite poignantly.
A nine-track exploration of indie-alt-pop fusion – an album that offers subtlety & chaos in unison, showcasing the band’s creative identity as colourful & free.