There are no two ways about it. This is crisis. It could be end-game for many. With global pandemic comes even further economic disparity and, in this case, the arts industry is clearly not being supported.
Click Music will forever continue to promote messages of togetherness and hope. We will be increasing output much like the soap and pasta factories of the world. Now, more than ever, we need to shine a light on new music.
Here are our current favourite tunes:
The Lounge Society – Generation Game
The Lounge Society’s ‘Generation Game’ brings an ethereal quality, something entirely void in most guitar based music. Its fast paced chord structure clashing with relevant lyricism epitomises all that guitar music can be in the modern age. If I were on a plane and it crashed, this track would represent whichever flotation vice it is equipped with.
It comes via Speedy Wunderground, founded by Dan Carey, Alexis Smith & Pierre Hall. Their forward-thinking, swift-moving ethos is second to none. They have garnered true cult-like status in the UK and beyond.
Drug Store Romeos – Frame Of Reference
‘Frame Of Reference’ is al encompassing, the audio companion to anything Bauhaus (art). The dream-pop trio, once in the punk game, are pushing forth with an audio style both likeable and hypnotic.
The track is dynamic. Meditate to it. Dream to it. Light a candle and self-isolate to it. Fuzzy and nostalgic, this is anthemic in more ways than one.
Snayx – Body Language
‘Body Language’ begins with ferocious confidence. Its bass riff has swagger, lyrically it is assertive. Best suited to the live setting, the Brighton band are onto a sound both special and marketable.
They release a debut EP in 2020 via Austerity Records.
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