Simple is a compact, cool and restless 3 minutes that’s as fresh as you like and over too soon.
Tackling the topic of the Caroleans, soldiers of Swedish Kings Charles XI and Charles XII, during the late 17th and early 18th centuries, To The Fallen Sons is a uniquely mighty progressive rock and metal composition.
Leading with a fast riff, organic yet reverb-soaked and dreamlike in the same instance, Travis Shyn’s fresh take on contemporary hip hop and alternative pop grabs attention with ease.
Driving with an uninhibited desire to connect and weave hypnotic melodies and storylines around listeners, Chicago’s I Passed Away brings together passion and professionalism in an emotive, captivating manner.
The whole tune screams purpose and direction and is all about feel. Harmonic relationships are employed on the guitar sounds to build warmth and develop interest, though the whole arrangement of Realise also (for me) replicates a transmission that’s broken, hypnotic and dirty, and no less urgent for all of that.
Sporting a Post Malone-style production, this is a savvy gem of hip-hop with a smart rap that feels authentic and has an emotional, smart vocal delivery at its heart which is definitely worthy of your attention.
Mitchell Zia lifts the mood in an instant with an upbeat pop song designed for and dedicated to celebrating the life and love of a significant other.
It zips along at a heck of a pace and is never less than interesting, exciting, fresh and accomplished. Rollins may be wearing many hats on his musical journey, but they all appear to be fitting him pretty well at the moment.
Ever the unpredictable and unconfined artist, Vidal drives with creative freedom throughout this single. The Devil’s Eyes is a simple piece stylistically, but it holds multiple layers of conceptual depth that stand all the more tall as the track progresses.
Three of the world’s most experienced and fastest rising DJs – Mishaal Alireza, Mete Aslan, Edwin Matos – join forces to lead the way with renowned mixes and unforgettable live sets as Vinyl Disciples.
Immediately setting the right kind of mood for this artwork and this title concept, Lost Platypus’ single Stranded trickles into the room with an acoustic guitar strum and some jazz-kissed flickers of solo, creating a perfectly beach-side vibe from the offset.
The entire track is rhythmically on point, driving with an anthem-like quality from the offset and refusing to lower the bar throughout.