A lyrically open, unafraid artist, Jelic showcases a decidedly uninhibited approach to making music – both style-wise and in terms of his subject matter and performance styles.
Clearly an artist unconfined by industry expectation or current trends, driven by his own talent and passion for the process, TEMPLES makes for a fine and timeless introduction to Veezaspitz.
Never one to succumb to expectation, Troy exercises his right to take full reign creatively, presenting a plethora of musical moments that range from minimalist acoustic to full-throttle, retro-keys funk and cinematic ambiance.
Creating from a uniquely unpredictable musical catalogue, writing from a place of calm and contemplation alike, Kid Lava’s Eternal Darkness Vol 1. is an EP that fits well amidst the current hip hop landscape.
Blissfully soulful vocals and sublime production intricacies unite to craft engaging, emotive soundscapes throughout Alvin’s brand new EP Seven Oaks.
Uniquely blending softly atmospheric, ambient sound design, with organic acoustic guitar picking, and long-form, RnB-style vocal melodies, Freddie Bourne crafts an alternative pop sound and style all of his own with this new EP.
Five original tracks, dedicated to offering the depth of musical escapism & thoughtful, soulful performance. LENAR leads with a clearly contemplative nature, and the gentle ambiance & soulful, expressive delivery speaks volumes on behalf of this.
The artwork for this project actually suits the dreamy, immersive vibe of the music perfectly well. You get lost in this fullness and calm, and your mind is suddenly free to wander in a fearless and soothing way.
Far from a simple arrangement of tracks, Saint’s Black Sheep is a project that encapsulates its underlying intentions in a hard-hitting, theatrical manner, from start to finish.
Soaring high with those intelligent bars and long-form story-telling progressions that beg for you to listen in isolation – this EP happens to arrive at the perfect time.
The further you get into Trill South, the more iconic and engaging it seems to be.
You forget all prior comparisons or references to other artists, the Betweenzone sound and style is theirs, it’s directed towards expressing ideas and feelings about certain issues, and the music will go wherever it needs to in order to explore this.