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.
Lake District-based Scottish artist Celestial North depicts euphoria and devastation in her folky dream-pop single ‘When The Gods Dance’.
For new single ‘Restless’, the Leeds-based outfit turn towards a more gentle, alt-folk inspired sound with layered rich harmonies and plenty of acoustic elements to share their personal experience of lockdown in the UK.
Singer and songwriter Bethany Weimers has returned following a seven-year hiatus with the deeply poignant single ‘Circles’.
‘His Voice Is Sweet’ is the tender and introspective new single from mysterious French-based collective GmBt Life.
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.
In collaboration with The Outlaw Ocean Project, Bangladeshi musician Sabbir Nasir shares protest song ‘Drowning’, an outcry against crimes at sea that go unpunished.
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.
A rich tapestry of indie-folk songwriting techniques, chamber-pop samples and indie-electronica composition submerges the listener into Green Hazel’s cinematic world.