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.
His ideas have roots & wings alike, and his framing of these connects in a somewhat less intense, more minimal yet striking manner thanks to plenty of space & musical appeal.
Drew Miller has poured his heart & soul into the process, and with clear professionalism & passion alongside this, not a moment is wasted
A fine testament to eforez’ natural passion for sound-play & audio experimentation as a producer.
Smooth production & absolute clarity meet with engaging stories that lean back & forth between the personal & the inclusive, connecting on a profound level for their honesty, openness & relatability.
From love songs to haunting tribal rhythms & dance-ready auras, with a multitude of stories and languages along the way, the project has plenty to offer.
One of the best & most unique indie albums to hit the scene this year – Christopher Dallman’s Digital Blue gets an energising make-over, shining light on a whole new aspect of his music.
Progressing from simple, funk-led beginnings, through a nostalgic arena of classic dance and house vibes, Antoine Carco keeps things organic & engaging throughout his post one-hour mixes this season.