Taken from The Mary Wallopers forthcoming debut album, ‘Frost Is All Over’ is bouncing entanglements of musicality and vibrant trad energy.
The lo-fi laid back mood of Uly’s ‘fishing’ makes for a texturally serene blend of alt-pop, neo soul and jazz flourishes.
The centrepiece and title-track from Lõwli’s Otherworld E.P, ‘Otherworld’ weaves its deep dark-folk spell with a haunting air and captivating performance.
‘Sparks’ finds Saige expanding the scale and scope of her alt-pop sound with a track that melds layers of driving electro sounds with the artists commanding vocals.
Tempered with alt-pop scope and scale, Lucy McWilliams’ softly conveyed vocal drives the core of her stellar new offering ‘Break My Own Heart’.
A vivid array of pop sounds form the centre of Alice Kiernan’s ‘Golden’ surround by depthful vocal layering that adds a sonic twist to the music.
An intimate folk-pop offering from Partland, ‘Don’t Shoot Me Those Baby Blues’ has a handmade feel that plays into the song’s charm.
Opening Elaine Howley’s stellar The Distance Between Heart and Mouth, ‘Silent Talk’ is awash with textural scope, the backdrop plays into Howley’s beguiling vocals that seems to melt and meld with the ambience of the music itself.
Intricately layered and lined beats entangle within the electro-pop aesthetic of Love Command 0’s swing for the fences new single ‘Glass’.
Ambitious pop-punk from Hallie, ‘Y D E K’ works on a widescreen sound brought to the fore by Hallie’s powerful vocal.