Tag: Chamber Pop
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 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 Introspective Indie Folk Explores the Metaphysical. - Alastair Ottesen: Soul In Us
Posted by Krister Axel
We mourn, together, the collective loss of a past that was both naive and precious.
image for Gorgeous Chamber Pop from Vancouver. - Sam Lynch: Good Year
Posted by Krister Axel
This mournful, yet gorgeous ballad mixes dynamic swells with a vocal presence that is both hopeful and resolute.
image for Gorgeous Chamber Pop Explores the Divine. - Lydia Luce: Maybe in Time
Posted by Krister Axel
Layers of acoustic guitar, delicate orchestral arrangement, and acoustic piano highlight the musicality and enduring beauty of Luce’s sparkling vocal delivery.
image for Sensitive Pop from Newcastle for Fans of Rufus Wainwright. - AJIMAL: I've Known Your Heart
Posted by Krister Axel
Touches on the artistic temperament of Rufus Wainwright with a stunning vocal range and riveting emotional maturity.
image for Orchestral Alt Folk from Montreal. - Jim Audet: The Buzzman
Posted by Krister Axel
A statement about the showdown between artistic inspiration and the greedy forces of commercial appropriation.
image for Redemptive Chamber Pop from Amsterdam. - Celine Cairo: Found A Light
Posted by Krister Axel
Exposes the sensitive core of the human heart, and delivers a unique and gorgeous sound in the process of finding personal strength.
image for Gorgeous Alt Folk from Brighton for Fans of Sufjan Stevens. - Night House: Blackberry Wood
Posted by Krister Axel
Explores personal hardship and the fleeting moment of clarity that is often found at the heart of crisis.