Sometimes things get intimate, other times they stand back and stare at the world, attempting to deliver an explanation.
Living well and truly in the moment, Christopher A. Taylor strives for spontaneous creativity through and through. His last album release was the aptly titled 10/31/2019, and like all of his work to date, the project features freestyle raps exclusively.
Offering dance pop classics galore, the playlist makes for the perfect choice when looking to balance nostalgia with contemporary sound design.
Thoughtful soundscapes take their time to build, showcasing someone who utilizes the very art of sound design and musicality, in line with lyricism, to pave his way as an artist. A brilliant album, quite probably his best to date.
Artist and rapper Hazel’s debut mixtape is one that legitimately makes you wonder how this is the first project of hers to emerge
The way the music slowly but surely sweeps you off your feet is a finely tuned craft that’s been absolutely mastered here.
Roaming freely amidst the trip-hop, electro pop genres, balancing delicate EDM details with soulful, heartfelt vocals, and an overall dreamlike purity and warmth that quickly embraces listeners – the single introduces the Texas trio in a professional and likable way.
Fifteen original tracks from one of our generation’s most uniquely expressive, talented, and prolific songwriters.
A clear collection of favourites, approached with respect, skill, and unquestionable passion. A refreshing reminder of the hits that paved the way for contemporary music.
ALDEN GROVES drives with unstoppable creative passion on this latest project. Whatever you’ve heard from him before, Reality Check rightfully reignites a whole new vision of the artist at work.
Ascended Man takes listeners through the artists’ journey towards enlightenment, realization, oneness. It’s a pleasure to witness, and it leaves a lasting sense of possibility and joy.
Book Of Shame are categorically an act who skillfully walk the line between eclectic and self-assured – knowing precisely who they are, how they want to sound, yet also offering up a consistently interesting and often surprising album that never once becomes tiresome.