Novo Amor’s debut album, Birthplace, will bring about goosebumps in all listeners.
Novo’s ethereal falsetto is absolutely stunning. Exhilarating instrumental buildups containing strings, piano, … Read more
Returning with his second album, NOVA, is Los Angeles producer RL Grime. With this new record RL Grime takes his sound into a new cinematic … Read more
As one would expect from a second album the latest offering from Sydney trio DMA’s demonstrates the growth they’ve undergone as a group. The band … Read more
Honest Man is an honest album.
Warm tones and easy-going rhythms greet the ears of the listener like a smile and invite them into the … Read more
The second album from Norwegian indie rock maestro Mikhael Paskalev continues to explore a wide array of musical styles, blending them together much more smoothly … Read more
The newest album from Triggerfinger is an intentional mix of a raw energy and experimentation, it strives to differentiate itself from the bands earlier work … Read more
I Must Be Somewhere keeps a slow and considered pace throughout the album. Raised By Eagles plays leisurely through the ten tracks, committing to the … Read more
This album is aptly named. All the Time in the World has a leisurely feel unhurried by time or duty. The lyrics and the music … Read more
Patience has been a cornerstone of Crooked Colours music career and their debut LP, Vera, coming five years after bursting onto the scene epitomises that … Read more
The listener can spend almost a whole luxurious hour in Ultralife.
Oh Wonder’s album is a smooth trip through, a feeling of having no … Read more