"Gatecrasher" is the third single coming from CALAMITY JAY, a duo consisting of singer-songwriter Rahel Rosenwald and multi-instrumentalist JayC Be.
The original, electronic pop version of "Ignis" was created during the height of the pandemic when MIDI Kittyy aka Eliza Andrews lived in Las Vegas and found herself dealing with seemingly endless isolation and being stuck with the same faces for far too long.
"Airborne" by Carpe Diem is a flowing gentle song teetering on the edge between utter bliss and the omnipresent feeling of unease.
"Here and Now" The soulful elevating song has Robert Vendetta on piano and vocals, and working closely with his band consisting of Anders Jansvik on drums, Torunn Christelle on mellotron, and Håvard Solli on bass. In the end, we only have one life, so why spend it worrying about the future?
"The History of Sugar" by John Leslie is a classic right from the start and stands well along with the well-known ballads of love.
MUNGMUNG questions it all as she partakes in that cursed internet party, witnessing how people, particularly young ones, are trapped in the absurdity of valuing themselves in numbers.
Don't let the sweet sound distract you too much though, as Your Best Nightmare, the stage name of Erin Porter, tackles her themes with brutal honesty, which occasionally will include curse words.
Villains have always stood out as more interesting fictional characters for Shannon Darcy - they always have a story to tell as well as a clear vision of the world they want to live in. In the new single, Shannon explores the relationship of a duo of such villains.
As a reflection of the people "Withstand" by Cornelius Eady Trio talks about, the release holds a whimsical, honest, and brave tone that's spiced with the distinct "gone through hell and survived it" mood.