“Sanctify” moves back and forth between quiet, relatively calm sections, and lively, impassioned passages, all while keeping a consistently gentle tempo, perhaps reflecting the nature of the kind of like Paul Janeway wants to live.
Whitney's sound is unmistakably modern folk-inspired indie rock, but has a surprising country twist that appears sparingly throughout the track.
“Rebirth of Cool” is a monumental effort in the realm of easy-listening music, bringing intrigue and swagger to the table in an environment has the tendency to be drab and uninspiring.
“Hard Times,” off of their debut album Paradise, is a truly representative manifestation of what Con Brio is all about: the confluence of energy, passion, struggle, and the desire and motivation to overcome oppression.
Crumb has taken a noticeable, and welcome, turn towards psychedelia and jazz.
Seratones, a nifty little outfit out of lovely Shreveport, Louisiana, has created a sound that somehow, someway, seamlessly blends the polar opposite genres of grunge rock and soul music.
“Come on Home” is a summery piece of art, the sonic equivalent of a flowery sun dress, and a timeless testament to the internationally ubiquitous feeling of joy.
Inspired by American pioneers like GRiZ, Gramatik, and Pretty Lights, French duo The Geek x Vrv are planting their flag in the fertile soil of electro-soul.
With “Freedom Is Free,” Chicano Batman creates a life force that beams positivity, hope, and defiance.
Los Angeles-based piano-man Alex Izenberg ensnares the essence of the confusing, up-and-down process of moving on with his inventive ballad “To Move On,” off of his November 2016 album Harlequin.
A good rap song can only enter the realm of greatness with the presence of quality instrumentals, so thankfully, more and more rappers are starting to team up with producers to release albums under a joint moniker, giving the producers the credit they deserve.
“Following the Sun” feels like the fond reflection on a blissful summer romance that is forced to come to an end too soon.