Wonderful, an ocean ride of escapism that sees Frederic Bernard join forces with the Budapest Scoring Orchestra for a truly hypnotic, inspiring listen.
From love to ambition, brotherhood to self-empowerment, far from the usual modern references and familiar phrasings, Relentless has you hanging on every line.
Leading with folk-pop delicacy and emotive warmth, Rune Duch connects for passionate honesty and softness initially, later weaving in a little shock factor and angst.
There’s contemplation at the heart of the writing, humanity and uncertainty, along with a musical freedom and familiarity united that works well to connect and inspire listeners.
Instrumentally organic alongside productionally experimental, Ferny G keeps things emotionally honest and musically eclectic throughout this uniquely expressive new project.
Conceptually poignant and musically intense – as per the character at its core – Mandi Crimmins unites effective song-writing with refreshingly rock-infused musicalities and cleverly captivating visuals for this new release.
Fast-paced summer vibes pour through with a quickly catchy hook as this multi-coloured anthem from King P hits the airwaves.
Benjamin Andrews revels in the moment beautifully, and this gives the song the authenticity it needs to really move an audience.
Sweet Imperfections take on the topic of love and oneness in a musically classic yet conceptually refreshing way.
Retro psychedelic visuals meet with a surprisingly heavy fusion of fuzzy guitars, bass and absolute pace for this classic rock and roll explosion that is Can’t Breathe.
Gentle jazz-café vibes and the vintage crackle of yesteryear create a calming cinematic ambiance for this refreshingly peaceful yet increasingly energetic, immersive new soundscape from BPPSA.
Back with a beautifully well-crafted collection of originals, Point Blank Society aim high with dreamy production and emotive song-writing alike throughout this brand new album.