MADAME NEPTUNE normally blends psychedelic, modern, hard, and blues rock to give a fresh alternative gothic rock. This is a reimagined modern alt-prog rock/metal version of their debut single arranged by PATH:LESS. And undoubtedly the results are awesome.
Moving slightly away from her more dance-pop early singles, Jess Stewart sounds confident and mature on "Prince Charming (Went to Hell)", leaning more towards a funky neo-soul production style that works really well with her voice.
Jennifer Alvarado is well-known in her local indie music scene, and for good reason. This singer-songwriter has some stellar songwriting skills as well as a lovely, pure voice to carry the weight of her lyrics.
Having recently started high school, singer-songwriter Edie Yvonne has plenty of first-hand experience with how intense life as a teen can be.
Lexi Lemonade's music sounds pretty much exactly the way her artist name would suggest - sweet, fizzy, and highly refreshing. Now, if you also add "intoxicating", "love for eternity" and "immense" to the mix, you'd get "Orion".
Leanne Gallati does a wonderful job with this ballad, laying all of her emotions bare and sharing them with the world really bravely.
The production on "A Love Revival" is absolutely immaculate, bringing to the front and center everything that Moon and Aries have always done so well in the past; and still bringing on new elements and influences with it.
"Kristoffer" by Kiirstin Marilyn is a heartbreaking and warm album, cinematic and descriptive at its love-driven core. It's home to 5 original songs and a cover that has formed the devastating, all-encompassing emotions into music that has the power to transform and reach far out.
Inspired by the course of love where everything seems to be against it, "Heaven's Bride" by Mary Knoblock stands as a tribute to love and all the bitter and painful memories and moments it comes with.
The path of Life, unlike usual daily paths like the road to work or the store, has no clear destination despite what people like to think. The journey, however, is sprinkled with choices to make and bumps to overcome. Carpe Diem embarks on the journey with hazy, laid-back, and atmospheric slow indie rock sound.