Guitar and vocals, depth and intensity. Music can be so simple and so overwhelming.
The best six releases of the week are distinct in genre but coinciding in the way they burst emotions wide out.
Cliffside is an instant brain-melter, and a super-canorous indie-rock composition.
DREAMIST is Jesse Maranger's sophomore album and it is a delight to hear.
Waste of Time is the latest piano driven single that takes less than 3 seconds to get stuck in your head.
In a beautiful coincidence to Dylan's Nobel Prize, The Republic is a beautiful folk track, sung as an ode to going back to basics.
Right Place is an alt-folk song with the unique bittersweetness of home after moving out: both warmly cozy and coldly distant.
Shadow Wind showcases Dotan's duality on both rough and smooth, invigorating and touching. Massive, massive song from our favorite dutch artist.
As soon as Matt Gresham's warm, scratchy voice starts and the song picks up pace, you'll find yourself infected by this rhythmic electronic(ish) lullaby. Warning: Small Voices is addictive.