Sydney Gordon, a singer-songwriter from New York, has lately been on the rise after being featured on iHeart Radio’s Most Requested Live with Romeo and Sirius XM’s Train Tracks on the Pulse, both of which aired her song “Chains” to their countrywide audience. Sydney Gordon’s distinct sounds are classified as …Read More »
Review Of Alyria’s”Running”
Alyria is an Icelandic vocalist recognized for her soothing voice and feel-good lyrics that showcases fresh sounds that accentuate her sensitive and passionate side, along with a moderately trendy pop and R&B touch. Alyria partners with Bixxi, an Icelandic singer and producer recognized for his R&B and pop genres, on …Read More »
Review Of Avaraj’s “Silhouette”
Avaraj, an Atlanta-based musician, is a treasure I’ve only recently found through her incredible music. Delivering relatable lyrics on smooth instrumentals with this song, Avaraj released “Silhouette” on the 2nd of September, an almost 4 minutes song that will definitely take her to higher heights in the music industry. “Silhouette” …Read More »
Review Of Evan Isaac’s “Good Plan”
Based in New York City Evan Isaac is an eccentric performer that combines old songwriting instincts with strange, contemporary pop to create unique and fascinating tunes. With “Good Plan” as his latest single, the track was released in September and is full of amazing surprises and a really catchy tune …Read More »
Review Of Karen Harding’s “Letter To My Friend”
Following the monthly release of a single from her first EP, “I’ve Got A Secret,” Melbourne, Australia singer-songwriter Karen Harding has returned with “Letter To My Friend,” marking the entire release of her debut EP. “Letter To My Friend” and the complete EP were published on Friday, October 7th, 2022, …Read More »
Review Of Blake Cateris’ “Days, Weeks, Months & Years”
Blake Cateris is an Australian singer-songwriter whose musical passion is noticeable in his songs. He draws inspiration from the writings of songwriters that speak to the soul, such as Frank Turner, Butch Walker, Dave Hause, and Laura Jane Grace, and fuses the stories with the honesty of real-life events. Following …Read More »
Review Of The Art Crimes Band’s “Neon Skyline”
Since its establishment in 2011, The Art Crimes Band, which features Gary Baus on alto saxophone, Stephen Kirby on guitars, Niall Dennehy on drums and percussion, Grace McMahon on vocals, Tim O’Leary on bass, and Katie O’Donnell on piano and keyboards, has been recognized for sounds steeped in R&B, soul, …Read More »
REVIEW OF MAXIMILIAN WENTZ’S “YOUR SILHOUETTE”.
Maximilian Wentz is a singer/songwriter from Haverhill, Massachusetts, who fuses elements of rock, metal, and Latin music with those of acoustic pop. Wentz released his tenth single “Your Silhouette” on the 19th of August this year, as part of a series of songs inspired by the video game “Little Nightmares,” …Read More »
REVIEW OF AN AWKWARD SOCIAL’S “ONCE IT’S OVER”.
Being a Cape Town, South Africa native Franco Bolleurs’ solo project, An Awkward Social, is inspired by prominent musicians like Miike Snow, Matt Maeson, Bon Iver, and Tom Rosenthal. Bolleurs began writing music in high school but didn’t begin publishing it until 2017. An Awkward Social has had an interesting …Read More »
REVIEW OF WILD HORSE’S “BITTER”.
Wild Horse is a band of an indie trio- brothers Jack and Henry Baldwin and best mate from primary school Ed Barnes in Sussex, Southern England. They are an independent band whose funked-up guitar pop streams with the extravagant energy of children who grew up paying attention to hip-jump beats …Read More »