Roger Cole & Paul Barrere’s Musical Schizophrenia moves back and forth from a variety of styles, but their own style can be found embedded within each and every track on offer.
Monthly Archive: July 2015
A surprise hit here from Al-x; ‘Always’ is fresh and bright, with a feel good summery sound to lift everyones mood.
As a track that opens with a spoken vocal sample, it can sometimes be difficult to know what to expect. What emerges as the track develops is a dark and clattering mix of sounds...
Sometimes when you hear a four to the floor beat it just grabs you, doesn’t it?
Five tracks, all vastly different remixes sharing a common vocal – Worldwide Groove Corporation’s ‘Make Me Free’ is a creative experiment in making music with more unusual approaches.
Using his songwriting skills to raise awareness of the impact of the Boston marathon tragedies, Seth Balestrieri releases his new track ‘Our Song (Boston Strong)’ as both a reminder and a message to those who...
Ando Gro’s slightly off kilter indie piano tunes roll back and forth, dragging the listener along on a curious journey of investigation.
Broad reaching and packed full of cheeky funk tones, The Soggy Po Boys’ No Worse For Wear is a tumbling, rich collection of songs.
Mysterion is a blistering collection of fresh hardcore tunes, ready and waiting to burst your eardrums before kissing them better again.
Taking a four to the floor beat, swirling synth tones, electronic bleeps, and a confident sultry voice, Lynsday Pace’s ‘Sick Day’ is three minutes of pumping power pop.