Indulge in the beauty of eclectic synth waves and reverb guitars, with pushes of intense lyrical vulnerability.
Tag: Utah Band
Joshua Claflin treats long-time fans to a retro gem ahead of his new album.
“The moment he starts singing his addictive hooks with his distinctive voice, it’s impossible not to be transported to the place he wants you to be.”
We took a look at each band playing Velour’s next Battle of the Bands.
Album Review: Faded Dream by Goldmyth
Who said you had to choose between ugly crying and getting out on the dancefloor?
“If this music helps one person to slow down, to exist with more gratitude, and live life more intentionally, then it is a success.”
“If you can make someone feel good with two chords? That’s cool.”
Album Review: Places by The National Parks
This album wasn’t perfect, but in context of their entire discography it turned out to be a really, really important record.
Album Review: Ashes & Gold by Lunar Spirit
Poignant is the word that comes to mind: a focus on beauty with mostly straight ahead, slower grooves.
This record is detailed and meticulously crafted to provide the listener with an experience that is wholly fulfilling and devoid of any head-scratching moments.