LA’s Martin Brothers return this summer with a fully conceptualized new single and video, and it welcomes in a brighter section of the year with beauty and optimism.
This is a stunning musical journey through a tale that is sadly at least partially familiar for quite a number of people.
Heavy electronic production meets with an equally heavy bass-line, beat and vocal backbone for this industrial and intense new single from Genesix.
Michæl Augustine has created a supremely compelling audio journey with this release.
Not merely a welcomed reminder of the live scenes we all know and miss, but a two-birds-one-stone introduction to a unique artist and band with a superb set of songs to their set.
Clean-cut vocals and heavy bass-work meet with faultless rhythm from both the voice and the soundscape, enveloping listeners in this story-line of the climb towards success.
Not only does Hate On Me fit well amidst the sound of 2020, but it leads with a quickly addictive, memorable melody, and a level of color and optimism in general, which effectively help elevate the whole thing.
Matt Clark’s third single release is one that effectively raises the bar and injects a whole new level of colour and passion into the indie pop world.
Leading with emotive songwriting and a subtle eighties influence throughout, Land’s new EP Down By This River effectively introduces a band with a uniquely expressive lyrical and vocal backbone.
The perfect musical antidote to feelings of difficulty and division, this is a refreshing and energising piece of music and performance – laid-back yet indicative of unity, blending various genres and personalities, in a manner that simply works.
Introducing himself on a defiant high, Noel Johnson (NDJ) offers up this near-seven-minute pop-rock song of poetic depth and personal reflection.
Openly inspired by the charm and inspiring beauty of Montreal, this new single from DepthCruiser is a brief yet intoxicating journey through organic instrumental delicacy and detail.