Setting you up with a synth down-pour designed for & dedicated to uplifting audiences into the euphoric electronic warmth of pure energy.
The self-proclaimed rock power trio have me hooked. Unpredictable throughout, yet still somehow musically and melodically on point with every creative decision made.
Plump Da Kidd blends the classic weight of hip hop with a contemporary edge throughout this impressively honest, hard-hitting new album.
As well as developing a band project called Runaway Schoolboyz, along with his own clothing line, NEPTUNE BOY marks the latest peak in Loomy’s solo releases.
Incredibly poetic, interesting, refreshing in both style & subject – not to mention undeniably recognisable & firmly rooted in its own identity. Another immensely unique album from the one & only The Key Of Green.
Big rock and roll vibes continue to strike – that raw, amplified sound works beautifully in transporting listeners to the purity and volume of a live show.
Progressing from vocally suggestive, eighties-esque beginnings, through increasingly intense alternative EDM realms, an aptly titled Power starts off the project with an immense level of identity & strength.
Every bit as creatively experimental and free from the confines of expectation as you’d hope. A refreshing alt-pop listen.
A brilliantly relevant hit of realism and optimism united – perfect for these trying times we’ve been facing.
Death of an Amateur is impressively eclectic, and rightfully showcases a clear step towards professionalism on the indie artist front.
Immediately upbeat & loaded with high energy good vibes, Jaydii’s Carnegie Hall starts off as it means to go on – introducing the artist and indeed kicking off 2021 with positivity & uplift.
This is something of an audio & hip hop masterpiece, ready & waiting to be repeatedly streamed at volume to light up the uncertain parts of your day.