Intricate design and heartfelt intentions unite beautifully, for the extensive and unmistakable orchestral journey that is MAQ’s Light Up.
Gliding into view on the blissful pairing of deep bass and dreamy guitar, Ana Androic unites RnB vocal flavours with contemporary trap rhythms and a clear sense of heart, for Glow.
Refreshingly bass-led to begin with and somewhat capturing a fine balance between freestyling and a catchy set of riffs – BATES energise with chaos and calm united, for Catalyst.
Vastly atmospheric yet organic by design, Thats Nokay follow-ups the dreamy introduction that was LivForev, with an equally ethereal, live-style electric-guitar hit of soulful yet mellow calm.
Organic piano, strings and cinematic rhythms back up the increasingly soulful presentation of Little Archer Worship’s Until You Break The Storm.
Organic and colourful musicianship and production guides us beautifully into the optimistic groove and celebration of Maini Sorri’s Just Let Me Sing.
UK hip hop at its most chill and intense united – Prime Sinister delivers a nostalgic anthem, overflowing with snappy wordplay and sharp rhymes.
Soulful simplicity captivates from the outset, as songwriter and artist PHINYX releases the third track from her upcoming EP Bad Girls.
Love Game is chaotic yet colourful, hypnotic and catchy but non-intrusive – feeling like both a rise-and-fall classic and an alternative, occasionally freestyle-seeming expression of true angst and uncertainty.
Capital 4 drive with organic dance-pop layers and intimate vocals, for a long-form melodic journey that ultimately resolves with a simple, catchy and celebratory hook.
Not A Problem transcends the impressive aspects of Estella’s work, and effectively reinforces the strength of her name and indeed her audience’s connection in a profound and powerful way.
Retro dance flavours and piercingly soulful vocals guide us into the infectious and uplifting groove of Fabian Raad’s Insatiable.