CAPYAC’s ‘GOODTIME’ an incredibly fun listen that’ll no doubt have anyone dancing with the first few bouncing seconds.
Silverlux follow up their folksy debut single ‘Two Moons’ with sophomore song ‘Born To Chase The Sun’.
Somewhere between Taylor Swift and Daft Punk, you’ll find the promising sounds of funk-pop newcomer SINNAH.
We can’t get enough damn fine, funky rhythms in ‘Caught Up’, the new single from Tasmania indie artist Broxton.
‘Painful’ is a slow-stepping journey through hazy textures and warm melodies from Philadelphia-based musician Noah Richardson.
Lonely Gimmick’s lofi psychedelic song ‘Grumpy Days’ teeters on the line of controlled composition and improvised chaos.
Frankie Furm and Griffin Stone have stretched their digital hands across the span of North America to find a common ground in music, releasing new single ‘BABY BLUE’.
We wanted to start off 2022 with a few reviews that didn’t quite make it before we crashed down into the holidays. First up, we have ‘Beautiful Woman’ by Florian Ehrmann.
It’s a sense of liberation that strikes us most in Greg Bounce’s groove-laden synth-pop track ‘Can I Now Feel?’
‘Better’ is a reassuring pat on the back, expect this pat also comes with a slapping bass, slick guitar and Sam Handy’s flawless vocal.