‘Keep Up’ deals with the sad and sudden loss of one of Paul Vinson’s old classmates to suicide that led to the creation of this touching acoustic pop track.
‘Nobody Like U’ from Matty Hendley is the summertime romper that we didn’t know we needed, but now that it’s in our life, we couldn’t imagine another sun-soaked day without it.
Evi Bosman’s ‘Remind Me’ is the serene single designed to rummage through the remains of loss, mourning and grief with an incomparable delicacy.
Natalie Holmes’ ‘Floating TV’ is the resplendent indie-pop single for wandering minds, inner children, and adulthood insecurities.
With music, the possibilities are endless, yet for Bay Area singer-songwriter Ashton York, there was only one story that he needed to share when it came to writing and recording ‘Awful Time’.
‘Harry’s Song’ is the powerful and unpredictable piece of work from Ålesund.
We interview Ian Janco following the release of his gorgeous new indie-folk EP, titled Rapture.
It’s in new single ‘Summertime’ from Danish singer and songwriter BREGN that our perspective of this season is brought into a new light.
In Avigayil’s ‘Fading Away’, the Israeli artist softly narrates the inner thoughts of a young person on the burgeoning edge of adulthood, as she sings “crazy how fast it all changed”.
‘Dorothy’ is another cheerful track from the Sunshine Coast’s Darcy Kate, fronted by an acoustic guitar in major key and the artist’s bright vocal.