Welsh musician and producer Kelly Lee Owens is finally back with a new album “Inner Songs,” the follow-up to her brilliant self-titled debut albums released about three years ago. Like with Cbm in 2016, she stokes again curiosity with an almost instrumental techno track “Melt!” about climate change. Listen carefully: there is a lot going in in this track that makes you literally feel the vanishing ice of the planet.
“Disintegrate” marks the second single of White Tail Falls’ debut album “The Age Of Entitlement”, out on May 29th via Physical Education Records. The video to the almost painfully gorgeous song marks the second chapter of a short-film directed, edited and shot (on an iPhone) by Craig Young, following White Tail[…]
There are songs that feel like an unexpected ray of sunshine on an unassuming work day, a moment when the world suddenly feels different. Listen to “Sweet Memory” by L.A. via Hawaii singer/songwriter Katie Iannitello aka Beauty Queen and you know what I mean. There is a warm, relaxed vibe to music and vocals that evoke sweet memories indeed.
It was three and a half years ago, when I first heard some songs by Scottish musician Elle Exxe, and consequently became a fan. Having seen Linda Harrison aka Elle Exxe live on a few occasions just manifests the impression of an exceptionally talented singer/songwriter and fascinating performer. Over time[…]
Chloe Raunet aka C.A.R. made her way from Vancouver Canada to London as a teenager and her upcoming album “Crossing Prior Street,” due out on March 27 via Ransom Notes Records tells the story of her early days in the British capital. She wrote and produced the songs of the record herself and her new song “Sore Loser” feels like punk among other slick contemporary electronic productions. Glitchy synths initially test your patience until the tracks morphs into a quite catchy synth pop piece that makes appetite for more.
Among last Friday’s new releases was “Stay Calm, Ezra”, announcing Dustin Lovelis‘ debut album “In Your Chamber”, out via Park The Van. I listened to the single but stayed for the entire album, on double repeat and then some. So. Good. Beautiful harmonies, mostly mellow vibes paired with an overall[…]