Serene alt-pop from April, ‘That Feeling’ weaves its spell through a lush array of sound and stacked harmonies.
Punctuated and entangled indie-pop from Kynsy, the individualistic stylisation of Kynsy’s sound adds another layer with ‘Point Of You’.
A giant leap forward from Fya Fox, ‘Busy’ is a powerful statement from the rising pop artist via a track alive with vivid harmony and hooks.
The fuzz-ridden angular indie-pop of Ailbhe Reddy’s ‘A Mess’ finds the songwriter melding her compelling wordplay within a indie edged milieu.
‘Nevada’ takes shape with a myriad of multilayered sounds the surround Columbia Mills mood-driven indietronica.
Clara Tracey’s ‘Baby Witch’ captures the imagination via a texturally deep musicality that runs beneath Tracey’s captivating vocal.
Vivid in its construct, the melting pot of sound and words found on VJ Jaxson’s ’Rosanna’ makes for early summer banger.
The closing track from Robocobra Quartet’s brand new album Living Isn’t Easy, ‘Night’ is a tense, atmospheric blend of jazz overtones and spoken word storytelling.
A twisted, tumbling cavalcade of snarled words and jolted rhythms, ’Hold That Line’ is a tense track that keeps building the tension from start to finish.
A vibrant, soulful blending of sounds from Tomike and 1000 Beasts, the remix of ’It’s Like’ creates layers of lush harmony and stylish production.
Centered around a powerful vocal performance, the deftly woven darkly-lit folk of Clara Byrne’s ‘I’m Sorry’ has a lasting effect.