In collaboration with The Outlaw Ocean Project, Bangladeshi musician Sabbir Nasir shares protest song ‘Drowning’, an outcry against crimes at sea that go unpunished.
We’ve got some new sultry sounds from fresh talent Anya Marsland and her debut single ‘Soft Sounds’.
Chicago singer-songwriter Sunflower Summit took a moment to reflect on how they’d dealt with life under lockdown so far, resulting in sensitive single ‘Do Nothing’.
Built on acoustic guitars and laidback drums, Ian Huschle’s ‘Chores’ is about longing for a better life.
Michael Wilford’s second release is ‘Rattle My Bones’, in which ghostly visions embedded within layers of marching percussion and playful piano chords creep up on the listener.
‘Two Birds’ is the quirky indie-pop single from British artist Ben Dalby, which is sure to strike a chord with anyone that has experience that boundless sense of love for another person.
Toeing the line between indie-folk and lo-fi pop, Berlin songwriter Adrian Prath muses on homesickness in ‘Out Of Town’.
Testament to Yannon’s songwriting and performance skills, an unwavering tenderness is threaded throughout ‘Cohesion’.
By the largest lake in Iceland and in the fading light of the day, we witness the serene atmosphere of LÓN performing ‘Earthquake’.
From the combined talents of Argentinian composer/pianist Olec Mün and composer/guitarist Sergi Boal, ‘Sun Gaze’ is a blissfully meditative composition that takes inspiration directly from nature and from the unique beauty of the sunrise and sunset in particular.