Relationships are rarely all smiles & selfies, as is often portrayed. Morris’ sense of realism is refreshing & that empowering element runs deep. The song builds slowly but surely, and it’s totally satisfying in the process.
There’s a clear love story being told within the lyrics, also portrayed well through Alex’s singing. The emotion in his voice is relatable. We’ve all been in a place where we’ve been thinking about that one person in the most chaotic or socially inappropriate of times.
This project is undoubtedly about the songwriting, that’s what stands the tallest. It’s a strong collection that will likely be enjoyed by fans spanning from the Eagles to the more modern day indie-rock bands of not too long ago.
A gorgeous song, thoughtfully written, structured in a manner that grabs your attention with that almost whispered softness & purity, and that poetic lyricism. There’s a youthfulness to his voice that seems to contrast with the awareness in his writing, and that’s a powerful thing.
Lemesios exerts a certain musical prowess & level of experience on this project, his background in scoring music for film has resulted in a totally unique, cinematic experience, which also offers a definite level of provocative songwriting.
Versatility is the sign of a truly great artist & this version of Without You is the perfect example of why. This track takes basically everything we’ve known about Dobie & turns it on its head, and I’ve never been more interested in him as an artist.
The song swings with its infectious rhythms & the exemplary guitar work adds just the right amount southern rock & charm. Sheyana’s voice is an experience in & of itself, and she pairs effortlessly & harmoniously with the music.
Cyborg Asylum could easily be the love child of Depeche Mode & Nine Inch Nails. Their unique sound has them combining the best elements of industrial rock & electronic music.
The originality & undeniable soul of Msaki’s music is an absolute joy to stumble upon & to turn back to again & again when the chaos of the world gets a little too much.
A totally memorable song that cleverly narrates the potentially negative effects of certain types of music on human behavior & even intelligence. The whole attitude & approach of the track seems perfectly catered to that concept.
One of his most intensely infectious riffs yet – a hard hitting, distorted synth set to wind its way into your consciousness in an instant. The track is heavy, ready to energize & uplift, the song’s subject matter leans in that direction too – offering motivation, a winner’s mentality.
Carefully mixing, almost chemically, the bright flavors of pop with the dark industrial underground sound, Candy Coated Suicide is a masterpiece of the form. Bright enough for the radio, edgy enough for the club, addictive enough to virally burrow its way into every headset.