Blooms makes a powerful return with ’Text Me When You Get Home’, inspired by murder of Sarah Everard the track’s thematic edge is conveyed by atmospherically chilling textures and hushed yet tense vocal delivery.
‘Girlkind’ is a tangled web of interlocking wordplay as post-punk poet Sinead O’Brien wraps a spiky delivery around a backbone of jagged guitars and beats.
Deeply textural, the melding of lush sounds that surround GRWL’s ’Facetime’ portray a music filled with melody and meaning.
St. Bishop twists a weighty layer of sonic and harmonic sound around his emotionally driven new single ’Alone’.
Soaked in distant soundscape and dream-pop ambience, the icy atmospherics of Leah Rose’s ‘Everything’ packs a punch via the artist captivating performance.
Taken from Girl For Sale’s Seaspeak E.P, ‘Don’t Ask How I Am (I’m Fine)’ buzzes with lofi edges that surround the alt-pop melodies supporting the nuances around GFS’s songwriting.
The striking, pointed pop of Pastiche’s buzzsaw single ’Bad Loser’ is a track that demands your attention from start to finish.
A wonderful piece of work from Sive, the sprawling lowlight folk of ’Winter’ finds the songwriter casting and creating a spellbinding sound glistening with icy overtones.
Ham Sandwich mark their comeback with sonic sea-change in the form of the colourful synth-pop sheen of ‘Electro Wave’.
A large-scale alt-pop ballad ’Move Me’ finds Helen Murray weaving a powerful central performance around an ambitious production and full dynamic sound.