South Carolina’s After Alice is the uncompromising vision of Steven Fennell and Jason Crowden, two seasoned
The Phosphenes create imperfect three-minute pop songs from a standard dysfunctional rock line-up (with added harmonica for your convenience) that – replete with catchy hooks and upbeat rhythms, armed with poignant and quirky humour, and dripping in vocal harmonies – stick in your head and rewire your brain. http://www.phosphenes.com.au.
Like many southern areas in the late 80’s Leland, Mississippi was hit with a crack epidemic that turned the once peaceful town upside down. Drugs and violence became a common place and Sipp Ward struggled to avoid the traps that the Streets and Court System set up for young black men. One of the things […]
The Delerium Trees are Drew Jarvie, founding member, songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, and Steve Barker, guitarist/producer. Their debut album, Paradise Will Be, explores the themes of hope, despair, loneliness, dreams, religion and politics. Drew formed the Trees after Perfect Stranger split up in 2001. He has created a unique soundscape based on his brass band […]
Since moving to Johannesburg in 2010 Rytious AKA Lunga Sithole has been grafting and crafting his style into how what maybe considered a fusion of hiphop & old school kwaito (South African rap.)
Phillip Foxley is a multi-genre songwriter & guitarist writing songs mainly for pitching to film/tv licensing opportunities from his home studio in Conwy, North Wales, UK. Foxley’s music doesn’t fit into any specific genre, which means it ranges from Electric Blues, Pop, Rock, Punk, Acoustic & Piano ballads and Alternative and Instrumental styles. https://phillipfoxley.bandcamp.com