A more up-tempo number, ‘All I Needed’ exudes as much raw passion as the track that preceded it, and not without reason: impressively, the powerful vocal solo in ‘All I Needed’ was completely improvised in the moment – lyrics and melody included. ‘All I Needed’ is the kind of jazz song even non-jazz lovers can get down to. It features the perfect combination of fast-hitting notes that make you want to wobble your side to side and just roll with it.
‘Hunger & Fate’ transports your mind to a late-night jazz club. The kind you stumble upon when you’re out exploring the world, unsure what to expect from the dimly-lit venue you’ve never heard of and unaware of the magic that lies within until you enter the doors and are entranced in the moment. It’s the best kind of travel experience and best kind of musical moment all wrapped up in one heart-filling night out. Or in Coleman-Brown’s case, one soulful, authentic, jazz track.
In stark difference to the uplifting indie-pop Georgia Fair are known for, ‘Totem’ brings us a new, darker side of Wilson’s songwriting, showcasing a more vulnerable, more moving Wilson than we’ve previously seen. Gentle strums of acoustic guitar layered with understated keys bring a level of softness and comfort to the track, and artfully allows Wilson’s poignant vocals and evocative lyrics to become front and centre.
Five years since his last album release of original material, Troy Cassar-Daley clearly kept us hanging for good reason. The Aussie legend croons us through 14 classic country tracks, moulding together an emotionally driven yet joyfully captivating collection of powerfully personal songs.
It’s hard to believe KUČKA’s Wrestling is a debut album. We waited two years for its release since it was first announced, but this is the kind of album worth waiting for. The record is a diverse collection of experimental electronic tracks, textured with glitchy synths, layered with KUČKA’s ethereal vocals. Wrestling is definitely a start-to-finish album – that is, one that takes you on a journey, as each song shares new, deeply-personal insight into her story, and one that you don’t want to turn off.
The debut EP from Dulcie is filled with the best kind of pop tracks. The kind that get stuck in your head on loop, the kind you willingly hit repeat on over and over on your drive home, the kind you play in your head as you walk down the street and imagine your life has a film soundtrack.The resounding melodic positivity that overflows from each of the tracks makes this record one we all need to hear right now.
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