Category: Track Reviews

Teagon Johnston Returns With Experimental & Moving New Ballad ‘Blue Monday’

Formerly known as Little Coyote, singer-songwriter Teagan Johnston returns with her new single ‘Blue Monday’, a whimsical, moving and innovative piano ballad which demonstrates both Teagan’s ability as a songwriter as well as her remarkable ability to take the track beyond the confines of it’s genre with inventive production. Released today, on Blue Monday, supposedly …

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Turtle Tempo Weekly Roundup: Arliston, REUNIØN, Tony Shades & More

Arliston – Mountaineer Immediately reminiscent of my all time fave Bon Iver, Arliston’s new singe ‘Mountaineer’ is an absolute beauty. Beautiful falsetto vocal harmonies, delicate piano, subtle electronics and beats over a track which builds to a warming The National-esque climax. Packed with depth, genuine emotion and warming, beautifully produced instrumentation this is a faultless …

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Richard Orofino Shares Warming New Single ‘Scratch Off’

Layers of harmonising close to the mic vocals instantly gives Richard Orofino’s new single ‘Scratch Off’ a warming, personal quality. Layering strummed acoustics with some gorgeous reverb soaked guitar licks and the gentle pacing of the drums, the tracks melancholic yet in part also uplifting soundscape brings together elements of Arcade Fire, Phoebe Bridgers and …

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