A heavy wash of production fuzz meets with crisp guitar riffs and a refreshingly upfront and vulnerable vocal lead for this contemporary emo-rap single from Flatlinerz.
City Eclipse lead with deeply personal, diary-like lyrics on this open declaration of turmoil and uncertainty.
Conscious rap with a freestyle-esque progression and a creatively refreshing musicality. Ideas that have never been more relevant, intertwined with a clear level of personal identity & intention.
Fantastic song-writing, fresh & engaging, easily memorable. Hopefully this is a strong indication of what we can look forward to from Jon Omen as the months & years go by.
Beautifully heartfelt, complex & open, loaded with vulnerability & struggle, confidence & uncertainty – the writing is powerful, and the sound is on point being both artistic & modern by design.
Australia’s echolily takes the time to craft something immersive and meaningful with this latest, engaging and impressively cinematic new release.
An impressive follow up to his debut FR*40, FRFRFR! also marks an engaging introduction to the colourful yet deeply thoughtful artist that is MatrixFR.
Blend in a leading vocal of equal softness, and a series of poetic reflections, and the whole thing connects for its intimacy and sense of honesty and longing.
Accessing the inner turmoil of heartbreak, featuring blissfully expressive, raspy & soulful yet aptly tired vocals.
Undoubtedly an artist with a brilliantly unpredictable, appropriately 2021-style sound.
Trap stylings meet with an emotional undertone that creates a sort of vulnerability and intimacy within the song.
The emo-rap mood of the past decade meets with a rock-soaked instrumental set-up to give POPSTARR’s music a sound of its own.