Bad Marriage are living the life right now, offering something that not too many bands or artists seem able to do. This sort of showmanship & positivity can’t generally be faked, so it’s a pleasure to witness it in all of its authentic glory.
They do what they do, they do it well, and their leading vocalist has something immediately characterful & appealing about his voice. Open Jam is definitely a project to check out, as is a live show from Brother Jon Band.
CJ Replay’s honest approach to expression & his unique sounding voice will hopefully see his creativity reach far & wide over the coming years. The beats chosen in both cases allow him to fully connect to the movement of the music in a fitting way.
There’s a lot more to this project than the infectious vibrancy of the opening track tends to imply. The music is beautiful, the leading vocalist has something special that draws you in & keeps you listening & believing.
LUURK’s creativity running alongside of his unquestionable professionalism has resulted in a uniquely heavy beat that seems all at once complex & perfectly smooth among the core sentiments of the song.
As the track comes to a close, the entrancing set-up works further magic. This idea of knowing the truth is underlined by every aspect of the song; every moment shows you something new.
Apexisback brings the darkness, intensity & character required to give listeners the precise feeling of something epic making a return to the stage. The newly familiar, ever-creative rap-flow of Apex makes itself known early on.
Liberty takes on the issues of the world in a bold & colourfully lo-fi manner. It does so with a surprising touch of heartfelt soul & passion, the likes of which win you over more & more so as the project progresses.
Swampee is an easily memorable & striking song from a band who know exactly how to draw your attention in the rawest, most openly rock & roll way possible.
Originally intended as the soundtrack to a film entitled Monad, which sadly never saw the light of day. Fortunately, IX saw the crime in keeping these tracks unreleased, and so – this unique & rather brilliant album was born.
Driven by the raw passion & warmth of a band who play for the love of playing, Summers’ Gone makes for an easy going groove that reaches out for the soul, or for those memories of a love that came & went.
Christian Heath knows how to write a pop song that feels all at once new & comfortingly familiar. The EP is well crafted, an easy choice for fans of alternative or upcoming pop with a dash of fresh personality.