Shallow Minds is the latest offering, from the ever-growing impressive catalogue of dark indie songs, from TV People.
It reminds me of a song a fairy god mother would sing to a princess, though haunting the tone is uplifting and positive.
Fuzzy otherworldly tones, mellow lush guitar riffs and balmy basslines is the fantastic trademark sound of 90s indie stalwarts Emperor of Ice Cream.
A mellow single infused with dreamy piano keys, and idyllic vocals that glide over the tectonic pull of effervescent stringed arrangements. Patsy is a remarkable single that bubbles with a pensive romanticism .
Having just released his single Delicate Bones in July, Train Room has returned with his new album Hurricane of Love. The brainchild of Balla songwriter, musician and producer Joe Monaghan, the songwriter has been growing and maturing his sound over the last decade, creating his own distinctive blend of alluring indie-folk. The songwriter’s new album... Continue Reading →
Ryan Sheridan released his new single Fine Wine ahead of his first gig in two years, reaching number one in the iTunes chart ahead of Ed Sheeran and Dermot Kennedy.
Humming with a sense of regret, melancholia, and a desire to return to a more innocent time, this beguiling melody airily floats above a guitar sound that wails with a tone straight from Siamese Dream
The Chase have produced a fantastic hook laden track that’s old school brit pop for a new generation