Jude Gwynaire’s music is other worldly, fascinating, engaging, challenging, and altogether mysterious. Time to get lost in space…
Monthly Archive: October 2014
‘Say No More’ opens sounding like a mid eighties R.E.M. track and develops during its running time to build into an entirely engaging song, with its vocals shared between male and female leads.
Opening with ‘Right Angles’, Guitarcadia is an unrelenting barrage of guitar rock, bringing in influences from metal, shred, and a wide range of metal subgenres.
Jay Soul’s acoustic version of ‘Stay With Me’ opens as delicately as you could possibly ask for, and as soon as his voice enters the picture it becomes clear that this is going to...
RxGF’s third full length release is action packed and positively brimming with indie cool.
It’s one of the most well known and recognisable tracks from the Irish stadium rockers U2, so it’s a real surprise to hear such a vastly reimagined version from Barbara Lusch.
Falling somewhere between the classic tones of Chrissie Hynde and the more modern sounds of Avril Lavigne and Katy Perry, Torrey Mercer delivers a fresh sound that packs a powerful melodic punch.
We’re certainly not strangers to Roxanna’s work here at Crossradar, and as we’ve noted before, it’s always great to see aspiring artists pushing hard to make it in a competitive industry.
Opening with the laid back slacker house of ‘Just Getting Started’, You Ain’t No Hipster starts things off with a curiously trip hop style vibe.
Opening with ‘Take You Home To Mama’, Marshall Dane’s style is immediately set and established as fun infused country rock.