Anthony Rubery “Pressure”

: "I specifically wrote it about my fiancée who, at the time, had just graduated in Effects for Performing Arts, only to enter an industry that was on its knees due to COVID. The song is written as a pick-me-up, offering reassurance to believe in yourself and your journey. I think a lot of people would benefit from that right now.​​" Anthony Rubery

Jesse Brady “Conflicted”

Inspired by the phrase “It seems like you’ve got a feeling and a knowledge and they’re kind of criss-crossing”, which was told to Jesse by one of biggest influences, her grandmother, and written in a couple of weeks, this song resonates with the part of us that hates making decisions and the part of us that feels gratitude towards those loved ones who can always help us clear our head. 

QUANTUM – “ABSOLUT”

"Absolut is a very personal song. It's a song about personal development. The songs dynamic represent the different phases of life everybody has to go through. The working title was "Bubbles" because of the songs structure. The first bubble rises high until it burst. A big nothing. Emptiness. The second bubble is appearing, and just like that it burst again. Is it good or bad if a bubble burst? That's a question everybody has to answer for themselves." - QUANTUM

Callaghan Belle “strings”

As Callaghan Bell's heart finds itself hurting by the pressure of unfading ‘strings’ of fate, she goes through the five phases of grief, accepting the end to a romance that never had a true start. Young self-described musical creature Callaghan Belle is an active recording artist, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and actor. From the young age... Continue Reading →

Songs for Sabotage feat. Blood Handsome – “Loaded”

Loaded was one of those songs that fell out of the sky; it was written in an afternoon. We had plans for Blood Handsome to come by and work on something, but didn’t have any ideas to show him the morning of… so we came up with the main instrumental loop and vocal hook about an hour before he came over". Songs for Sabotage

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