Author: Zuzanna Zareba

EP | Sara Wolff – When You Left The Room

Liverpool-based singer-songwriter Sara Wolff, originally from Bergen, Norway, writes intriguing, well-crafted lyrics delivered in her warm voice over etheric fuzzy synths. In When You Left The Room Wolff is watching her thoughts and emotions like glass balls in the sunshine.…

EP | Clara Mann – Consolations

This collection of four songs brought by newcomer, Bristol-based singer-songwriter sounds timeless. Clara Mann is a classically-trained musician and she grew up in a small village in the south of France with classical music and choral pieces around her. As…

Album | Indigo Sparke – Echo

“What is the distance between love and fear, the distance between words and silence, the space between the body and mind and the soul, the landscapes between lovers. I don’t know. It’s a pendulum. I’m trying to find a gentle…

EP | Lanterns on the Lake – The Realist

It has been a pretty good year for Lanterns on the Lake. Spook the Herd, released in February, was nominated for the Mercury Prize, while BT Sport commissioned the band to create the theme tune for their Champions League coverage.…

EP | Gianna Lauren – Vanity Metrics

On her fourth release, Canadian singer-songwriter Gianna Lauren brings raw honesty and fragile volatility, looking at the data-driven reality where music like every piece of content is measured by numbers of streams and likes. The newest EP Vanity Metrics was…

Album | Juanita Stein – Snapshot

On her third solo LP, Juanita Stein emerges from the soundscapes of her previous works and again joins musical forces with her brother Joel, her bandmate from Howling Bells. The new record brings ten personal songs, woven out of snapshots from…

Album | Tempesst – Must Be a Dream

Listening to Tempesst’s debut LP is like traveling by cool old van through the inner surreal landscapes, passing by cosmic canyons, giant flowers, sunsets on the beach, and mushroom clouds. There a lot going on around and you don’t know…

Album | Lucy Feliz – Last of the Sun

“Dreamers stuck in their song,” – this line is resounding in Lucy Feliz’s ‘Paradise’. Well, I wouldn’t mind being stuck in her songs awhile. Last of the Sun, the second album from the Brighton-based folk singer-songwriter, is full of sun,…

Album | Lianne La Havas – Lianne La Havas

In these chaotic times when we need a more tender touch, Lianne la Havas returns with her rich, honey-like voice and a basket of 11 beautiful feminine songs about love, loss, and rebirth. Picture the tasteful mixture of neo-soul, folk,…