This idea of being a living festival is somewhat neglected in modern life – there’s so much to work hard for (rightly so), but it’s equally important to soak up every second of this beautiful journey.
This meeting of the organic & electronic is notable throughout. The possibilities are unlimited when you get the songwriting down in such a way as this.
The RnB-fusion producer & songwriter has been playing the saxophone since the 4th grade – this gem of a trait comes through beautifully throughout the single.
The good vibes you might hope for as the sun sets on a long day. The concept & music go hand in hand, creating this arena within which you can observe, relax & consider.
The indie-rock essence is the ability to connect with regular people. The more you hear of this caterpillar analogy or metaphor, the more inspiring it is.
The track doesn’t arrive covered in glitter, it warms you with a hopeful musical backdrop, it grips you with a heartfelt presentation of poetry & character.
The further you get, the better it sounds. Structurally there are many occasions when you really appreciate the unpredictability – the fitting freshness.
This could well be the best release from Grant Smith so far. A stunning song that develops in a simple yet immensely satisfying way. A great piece of music.
Chemical Refugee’s authentic presentation of hard-hitting, soulful electronic rock is the sort that satisfies in a refreshing & partly nostalgic way.
The track features a fairly minimalist set-up – a simple gathering of synths & sounds, a dreamlike mood that works really well in line with the songwriting.
You get a little of various genres, plus two contrasting synth riffs help make this a multi-layered rap project, adding colour & keeping things interesting.
An easy choice for anyone looking for that pop-rock sound with a little something fresh & unusual. The music works its magic in the best possible way.