Bristol’s Ben Asante lays down a series of creative gems throughout the musically immersive, impressive and ambient Blossoms & Sorrows.
A storyteller through and through, Letters From Suburbia proves himself to have the ideal name as an act – each song takes you somewhere new, both in mood and in subject.
Reverie is the project, six original tracks that prove as eclectic as they are intentional and indicative of an artist with a fearless approach to creativity and performance.
Dreamy synth-pop carefully designed to light up the room – Germany’s temp.tone keep things colourful, emotive and immersive throughout a series of originals.
Classic RnB vibes with bass and keys-led warmth meets the story-telling of vintage hip hop throughout a melodically engaging EP from The Startin Lineup.
Gentle acoustic rhythms with warm layers of reverb-kissed keys and synth create a colourful, aptly emotional ambiance as Unity introduce their project All The Feelings.
The mind wanders entirely, each journey likely unique to each listener; a powerful trait that only music of intention can truly promise.
Unpredictable yet satisfying, thought provoking, hypnotic and blissfully mighty as a form of contemporary escapism.
Indie rock anthems rich with warm bass, intimate vocals and hypnotic lyrics – the Walking Dolls EP offers a catchy playlist of immersive, emotive and stylish originals.
Isaiah Mclaughlin remains one of the most freely expressive, distinctive indie artists around, and this final project shines a striking light on these qualities.
Saxophone proves a likable calling card, a constant trait that KJFocus has mastered to a blissfully consuming level.
Brilliant, beautiful, poignant, often relatable. You can’t help but like it, lose yourself to the groove, and soon find yourself contemplating greater depths.