The quality is immense, the sound is unmistakable, and the bars are so consistently impressive that a single listen is far from enough to catch it all. Fans of original, genuine and smart hip hop will find this EP a pure joy to get lost within.
Color School drive with superb songwriting, and this is undoubtedly what helps make this EP a total pleasure to listen through.
Fukdawrld undoubtedly gets better and better as it moves along. Numba Foe has a memorable voice that’s likely to work in his favour over time.
The UK’s own Loaneski is a rapper & artist well established as a live performer, now pushing forwards at full speed with his third EP release – the creatively brilliant & lyrically honest Welcome To Babylon. A natural talent, and a project well worth a listen in full.
The Harmalators offer up some classic pop-rock vibes with their latest collection of songs. It’s a pleasure to stumble upon the classic tones of yesteryear among some brand new songwriting.
The band prompt their audience to open their minds, and the music paves the way for this really well. Every Human is an exciting EP and one that highlights Jaenki as a name to look out for over the coming months and years.
Flying high with the single Zoom Zoom, this four-track EP of the same name sees indie pop artist Vincent Barrea soar with both his songwriting and his characterful performance style. The single itself kicks off the project and drives with a spacious yet colourful pop feel, great rhythm and a cool yet quickly engaging melody fall down … Continued
Bembry’s free-flowing lyricism offers hints of Jason Mraz or John Butler, his thoughts pour through by means of everything from the words to the musical riffs, the stops and the starts.
There are so many sections and moments to each song that your attention is held from start to finish – a rare and endlessly impressive trait.
The original idea was one that could be interpreted in a number of ways, and this EP of remixes is a blissful testament to that.
That Kid Roy’s follow-up to Watch Me comes in the form of a four-track EP – Rookie Of The Year – smoothly produced and featuring an inherent sense of determination and confidence that relevantly links back to his previous release.
Electronic music doesn’t get much more immersive and interesting than this – particularly when crafted to such a unique degree, with the perfectly consistent presence of professionalism and a clear passion for audio escapism.