Gray presents an ever-changing ambiance with an evolving mood, various layers of detail, and a number of unexpected drops both to newer heights & to calmer, spacious levels.
WBM doesn’t hide behind effects & weight & volume, it just is what is – this is art as presented in the moment, emotional & genuine.
The emotion grows throughout, drawing you in further, filling you with an overwhelming sense of possibility.
It still grows with every listen, but you have-to pull the trigger somewhere in the mix in-order to give a fresh perspective whenever an album this good comes along.
Merging dreamy vocals & thick musical harmonies isn’t a new concept, but there’s no debating that the way BRF interprets the captivating crunch of shoe-gaze is dramatically different to their contemporaries.
Classic, progressive rock fans or those who’ve tired of the predictable string of releases from recent years will likely respond positively to this experience. Listen in full, listen loud.
Reintroducing fans to the much-loved blend of techno rhythms, driving synths & infectious beats, while provoking a certain set of ideas to ponder as the music pours through.
A song about war, simply put – about fighting for what you believe in; precisely what Grant is doing with his music & indeed his life right now.
You get a sense this music comes naturally to the artist, which, combined with these folk-rock, acoustic ska rhythms & vibes, makes for a totally enjoyable EP.
A three-track instrumental EP fairly certain to get your heart racing. Steve Wheeler is a composer who drives with energy & passion. These neo-classical audio dramatizations hit with intense impact.
Having spent several years steadily working his way up in the music world in the US, the latest track from Kilo M.O.E is perhaps the New Jersey born artist at his best.
Oddnote have an incredibly hard-hitting, traditional rock sound that just oozes style & authenticity right now