Category: Music
image for Digital Roots Pop Written by Artificial Intelligence. - AUDOIR: Let Our Dreams Fall Down
Posted by Krister Axel
Can you really tell that this song wasn't written by a human?
image for Impressive UK Folk Debut. - Listen to Burying Giants: Stormy Seas
Posted by Krister Axel
Expands the boundaries of a folk and pop crossover by mixing a subtle jazz sensibility with the passionate, visceral sensibility of classic roots music.
image for Electronic Indie Pop Collab Explores the Power of Love. - SypSki x raspy x Landon Cube: Down & Out
Posted by Krister Axel
Offers a bit of hope for anyone still looking to make that once-in-a-lifetime connection. After all, it is always darkest just before the dawn.
image for German Composer Drops New Downtempo Opus. - Thomas Lemmer: Ambient Nights
Posted by Krister Axel
This album is perfect for a yoga session, a morning of spiritual serenity, or just curling up on the couch with your favorite book.
image for Beautiful Indie Folk Pop from Western Massachusetts. - Izzy Heltai: Day Plan
Posted by Krister Axel
Delivers a moment of blissful, creative escape from a world that can sometimes feel as lonely as it is prescriptive.
image for Gratifying Folk Pop from Naples. - An Early Bird: Fishes in the Ocean
Posted by Krister Axel
Delivers a gratifying retrospective that is rooted in the folk traditions of emotional intimacy and profound yearning.
image for Impressive Electronic Debut from Argentinian Multi Instrumentalist. - 808g: glOw
Posted by Krister Axel
Delivers a captivating and dynamic experience that lifts electro pop into a cerebral dream-state, bringing electronic drums together with rap, layers of vocal harmony, electric guitar, and sitar.
image for Roots Songwriter from Cape Town Writes Joyous Elegy for his Grandmother. - JPson: For You
Posted by Krister Axel
Offers a timeless, sunbaked infusion of acoustic vibes with quality songcraft, delivered alongside festive and organic grooves.
image for Funky Fresh Party Pop from Estonia. - Daniel Levi: Jasmine
Posted by Krister Axel
Sometimes it is worth looking back and celebrating how far you've come, and what sort of a person you turned out to be.