Lake District-based Scottish artist Celestial North depicts euphoria and devastation in her folky dream-pop single ‘When The Gods Dance’.
Eva Gertz wrote ‘Boyfriend Box’ when she was finally able to untangle her emotions from past relationship keepsakes.
We’d like to welcome you to the sumptuous world of Helen, the Maryland-based artist whose new single ‘Morals’ is an R&B-pop banger inspired by the golden era of the early 2000s.
There’s a tangible sense of adventure in ‘Life Hack’, coupled with the optimistic direction of youth.
Warren Thomas Fenzi’s new introspective indie release ‘If I Had a Dime’ is an honest account of the awkward tribulations that come with falling out with those closest to us.
The intimate single ‘Jenny (Can You Hear Me?)’ from Bonze is a juicy fruit of a love-song documenting the singer-songwriter’s struggle to commit and new-found readiness to take the plunge.
Trent-Jean’s alt-rock single ‘B4IDIE’ crashes through our airwaves and it’s the signature sonic-boom that we’ve been waiting for.
Breaking through into the public ear, the best-buds wield a deep understanding of the complexities of string, percussion and voice in an alternative-rock holy trinity.
Rivita’s ‘Lonely with Someone’ is a soul-stirring anthem confronting the pain of ambiguous loss.
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.