Chamber Pop that illuminates: Heren Wolf’s ‘Far‘ is a spectacular song filled with warmth and deep energies that filters into our hearts.
Heren Wolf is an Italian pop singer-songwriter based in London who has a voice that pieces through you, you can feel the raw beautif and how incredibly well this song has been constructed.
‘The imagery of the‘womb’, representing the safe and primordial place, in which pain hasn’t yet left its mark.’- Heren Wolf
With a soothing start that has stunning piano riffs that are so touching and encapsulates how safe the world should be. After making a fresh move to London, this is all about a new times. Taking the time to heal from all that happened in the past is key, moving on is even better as it enables you to start again. New friends and new memories.
Heren Wolf’s ‘Far‘ is such a masterpiece, the layers here are so magnificently meshed together and you can’t help but appreciate this new song. Music like this doesn’t appear all the time and this is a track that needs to be hear and played to get that extra bit of beauty back in our lives.
RYA is tired of getting messed around on his new fresh house track called ‘Anymore‘ and states his intentions.
This is a young 22 year old electro-soul singer & producer from stunning London City in the UK. He loves sunsets and parties that last way too long which isn’t too surprising as this is a last-lasting and stamina-filled house music that gets us all sweaty and blushing from ear to ear.
You are tired of her causing you pain. The love is so strong but now things are opening up like a broken door. Communication has been lost and this is a cause that can’t be saved. This is all over and now is the time to move on and grow stronger from the lessons learnt.
RYA is a talented producer and singer, his music is so relevant and his states his intentions clearly on this one. The beat is fantastic on ‘Anymore‘ and he is happy to be single for a while as he has lots of incredible music to make.
Young singer Sarah Shoumer returns with her stunning singing ability on her new indie pop-electronic song called ‘Music‘. Music does indeed keep us strong.
Sarah Shoumer is a tenacious 15-year-old multi-instrumental singer-songwriter who has a positive and hopeful outlook on life. She wants to be a strong role model for young girls around the world and be a charismatic leader of change. For this we can be very grateful as there are a lack of visible role models in our world right now.
Music that heals all is the message here. Staying positive throughout despite the dark roads sometimes. This is our life and we need to stay strong. Luckily music helps our soul heal and push through any obstacle that arrives.
Currently, Sarah is finishing her debut EP which hosts a variety of her best ever songs. However, she recently released a Holiday song, ‘Secret Santa‘ which was her debut single. This is a young singer who is just getting started and her music inspires so much. Sarah Shoumer gives us hope in 2020 with ‘Music‘.
Stream this scrumptiously stunning song from Sarah here on Spotify.
Find out more about this young artist on her Insta.
If you were my Neptune /You would make me so pure/I would take you somewhere. Formed in 2017, ‘Prosody’ are making a name for themselves with their good sound and strong lyrical abilities. They are an enjoyable listen and seem like they are climbing up the European music ladder.
Previously in ‘Newborn’ in 2016, you can tell that the band are quite familiar with each other which makes such a difference. Bands take many months and years to know what each other is thinking and this can’t be faked. ‘Prosody’ is off their album ‘Keep Your Dreams Awake’ and is a fun song to listen to. Vocally I feel that an extra backing vocalist would help tremendously to get their sound out more.
After only playing in Paris so far, let’s keep an eye out for this newish band to make a name for themselves next summer at festivals in Europe. They certainly have all the ingredients to make it big.
Get more of this fantastic French band inside your ears via YouTube.
Every once in awhile, it’s possible that you’ll stumble across a track which offers massive beats and an even more sizeable serving of soul. That’s just what we delved into when Electronic Pop artist Dakota Chappy appeared on our radar.
The strikingly talented vocalist dropped her latest entrancingly danceable yet mindfully inspired single “Right There” on March 4th. If you want to raise your vibration, strap on a pair of headphones and experience the vibrancy of the upraised radio-ready single.
There will undoubtedly be bigger and more refreshingly absolving music to come from Dakota Chappy. So, we’d suggest that you follow our lead and firmly affix her to your radars.
You can check out the official music video to Dakota Chappy’s latest single via YouTube.
Los-Angeles Folk singer-songwriter Kela Parker has recently released her new single ‘’Come Spring’’. An enticing and mysterious track, with dark yet angelic vocals and slow soothing instrumentals.
Kela has such unique vocals, the style ranges it’s something that you wouldn’t normally hear on a daily basis which is what makes this track so enchanting. There’s this rather chilling instrumental at the start, with the sound of a deep breath flowing alongside. Then within the first few seconds your hooked in as Kela’s vocals take the track to a whole new level, sounding fairly brittle at times, but as she gradually starts to go higher her voice is very strong and melodic.
This whole track makes you feel this curious amount of suspense, but not in a bad way, it has you listening to every second carefully, because it is so compelling to listen too.
Kela Parker has created a track that leaves you wanting to hear more and to see the ever growing talent of her vocal ranges, we can’t wait to see what she does next.
Check out Kela Come Spring by heading over to SoundCloud now.
From forming in 2016, Norway’s five-piece Rock band Samana Rising have just recently released their new track ‘’Another Day’’. Going by the sound of Blues Rock, it’s safe to say that this band knows how to make an insane track that makes you feel good when you listen and one that’ll be on repeat for sure.
Another Day is filled with many Rock elements, never swaying away from their revised Blues Rock sound. The electrifying guitar riffs, the hard hitting drum beats as well as the softly spoken vocals that come from vocalist Hanne Severtsen.
Samana Rising are a band that gives their audience something that’s thrilling and really targets that Rock essence, giving off this electrifying atmosphere that is so mesmerising to listen to, but in their own unique way. Keeping that same slow pace but gradually amping up the volume as the instrumentals begin to take a heavier turn.
There are many times throughout where the instrumentation has its own time to shine with the insane electric riffs and the smooth drum beats, it all blends perfectly well together and it’ll be interesting to see what Samana Rising does next in their musical endeavours.
If you want to check out Samana Rising’s new track Another Day head on over to Spotify now.
London-based singer-songwriter Bianca Bazin has poured her heart and soul into ‘White Water’. The track is about overcoming personal battles and persevering in the face of adversity.
Bazin previously made folk music. She states that “due to the desire to explore new sounds and ideas, I wanted to make music which would be more uplifting”. This shift from folk to pop has clearly been the product of a lot of soul-searching, and ‘White Water’ is a sure example of how Bazin is not afraid to explore her musical capabilities and push the boat out. She digs deep in this track, and wears her heart on her sleeve. For this reason, she comes across as unapologetic in her choices, but the song still displays a sense of vulnerability which makes it all the more cathartic.
The best songs are the ones that come from the heart, which is why ‘White Water’ is one of Bazin’s best yet. Influenced by the likes of Lana Del Rey, Dua Lipa and Florence & The Machine, Bazin borrows her sense of security and shamelessness in her art from these fellow strong females. But her velvety vocal is completely her own.
Her emotions are laid bare in ‘White Water’, and its polished production allows Bazin’s pure, soaring vocal to shine brilliantly. At 2 minutes 29 seconds, the cascading instrumentals elevate the song even further. In triumphant upwards ascension, Bazin’s creation stands strong.
A unique, contemporary artist, Bazin shows the power of vulnerability with this exquisite offering, ‘White Water’.
With an infusion of that “cool” Kendrick Lamar’s kinda vibe that we rarely see, and that Jcole’s prowess in storytelling through his music, Kavlon delivered this masterpiece with apt adroitness.
A cool intro in unison with that special kind of hip-hop beat that punctures the heart of hip-hop/rap music lovers through the needle’s eye is undoubtedly the best way to describe the quality of energy and amount of creativity that was poured into the production of this song. Your comment when asked about what you feel about this song would probably be the same as mine.
What a an interesting song this is; this is really not just an everyday hip hop/ rap music you must have probably heard of before, it”s also not the type of song that flies to the top of charts but the kind of song that takes its time to slowly and steadily find its way to the top of music chart.
Kavlon’s – ‘Her camera’ is a song that leads you through an interesting musical journey to imagine and relate to what the singer talks about in his song. A psychedelic sound and harmonic song that is delivered with every level of distinctive creativity and drifts it is.
This is more like a cool jam that can be played at any point in time, especially when on the move or at work. The lyrics of this song were well drafted and the harmony of this song makes it quite an easy song to sing along with, with every bit of its next line already playing out with much clarity in your head.
Aside from the low sound quality and the way the song was quickly cut off at the end, I think this song can easily score a 10/10 in my rating.
Hailing from Perth, Australia, Ah Trees set out to create an interesting blend of new wave and indie-pop, with psychedelic overtones. They learned lessons from their fellow Aussies, Tame Impala, but also from timeless acts such as INXS (another legendary band from the land down under), The Police or Tears For Fears.
Ah Trees set out to offer their own special twist on such influences, transposing the aesthetics of new wave music into the modern indie-rock format with excellent result. Do It All Wrong also features a collaboration with Moody Beach, bringing a distinctive twist to the track.
The track is the first single taken from their upcoming sophomore release! Find out more here