Stylishly blending melodic ambiance and intentional story-telling, queveion sets the mood and impresses as an engaging, catchy Walked In hits the scene.
Leaning back towards the classic jazz-kissed anthems of hip hop’s origins, Atwood Bookie keeps things nostalgic and laid-back throughout a soul-pop-kissed Playa 2.
Story-telling that feels partly folk-like and partly pop-punk ready, Serotonin blends genres in a natural manner, and ultimately winds up feeling like a pop-rock classic of timeless, memorable quality.
Another “DELUXE” Album is the project, Flipsn Springs exercising his right to overpower the mic and keep things colourful and fresh on the musical front.
Intensely euphoric, distorted synth production backs up this hip hop anthem of late-night confidence and chaos from an easily recognisable Stephen Allen Music.
Wonderfully seductive in its soulful take on uncertainty and acceptance in love and indeed life itself. Another winner of a single from the one and only Maypo Deluxe
Unafraid to highlight vulnerability, mistakes and a generally self-reflective manner of writing, Brandon weaves in an authentically emotive vocal lead to reinforce the heart and poetic intentions of the work.
Heavy bars and equally heavy, haunting production creates a strong balance between classic and contemporary hip hop throughout Elles-Moca’s latest anthem.
Great song-writing, a softly passionate delivery, all blended with unusual sound-design for a truly interesting and also decidedly unique hit of artistry.
Shmaxi makes music from the heart, and from the depths of a creatively pure mind, and it works well to engage a new audience.
Featuring an immediately warm, echoing rhythm, alongside dashes of horn and lighter Glock-style melodies, the music has an instant sense of creative freedom and identity to it.
Creative production and contemporary trap rhythms meet with an equally modern auto-tune lead and a refreshingly emotive storyline and melody – Dat Dude and 5tr3 get conceptual and ambient with Drip.