"Golden Gate" is a love story at its basis dedicated to the one Orwello loves the most. It's not quite the usual kind of it though - this single is built from the myriad of feelings love ignites within, and it shows in the absolutely lush blend of sound.
Matka is a project made up of Swedish artist and singer Ulrika Segerberg and German musician Martin Kleinmichel; the two met on the set of a television shoot, and immediately started making music together.
Melbourne, Australia rocker Ivan Beecroft will be emerging from the unique space he has been carving out for himself within independent music industry via a new single that is to be released to streaming services in January of 2024. The song is titled, "Carousel," and it is actually available to check out early on Bandcamp... Continue Reading →
Dedicated to their Nan Brenda, unfortunately no longer around, Double Triangle releases the single on her birthday, December 1st. The slightly wobbly, enamoring main melody and the new follow-up part are also given an additional, ethereal shimmer by singer and composer Madil Hardis, whose beautiful vocal melody pulls all the strings of the heart.
Making music in a home studio based in Norwich, UK, the solo producer Jonny Herman loves to infuse the liveliness of jazz and sweet swaying vocals into songs that tell stories and move the spirit.
The Margaret Hooligans always shines through their poignant lyricism and satisfying riffs, but this time they really stepped up in this single. "Alley Cat Stomp" presents both a tribute to Stevie Van Zandt, one of rock n’ roll’s great guitarists and garage rock radio DJs...
When.In.Maine continues their string of releases and this time it returns with "Proved Me Wrong" a more emotive track than its predecessors. The Polish band has mixed piano sensibilities with overall Hard Rock in this new single.
Founding members Elash and The Sgt. formed Fat Bottomed Boys in 2020 to continue and honor the legacy of the iconic rock band by way of original music after years of playing together in an actual Queen tribute band.
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.