Last Stop On The Main Line takes a familiar topic, and presents it not from the surface, but from the utter depths of the human experience. The process of self-destruction, followed by that of overcoming, re-building and crafting a fresh start, all comes to light in uniquely provocative ways.
3mind Blight takes purely the implied definition of the world hell, and effectively weaves around his listener a deeply unsettling journey – one that’s likely to fall quite close to home for some.
Rather than let heartache result in something deeply melancholic, the track showcases a series of memories, a clear appreciation for the good times, complete with details & unique rhymes that all help represent a smart & observant creative.
One of the best & most memorable alternative, organic songs 2019 has seen so far. A stunning performance from Hart compliments superbly poetic & thoughtful writing flawlessly. These visual scenes hold your attention with vivid shots of emotional evolution – from struggle through uncertainty to optimism. From isolation to togetherness.
Following a string of impressive releases, each one paving the way a little more notably for the rising artist, Scott Kirby now launches his latest single – the stunning Cool Water – and it genuinely sees him soar higher than ever. Leading with a stripped-back and beautifully pure musicality, a simple guitar-led ambiance, an up-close … Continued
I’ve Been Watching You sees LeGrand take on a sultry and seductive style, gracing the airwaves with a rhythmic and soothing vocal that suits the pace and swagger of the beat beautifully.
Powerful and infectious in a classic rock and roll fashion, yet stylish and secure enough in its own methods to pour through with a definite level of character and intention.
Aratrea have found a style of their own in the modern music world. Characterful vocals and a unique, unpredictable melody feel mildly reminiscent of the likes of New Radicals, fusing in an unorthodox fashion with cascading electronic synths and contrasting dashes of rock and roll grit.
From a distance, there’s a slightly Moby-esque warmth to the hook melody & the soundscape. Then you get a dash of classic, nostalgic, hip hop, a simple yet powerful poetic concept, and an electronically charged ambiance that effectively helps fuses these varied genres together.
LA artist and songwriter Skeleton Woman – better known as SKo – emerges this month with a gorgeously smooth and emotive electro-pop track; one that effectively tips its hat to both trip hop and soul in a stylish and blissfully calming way.
Out of the depths of artistry and human thought, out from behind the bright colours and the iPhones and the ‘neverminds’, the UK’s own musical wizard that is Dizraeli re-emerges from his creative cave.
Taking full advantage of current style trends in hip hop and RnB right now, the album kicks off with a strong balance between melody and rap, rhythm and confidence, colour and calm.