Taken from Gilla Band’s much anticipated Most Normal, ‘Post Ryans’ repressive buzzing backdrop and contorted form makes for a characteristically warped offering.
Clara Tracey’s ‘Jane Birkin’, from the artist’s upcoming debut Black Forest, takes on a myriad of contrasting textures and sonic shapes behind Tracey’s eloquent vocal performance.
Elaine Mai & Murli join forces on the sonically lush and lyrically sharp, genre melding ‘Ready’.
The spellbinding ‘Laundry’ centres itself around Farah Elle’s mesmerizing vocal acrobatics.
The scratching, angular indie of Skinner’s ‘Commander Trainwreck’ has a building undercurrent that works on internal tension of the song itself.
Aonair’s widescreen sound fills the sonic spectrum on the swing for the fences track ‘There Ain’t No Easy Way Out’.
‘September Sun’ sets the scene for an enchantingly serene debut offering from Krea, surrounded in harmony led barque-pop flourishes.
The ambient lowlight resonance of Joshua Burnside’s ‘Late Afternoon In The Meadow (1887)’ leaves a lasting impression.
The densely layered sound of ‘Another Life’ finds Christian Cohle tempering his music with layers of rhythm and texture.