Easily a new favourite from the creative Trip Hop and Indie Rap universe at large but also a distinctly refreshing highlight from the UK’s current landscape. hEVAN injects intention and unorthodox energies, promising to engage the scene with an intoxicating fusion of musical simplicity and lyrical depth.
The vocal style is unmistakable as Guccibenx once you’ve listened to even just a handful of releases, this meeting of professional production and freestyle, dissonant vocal outpouring is a clear identity trait, and Someone combines this approach with a catchy hook for that essential twist of memorable resolve.
Introducing a sensational Celtic Folk anthem blending musical brilliance with passionate conviction and political depth, European Festival legends Brophy’s Law deliver a boldly evocative, catchy and poignant anti-war single, for Stand Together.
Already known for the creatively unpredictable appeal of his original tracks, Evoke hits the scene with greater impact than ever this season, for the launch of a new single and coinciding YouTube video series exploring the results of employing Artificial Intelligence as an artist manager.
Stylistically and conceptually reflecting on the death of an era, the grip of war and the symbolic destruction of 90’s counter-culture, Denmark’s Jakob The Liar breaks free from the confines of genre, with a track that’s as creatively outrageous and intriguing as its title implies.
Horror-infused Hip Hop intertwined with fiercely black humor and mindless violence – rappers Bela Teqiz and Erold Dunkel collaborate to ignite an inescapable reaction, for DÄMMERUNG.
High-energy blues-rock and unmistakable melodic appeal uplifts and energizes, as indie’s devoted producer Byron’s Brigades reignites the classic groove and appeal of Del Shannon’s Runaway.
Evocatively paying tribute to the existence of the lifeless yet living aspects of the natural world, Neo Classical composer Basil Babychan unites organic and electronic elements with subtlety and purpose, throughout the deeply ambient, melodically intriguing Insentinent Nature.
Always we’re engaged by Gerbman’s unrelenting confidence as both guitarist and performer – no doubt an impressive artist to witness on stage. An exciting new musician, with a wealth of talent and devotion to the cause, and still at the very beginning of his creative journey.
Long-time death metal protagonist Marshall Beck fronts the explosive Reign of Vengeance, as they present this fiercely scornful ode to deception, false relations, and the fame machine at large.
An outright dance anthem with a welcomed twist of creative identity, Breathe makes fine use of long-form retro synth melodies and lyrical poetry all at once – a combination gifted all the more poignant humanity thanks to the clearly emotive rasp and devotion of our leading vocalist.
Indie rock energy brings emotive melodies, distortion, changes in pace and an overall anthemic power, as Okami releases the echoing realm and riff-led addictive presence of Trying.