Farah Elle unveils the lingering lowlight sound of ‘Desert’, a deftly woven intro the artist’s forthcoming album Fatima.
Abstracting and dreamlike in its make-up, the deep textural sound of Elaine Howley’s ‘Silent Talk’ is a haunting listen.
The gently flowing folk of Patrick Stefan’s ‘Drinking Alone In The Moonlight’, a song shimmering with serene soundscapes.
Rumbling, angular and punctuated with fuzz-laden passages, M(h)aol’s ‘Bored Of Men’ has a defined sense of meaning and message.
Intimate in its scene-setting indie-folk sound, ‘Blurry’ finds Morning Midnight delivering a beautifully set mood and tone throughout.
A texturally bewitching offering from Catscars ‘Flower In My Hands’ has an ominous, foreboding colour and shape that resides deep at the heart of the music.
The softly portrayed air of ‘Bethesda Row’ dances from verse to chorus as The Butterfly Graveyard pull the listener further into their world.