After years of performing with other artists and picking up valuable experience and knowledge on the way, Hannah Kelly is now focusing fully on her own original music and after the success of her debut track ‘New Faces‘, she returns with her atmospheric new single named ‘Ocean Brain‘.
Hannah Kelly is a fast-rising Berlin-based Swiss/Irish indie singer-songwriter. Her debut EP called ‘ForgetMeNot‘, is the works as we speak – and this marks an exciting new chapter in this versatile musician’s fledgling career – who is such a breath of fresh air, with her sumptuously elegant vocal delivery.
She sings with a real rare classy elegance that is so easy to enjoy – her style is so glorious and mellow to consume – as you curiously dive dive down and see her vision, through a tremendous track that is peaceful and made with such love.
‘Ocean Brain‘ from the wonderful Berlin, Germany based indie-pop artist Hannah Kelly, is a lovely music video and well-made song that urges us to swim with her no matter what the tide is. She shows us her wondrous creativity and performs with such pure artistry, that you can’t help but get the swimming gear on and join her underwater.
The world is full of crashing waves and stormy tides that are so unpredictable, so you might as well just go with the flow and see where you go in this rather strange world.
See this new music video on YouTube and find out more news on her IG music page.
Embark on a tribally psychotropic journey with the latest release, ‘The Realm of Sokar’, from Irish producer and composer ReHumanise (Damian Brady).
With Eastern and West African rhythms, shamanic influence and the beguiling sitar chimes sitting alongside synths, this cultural smorgasbord transcends what Western music alone could in terms of rhythmic transfixion.
The soul-inspired grooves and hypnotically mellifluous progressions of the Folk single are instantaneously accessible through the infusion of Indie and Rock which will simultaneously remind you of Beck, Hozier and the Stone Roses, but rest assured, The Realm of Sokar is far too arcane to offer even a hint of assimilation.
If you don’t really consider yourself a spiritual person, you may feel otherwise inclined once this stunning release eased to a quiescent close.
The Sacred Realm of Sokar is available to stream on all major platforms via this link.
Irish singer and songwriter Omo Aston has dropped his new single Man On! from the EP Sooner Than You Think.
Unfolding from Afrobeat sounds rooted in his Nigerian descent and outlining a paramount part of the arrangement, the song is like a gust of fresh air for an R&B-derived hip hop effort to the likes of artists such as Kendrick Lamar and Frank Ocean. Despite being in the scene since only 2018, Omo Aston prides himself on having achieved thousands of streams without any other support but his talent and an ever-evolving sound that gets to explore features of Soul and even Jazz.
While still being an emerging artist, he’s already gained awareness and appraisal by Irish urban magazines, and it’s fair to expect he’s going to deliver on that pledge in his upcoming project in 2021.
But for now, you can head over Spotify and check out Man On! for yourself.
With his debut EP coming out soon, September is the latest release by Irish singer-songwriter Daniel Jackson.
Relying solely on the support of his guitar and his voice, just like many other Irish acts are widely known for, September is an upbeat, cheerful in sound, pop ballad that brings forward a pinch of folk roots.
Daniel’s powerful and thick vocals possess such spirit and passion they make you deeply plunge into the music, and completely immerse yourself into the sweet portrait he describes in his lyrics when singing of a breath-taking something that eventually identifies itself as love – that somethinghe’s been looking for. The love dedication is utterly pure and genuine, as pure as his approach to song-writing.
‘Great tone mate!’, somebody comments on his Soundcloud profile page, and I totally second that!
You can listen to September for yourself on Soundcloud.
Irish indie rock band Rofi James released their new single ‘Everytime I Make You Hate Me’ on April 24th 2020, an alternative pop effort that follows the success of their previous debut singles ‘Fools For Your Love’ and ‘Open Eyes’.
‘Everytime I Make You Hate Me’ is a compelling combination of the best indie pop and indie rock influences of the last decade, with its melodies sounding original and fresh among the contemporary alternative scene.
The song presents a range of pads and rhythmic guitars that broaden the sound both in the verses and choruses, and grows even wider with the balanced pop drums resulting in a almost epic harmony. The little crunch in the vocals perfectly suits the sweetness of the overall song, a fantastic contrast that will immediately catch your ear.
Head over to Spotify and listen to ‘Everytime I Make You Hate Me’.
John Crossan has released his latest single ‘2 Wheels & 3 Bottles’, Soul, Pop and Rock combine for this calming and catchy piece.
Plucking at the guitar strings creating that smooth instrumental, adding in a tap to the strings to create that slight difference in sound, using the acoustic to his advantage and playing it in such a mesmerising way as it combines with the vocals perfectly.
John’s tone is light and tranquil, keeping that same pitch and that same tone, always managing to hit every note in an excellent way, whilst making sure that the instrumentation collides alongside the tone.
John Crossan’s new piece has so much potential, the skills he has on the guitar are insane and you must check this one out.
Listen to John Crossan’s 2 Wheels & 3 Bottles by heading over to YouTube now.