Serving as our first glimpse into Just Mustard’s forthcoming sophomore album, the flickering, brooding lowlight undercurrent of ‘I Am You’ casts a powerful shadow.
‘Snail I’ rests upon a tempered backdrop of subtle textures as Tara Nome Doyle’s softly soaring vocal melts perfectly into the music.
‘Ascension’ has a powerful backbone to it, as Jess Kav, Senita & Toshín collide within a beat that pulses, pushes and breaks its way of the speakers.
Musically pointed and angular, the sharp-edged sound of ‘Rolodex City’ finds Silverbacks jagged post-punk weaving guitars and vocals in equal measure.
Modernlove’s lush expansive-pop sound found on ‘Us’ is a melting pot of textures, beats and harmonies as the four-piece deliver a song as atmospheric as it is sonically vivid.
With its silk-like tone, Laura Duff’s slick new single ‘Easy’ has a serene sense of presence, as Duff and band weave a sound that’s joyously smooth.
‘I Wish’ takes shape via a colourful spectrum of hazy sounds as 1000 Beasts and Carrie collaborate on a track that sets a serene laid back scene.
‘Fód’ is a gently set piece from Ríona Sally Hartman. Blending patient tones and textures within its six-minute runtime, the harmonically intricate song as a define sense of self.
Swing for the fences alt-pop, Jack Hughes’ sonically sprawling ‘Wasn’t Built That Way’ emerges from stylized production and intimate songwriting.