Ajudha’s notable vocal skills, thoughtful songwriting, and impressive visuals make for a meaningful musical experience that will leave audiences craving more.
It’s exhilarating to hear them refusing to compromise on their politicised art while still crafting top shelf bangers.
The sampled strings give it an air of mischievous deviancy like some eccentric contemporary British crime thriller.
Pure Colors puts it all together like a sonic magician, making a veritable hotchpotch of countercultural sounds from the last forty or so years.
The month-long Blogtober Festival got underway at The Finsbury this weekend with two nights, curated by For Folk's Sake and Young & Aspiring, that set a high bar for the remaining 29 shows
It’s enough to make you momentarily forget about Brexit and Trumpmania.
‘What I Want’ is a masterclass in subtlety. Folky lullaby vocals entwine with an unobtrusive synth gently lulling the ears like the soft lapping of a woodland spring.
This single finds Plants And Animals belting out cohesive, bold and bouncy indie-soul, all sturdy groove, twinkling arpeggios and a memorable chorus – yes, a wholehearted refrain – about not surrendering your life to anxieties
'Doggy Doctor' is a slow and strange number replete with chiming guitars and a kind of car-sick nauseous quality to its heavy lurching momentum. It’s challenging music that never quite settles in the stomach till the starry outro.
Raising the Phoenix: ‘Mountain’ grabs your ears with a sweet guitar riff and a conga-like afro-kraut drumbeat followed by a sweet piano synth sound