When the beat drops in, your heart picks up the pace, the music starts to rain down around you, and the complex nature of the track evolves to become this very simple, pure journey through thought & possibility.
Spayed Koolie offer up a quality collection of songs on this album. The music is smooth with clear-cut rhythms & an organic, Americana-infused pop aura that reaches out in an all-inclusive way.
The raw energy of a folk-rock, knees up band – the likes of which you’d catch around the stages of a summer festival – plus this interesting thread of story-telling & some really appealing set-up choices.
Think Band Of Skulls meets Fleetwood Mac. The sound is brilliant, heavy & infectiously melodic – stunning to consider this is all a one-take live show; right there in your living room.
This album works well to hold the mood so you can drive or escape to it on any given day. At the same time, Soul offers that personal touch, that authenticity that lets you feel less alone as his songs reach out to you.
With this project, the artist Gilman Mom has blessed listeners with the perfect fusion of nature’s own ambiances & the electronically sourced rhythm & emotion of a creative producer.
Soldier Rye fuses blissful electronic soundscapes with mildly infectious melody-lines and a series of moods – making for an enjoyable, easy bit of escapism (or enhancement) for your day.
What begins as a song of sadness or regret, even self-pity, soon grows to be one of inner strength, of self-empowerment. Bianca M appears as an artist rather than simply a singer.
This meeting of classic pop & RnB is not often utilized in modern music – Joan Mercury has her sound & her approach to creativity, and it works in her favour right now.
Goodreid pours his soul into the performance, the passion & the sheer degree to which he loses himself within the music is immense.
The lyrics spearhead the trivialities increasingly fixated on by the youth of American culture, taking deeper stabs with each consecutive verse.
It’s as if they’re reminding us that time is the eternal burden, and as each hour passes, one can only approach the end.