After a year of single releases, live videos, creative detours and concerts, the debut album "Countryman’" from the dusty and pure folk-pop and beat/funk collective Wanna Be Brothers is finally being released.
In a little house somewhere in Florida, singer songwriter Jennifer Msumba created a debut album which is distinguished by its simplicity and authenticity.
When it comes to genre, their music is as skittish and indefinable as it comes. But the music scene agrees on one thing: The Isle of Wight band Plastic Mermaids are as undefinable as they are briljant. Bandcamp review on their debut full-length, Suddenly Everyone Explodes: "The Isle of Wight band overwhelm with shapeshifting, sensory-overloading pop songs that siphon their restless irreverence from the masters of modern psychedelic rock." (full article here) The album is created a huge barn in the “middle of nowhere” on the Isle of Wight. Jamie Richards, one of the band members, built most of the [...]
Tasmania raised multi-instrumentalist Tom Fowkes, writes, records and releases emotive and heartfelt compositions. Live, his simplified, honest and intimate performances have earned him spots at renowned festivals down under. About his performances: "Tom’s emotive compositions and powerful voice effortlessly transported the listeners into his world, leaving them with a heartfelt message of hope (Little Face), a dash of melancholy (Winter), and perhaps just a pinch of pissed off (Messy Men). A humble and genuinely top bloke".. ( Element Photography NZ) Tom Fowkes about his debut album " Sad to Light" : "A journey of the heart, and sometimes the head; I [...]