Bringing together familiar melodic loops, lightness and space, with boldly raspy, recognisable vocals, and raps that seek to inspire a sense of hope and possibility in times of turmoil – poet and songwriter Angelic Relic lives up to the implications of his name.
As conceptually provocative as ever, Lounge Act Jam reach new considerate depths with this EP – a project whose title alone invites a sense of startling self-awareness.
Great melodies and beautiful lyrics meet with quickly likable musicianship – ambiances that beg for a live show, or for you to turn up your headphones and complete escape as the world speeds by outside.
A fantastic EP, in short – nice at first, superb by the mid-section, unmissable by the end.
Balancing positive vibes with underlying depth and intention, Identity Crisis: Part 1 is as complex as it is easy going.
A duo with a quietly confident level of superiority to their work. Superb writing, on another level to the vast majority of hip hop elsewhere.
Two tracks, concise yet well-crafted, designed to hit the hip hop scene with relevance and smart, slick lyricism – Happy Now? brings back the Rebels No Savage sound in a memorable way.
FRNDS AS CMPNY always impresses, for creative reach, purpose, and identity alike. This project is far from the exception, and satisfies a whole other arena of musical desires.
A beautifully genuine and colourful collection of organic indie pop songs.
A fantastic artist, with a classic sound & skill to his process but a unique edge to both his voice & his writing. Refreshingly honest in a commendably fearless way.
Jordan Olympus has the name, the image, the skill and the artistry to really carry this sound and style to bigger stages. Well worth a listen.
Beautifully crafted bars help elevate this entire playlist, securing Fade’s role as one of indie’s most promising and interesting artists.