A mellow rock song bookended by arpeggiated acoustic guitar- Radiohead meets The Beatles. Intimate vocals mix with playful electronica, slide guitar, groove bass and drums for a light track with heavy substance. Downbeat and chilled, slightly eclectic, it's mysteriously thoughtful in mood.
The clue is in the title, really. A driving instrumental with an upbeat and positive feel, featuring cool electric guitar riffs over a rocking rhythm section. With spacier, reverb-laden bridge sections to break things up a bit, you get an added diversity to maintain the interest, as well as a few shouted 'heys' in case you weren't awake.
Guitar focused track that captures an atmospheric beauty contrasting with a more dramatic dynamic. Starting gently with clean plucked guitar harmonics and melodic lines, and gradually building with piano, it finally breaks into the full theme with big drums and pounding guitar strums to drive the piece relentlessly forward. One simple theme, layered and contrasted for maximum diversity while keeping the original familiarity and lush vibe.
Hyped up, hook ridden song to test your energy levels. Short and sweet, you sense the playful vibe from the start with kiddish vocals, fuzz guitar and a raw rock rhythm. Lots of noise, lots of speed, lots of fun ........... and a manic disposition.
Inquisitive indie pop song. Maybe it's the intimate vocals sung from the head, heart and throat, maybe it's the whistled chorus, maybe it's the curious theremin leads or retro tremolo guitar tones - who knows, but it's a mysterious and bold mix to create a slightly psychadelic flavour in a downbeat, sleepy tune about questioning mental control, which despite this, manages to remain light and mellow in vibe.
Serence vocal harmonies and massive synth bass dominate this spacey, psychedelic track. Heavy synth swells, bells and xylophone all add to the trip-hop-turned-rock beat to mould a track that is down tempo yet hard hitting. At times mellow, at times aggressive, it's as cheerful as it is frustrated.
Indie pop rock song with a focus on extravagent vocals. With a retro garage feel, and at times mimimalist expression, the vocal harmonies and dynamics range from breathy whispers to pleading screams to attract your attention. Over a simple backbeat, clean and dirty guitars and a steady, melodic bass line, it's a quirky song about loving someone (or the denial of losing it) brave enough to use a whistle, glockenspiel and saxophone solo outro to reinforce the melodramatic qualitites. Upbeat in style yet slightly uncomfortable in mood, it's an authentic demonstration of frustrated angst and longing.
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