Riding the cusp between alt-rock and hard rock, akin to almost brutal, witchy anthems, ‘Lipstick & Lithium’ abounds with visceral surfaces.
Although incredibly Spartan, there’s a weird and wonderful allure to the compositions and simple vocals of Stephen Clair.
“Echoes” prophesies an EP of low-slung, gorgeously produced songs that provide shimmery, expressive soundscapes that are deftly balanced.
A review of “Different” from alt-pop singer-songwriter Ámaris as she skillfully blends emotive vocals and captivating instrumentals.
Lola Kristine’s new three-song EP ‘chapter two: when things fall apart’ solidifies her rising status in the industry and marks a significant milestone in her career.
Accentuated by the poignant and superb vocals of Nate Amor, “I Want You” releases the palpable, thirsting energy of love.
With its contagious rising and falling structure, Keyawna Nikole portrays the chilling feeling brought on by inner emotional demons on “Secrets” featuring Kellin Quinn of Sleeping With Sirens.
Alive with thick, muscular blues-rock surfaces, Honey Pot’s “Saints and Sinners” succeeds because of Jessica Rendon’s bravura vocal performance.
Ranging from country to folk to Latin aromas to mysterious rock, Ajay Mathur’s ‘Blow My Cover’ reveals an unpretentious intimacy.
Enveloped in an eerie, dark aura, “Everything the Darkness Eats” is taut with ebbing and rising foreboding energy.
Passionate and haunting, as it progresses, “Hell” delivers the feeling of slowly descending into the black abyss of incipient irrationality.
Merging folk with tinctures of pop, “Let You Go” highlights the sensitive voice of Kelly-Ann as she reflects on the hurt of letting go.
Brimming with lyrics that hit like a sucker punch, “Scraps (Cleland)” showcases the impudent vocals of deegie and the oomph of pop-punk.