Most of us have been there at least once in our lives, at a point close to no return and “Back To Where I Begun” is dealing with exactly that situation, contemplating of starting over. It’s easy to fall in love with this song, aside from the well crafted lyrics.[…]
Hudson Scott follows up on his amazing debut single “Clay” with “Whale”, an equally sensual and melodic piece. While there are lots of synths elements going on in “Whale”, exquisite jazzy brass pieces are noticeable too, no wonder since this is where Hudson Scott is originally coming from, playing the trumpet,[…]
“Hourglass” evokes the feeling of endless, blissful Summer days, the illusion that everything is right and that there’s not a care in the world. And when Adam Fitzgerald persuasively croons: “It’s not a crime, to think that I could be your life line / life long I’ll give you my time, cause[…]
“Watch me move like I’m up on a big screen” Oyinda sings in her new single “Never Enough”. Take the advice and blow up this video on the biggest screen you can play YouTube videos on – you won’t regret it.
Sweden is well-known for synth pop, but this track is more like big, dark rock. I hear Savages in it, Sisters of Mercy and even some U2. “Lifetime” is the single out of Nicole Sabounés second album “Miman” and I can only hope that she considers a world tour.
“Alice” by Manchester, UK via Australia sibling-duo Lyon Apprentice (Adam and Nathan Lyons) is not ‘yet’ another song about a woman named Alice, but it is a tribute to Adam’s long time friend, whom he met while working as a physiologist and who told him about her marriage and having[…]