Anna Aliena’s own brand of ‘Alien Pop’ features some gutsy classical crossover music that isn’t afraid to take a few risks.
Monthly Archive: August 2015
London Has Fallen’s sound is a curious blend of light and dark, with Alecia Gates’ chocolatey vocals being poured over the scattered drums and unassuming tones.
With clear, no nonsense country tones, Shane Martin’s Til The Wheels Fall Off is packed full of smoky vocals and melancholic melodies.
Kenny Fame is back with ‘Hail Mary’, and he’s returning to his old tricks.
As ‘In This Town’ begins, it’s almost impossible to get a handle on what’s going on, or quite what to expect.
Mr P Chill is back with his latest collection of tracks, Still Standing.
Opening with ‘Set A Course For Common Worlds’, New American Century immediately forges a path ahead that establishes itself clearly and makes its influences known.
Totally remastered, this is a fresh version of Advance’s first ever release, featuring a second disc of exclusive remixes.
Tonye’s ‘Criminal’ is a passionate and energetic piece of afrobeat, with its skittering beats and layered harmonies.
The Chill Zone is an EP that doesn’t rush things. Even the intro track takes its tine, using ocean waves to set a scene that move back to allow for cello notes and female...