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.
The contrast of the dancey, 90s inspired synth with such a relevant message portrayed in the lyrics make this tune such an anthemic bop to groove to.
The Boston indie-rock band are here to get us out of a rut and get us jumping.
Sarpa Salpa’s up-beat new single ‘Another Life’ deals with the anguish of reciprocated affection in a wavy, synth-pop style.
‘Colombian Spice’ is a hot fire-cracker surprise bursting with toe-tapping, hip-shaking zeal.