LA’s XTAXY drives with character and darkness on this electronically charged, alternative pop-rock offering.
Roaming the contemporary yet stylishly blending in nostalgic RnB, with strong melodies and a video & vibe that offer a clear sense of unity & possibility.
Not purely electronic production, but guitars, bass, drums, and plenty of vocal grit. An increasingly passionate outcry in the name of unity & trust.
Driving with a brilliantly free creative reach, Isaiah Mclaughlin’s second EP Revolution kicks into gear with an appropriate fusion of industrial rhythms and a notably contemporary vocal-tone and production finish.
Crafted as part of a bigger project, expected to be released in early 2021, Rainbow Diamonds sees Thousand Times join forces with Wonder Arillo, and pours through the speakers with a certain level of authority & recognisability alike.
Introducing a topically poignant album, loaded with the inequalities and injustices that have swamped this past year or so, Tu Pham accesses the issues of the moment in a notably creative, strikingly up-front manner.
A powerful song of longing & uncertainty – questioning the listener, calling out for help, and provoking a deeper level of consideration for those struggling to connect.
Presenting an album as intriguing & thoughtfully observational as its band & project names imply, Boston’s Passive Witnesses craft an ambient journey of creative exploration with this immersive new collection AERIALS.
An addictive alternative hip hop track, with a noteworthy potential for mainstream impact thanks to clarity & character combined – not to mention the sheer addictive strength of that hook.
2020 seems like a fitting name for the short release, showcasing Dfree843 as an artist with a clear connection to music & melody – yet also a distinct knowledge of what currently does well within the hip hop & RnB worlds.
A fascinating songwriter, by all accounts, Maria rolls with the natural artistry and intention of each song, not confined by genre or structure or expectation.
Pairing organic guitar with a live drum sound & fragments of voice, The Hunter goes on to take full advantage of poetic metaphor & emotive songwriting in a bold & beautiful way.