A huge collaborative project bringing together some of the UK’s best talents from jungle, drum & bass, reggae & dance. You get a sense of optimism & celebration throughout. The release is in support of the Demelza Hospice, UK.
The immense new release from artist & creative producer Cody JN. The track emerges like no other & continues to overwhelm with a continuously experimental, hypnotic soundscape that cascades around you.
The two artists offer so much passion & skill, their performances are mesmerising. The detail is beautiful – a carefully crafted single that has been so well captured you can listen on repeat & not get tired of the unfolding mightiness & magic.
The music & performances are a whirlwind – intense, magical, manic, and over all too quickly. Son Of Age is doing everything necessary to make waves in hip hop, plus a whole lot else on top of that.
The collaborative process has led to a number of cultures meeting & working in unison within the ambiance, and this creates something particularly special.
Creative artistry in a pure & experimental form. Weaving unpredictable instrumental samples & effects around you. The subject matter never succumbs to what is commonplace or expected. The expression is free.
This feels like a long lost hit from a simpler time. The beat & the vibrancy, the build up to the hook, the hook itself – all of this works in the way that mainstream music does. The added benefit is that this feels totally alternative right now.
Exactly the song you’d expect it to be, as well as nothing like you might have anticipated. Young Mane lets his lyricism & anger run wild, giving off something of a freestyle feel at first, later evolving into this rhythmic, hypnotic spiral of lines & moments.
The chorus explodes into life, the instrumentation multiples, the leading voice rises distinctly in passion & volume. The song is well written, beautifully performed, and produced to a crisp, professional, satisfying level.
Route 358 are a magnificent band, the music is so pure & yet so entrancing at every step. Their songwriting is at the top of its game. An unmissable playlist to see you through so many evenings or long drives home.
Distortion is met with a musically satisfying set-up, so the more you listen, the more these various moments of impressive, skillful musicianship start to take hold. A huge song, intense, hard hitting, incredibly well written.
The originality of the project has a definite series of threads that keep things relevant, though at no point can you get complacent. The band are doing their own thing and doing it well.