"Glad To Exist" plays with the musical layers to create an ever-expansive soundscape. Monroe Moon's creates an atmosphere in which we soon find ourselves immersed in. We feel as if we were in a busy street with each instrument representing everyone walking through it. We smoothly flow through the wave of people, finding a new emotion on each face, on each note and chord.
Bedroom Walls by Alba James is a short EP with a wide arrange of ideas and emotions. An exploration of intimacy, depression and derealization with a touch of experimentation. Alba James creates a special soundscape that explores, making us think of a physical manifestation of the emotions she explores in the album that takes the shape of a bedroom in our minds, a flow of consciousness rarely seen in music.
S J Denney brings forward a feeling of hopeful nostalgia with his music featuring baritone electric guitar, piano and an awesome muted trumpet solo. This assures that, no matter what you like "I Don't Know If Thhis Changes Things?" has something that you will love. Its atmosphere transmits us a feeling of bittersweetness engulfs us.
"Pleasure" by Harlow's Monkeys is a track that tells a story in a way only the band knows how to do. An addictive track about wanting more and more, without knowing when to stop.
The theme suddenly sprung to our minds about melancholic story but continuing with life alongside friends and love ones. And we added a dancey touch so you can dance while listening to it. And so we are very happy with the final product. -Manu Rivera from Los Sindes
"Growing Pains" by Tough On Fridays may be a departure of the usual sound the band is known for, but it shows how their talent extends into other genres and how they can successfully create an emotional track that is also a banger from beginning to end!
"I Fell In Love" may seem initiallly a dark track, mainly due to its themes and atmosphere. A trap pop, synth heavy harmonic section captures its essence as Sharl sings her recount of an abusive relationship. But not everything is hopeless...
The band explores the issues of communication, the importance and almost impossible desire of communication and smiling at the face of adversity in a playful, yet extremely touching and serious manner by exploring the persona of different characters.
"Thanks For That" features four main sections dedicated for each of the important women in Waldby's life. Each section features subtle yet effective transformations in harmony, instrumentation and melody depending of each one of them.
The last main thing was the editing and molding of the songs. I tried to really limit any dead space within the song and have them under 4 mins if I could without losing anything. That was a tough one, but I think when listening to the album everything flows well and doesn’t drag on. I’m very pound of the collection of songs, I think each is unique while the album still maintains that cohesive sound. Richard Tyler Epperson