Coming up as a solo project, Glasgow based songwriter and producer A Maxwell releases his new single Dawn that will be premiering on May 31.
Dawn gets into the scene as an upbeat pop-rock ballad that flows cheerfully on an ongoing tempo and sets hearty vibes for Maxwell’s lively vocals. As opposed to many pop-rock efforts out there that often lack a solid percussive feel, here the rhythmic section functions exquisitely and produces a substantial and uniform sequence of beats and loops you may easily want to dance along to. Mixing this with a steady guitar playing, that levels up only in the solo but perfectly staying on the melody, Dawn has a clean structure that makes it just so natural to appreciate.
Presenting catchy choruses that are so simple and engaging to sing along to, and coming in at only 2:30, Dawn marks itself as both web-phonic and radiophonic, so should you be driving by the seaside, you’ll certainly need to turn up the radio to set the proper mood for the day.
But for now, you’ll have to wait only a couple of days to listen to Dawn pre-save the track here.
Scotland-based band GINGER has dropped their latest single ‘Gardens’ infusing Indie-Rock and Alternative-Rock to create this lively uplifting piece.
Starting on the quieter side with the slight pluck of the guitar string and the subtle shred, when the mellow high-pitched vocals begin to illuminate the background, with a combination of unique tones to create this powerful array of voices that cut through the instrumentals.
Then entering into that more Rock style, with the heavy riffs on the guitar and the hard-hitting drum beats to give it that loud and crazy instrumental as the vocals begin to pierce through, taking that more gravelly texture to the voice and getting even louder with the vocal elements.
GINGER has created a piece that many will listen too, it shows how well they can mix different sounds up and make a piece that is enjoyable to listen too.
Check out GINGER’s latest single Gardens by heading on over to Spotify now.
Dr. Veers the five-piece band based in Glasgow has dropped their latest four-track collection ‘Who Owns The Moon?’
Infusing that 90s Alternative Rock sound throughout, sharing similarities to the likes of Nirvana and Sonic Youth, Dr. Veers bring their own unique twist to the ever-growing sound of the Rock scene, giving it their more modernized sound.
Having that rather Rock style but also combining that with Pop filled choruses that are extremely catchy, chaotic riffs and of course the rather strange lyrics. Their high energy beats out of their music, as they incorporate their manic and energizing sound through each track on the anthology.
Having that rather gruff vocal tone in each piece, they sure know how to create a collection that will show just how good Rock and Pop can sound together.
Check out Dr. Veer’s latest EP Who Owns The moon? by heading on over to Spotify now.