The whole thing is well performed and offers the warmth of a pop-rock anthem that drives with truthfulness – all in all making this an easy to relate to piece of music and writing that’s set to appeal to a wider audience for its balance between simplicity and genuineness.
There’s a motivational mood to much of the track, openness regarding real daily life is balanced with an optimistic glance at the future and a general feeling of positivity and drive.
There’s a likelihood for longevity if this kind of writing continues to emerge. The whole thing is humble yet striking, calmly confident, loaded with emotional turmoil but careful in its introduction of this.
Aiden Hatfield has created a community around his sincere take on depression, and his latest single, ‘This Horror In Me’ is not only an absolutely fantastic rock tune, but also an honest depiction of dealing with such daily struggles.
The vibe is easy to relax within, so the words reach out and connect in an instant, and this grows more powerful as the track moves along. Night Drives is an impressive release and more than worth a listen at volume to catch the true essence of the concept and the mood.
Holy Prophet Elijah is a unique blend of Avant Garde sensibilities mixed with just enough elements of pop to attract the average listener. It’s all incredibly bizarre, but so intrinsically captivating for the very same reason.
The concept is one of conflicting desires or belonging in two places at once. It’s a thought provoking story-line, and Fernweher presents it in an effectively fascinating manner but one that’s also musically satisfying and refreshingly original.
Away From The Silence is more than just an album, this is a conceptual journey through a specific story-line – one that brings together fiction and genuine reflections on life and the realities we build in our minds.
A definite must for the upcoming spring and summer months and another mighty step forward for Nikotene – their music has amassed over 200k streams on Spotify to date, and this is still just the beginning.
Double Rainbow hits hard and heavy from the offset, raising your heart rate and launching you into the heat of the night in an instant. An easily capable, skillful and creative producer well on his way to the top.
It would be a crying shame for the world not to hear this project, eclectic and endlessly skillful – a total joy to escape within and the perfect accompaniment to almost any kind of day.
Wendy Ho is fantastic on this latest single and remix Anyone Can Break Somebody’s Heart. The nostalgically retro dance vibes that pour through are enough to get contemporary and classic clubbers alike feeling the need to move.