Faded Shades new single "My Place (Or Your Place), put their slick, hip, shoegazed brand of jangle pop on full display. Encompassing an overall upbeat energy, I'd definitely place it in the category of "feel-good" music generally speaking. From a lyrical standpoint, the band describes it as being a song about falling in love with a girl you shouldn't have but having no regrets about it. The ultimate "sorry, not sorry" if you ask me.
“What A Place” to Find Roger Ricks’s powerful new single
Roger Ricks is a dedicated and accomplished artist whose vision is to fusion guitar-oriented rock with contemporary leanings. His music is played in radio stations around the world and has amassed 1k monthly listeners on Spotify alone.
Mad Painter releases new Full-Length Rocker “Splashed”
The best way I could describe Mad Painter in terms of their sound is that it's inventive, energizing, and melodic with a distinctly retro vibe. "Splashed," the band's latest release, a whopping 17-track full-length album, is slated to be released on March 15, 2023.
Eric Cohen’s fervent new single “Live for Christ”
"Live For Chris" Lyrically, clearly cares deeply about both Eric Cohen's message and his beliefs, and I believe that such feelings are best expressed through artistic creations.
Magnificent Axe and The Ivory “Pinball Machine”
Axe and The Ivory "The track is about those relationships that fall in between some of the more enduring ones when you find someone in the same pinball machine as you. Even if you're not who each other is looking for, it makes you both feel ok again."
Aldís Fjóla releases new EP “Pipedream”
Aldís Fjóla immersed herself in upbeat Rock music, particularly Grunge, during her teenage years. Constantly searching for meaning in songs, she identified with the agony and sarcasm that Grunge offered lyrically.
Filip Dahl Makes a Strong Statement by Asking: “Can You See the World”
"Can You See the World" by Filip Dahl was written lyrically with an intention of making a statement about how unpredictable society we live in has turned out to be as a result of ego-driven politicians.
“Stop What You’re Doing” and check out Rob Lea’s new EP
“I love music of all kinds and I love how music can take the listener through all the colours that life throws at you. I’m so excited for people to hear this EP. I think when they hear the music together, they will get what I’m trying to do, which is to take them on a journey of some of the highs and lows of life. Ultimately, I want people to know they are not alone.” Rob Lea
Red Skies Mourning’s new single A Beautiful Mess
With "A Beautiful Mess," Red Skies Mourning returns to the more hip-hop-rooted vibe, similar to what you might remember from the likes of "Deep Moonlight". Upcoming Music
Julience Finds Light Out of Darkness
In "Light out of Darkness" by Julience the lyrical context is optimistic at the root. However, the vibe and subtle lyricism carries a little bit of a somber air about it. Indeed, how would one find light out of the darkness without existing in darkness, to begin with?