Boy of Davison quotes his Grandfather, “maybe I’m dying, but I won’t let it ruin my day”. His words are a glowing ember throughout the EP; touching, delicate and honest.
The contrast of the dancey, 90s inspired synth with such a relevant message portrayed in the lyrics make this tune such an anthemic bop to groove to.
Jack Hinks’ exploration of the five stages of grief turns its attention to anger in ‘Plastercast’.
The Boston indie-rock band are here to get us out of a rut and get us jumping.
Sarpa Salpa’s up-beat new single ‘Another Life’ deals with the anguish of reciprocated affection in a wavy, synth-pop style.
‘Colombian Spice’ is a hot fire-cracker surprise bursting with toe-tapping, hip-shaking zeal.
We’re living our hypnotic gothic dream with this new Kobenz x Katy Rose collab.
To accompany Carton’s socially conscious poetry and compassionate heart, she has launched a range of merchandise to support the mental health charity, CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably).
Tertia has demonstrated a multitude of talent in each stage of the creative process and collaborated with the producer, Sascha Meijer, on this new track, ‘Emily’.
The tune is gritty in a way that sounds almost romantic, featuring a gripping bass guitar and ska’s signature bright-high chords.