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.
Comprised of merely two tracks, Internal is a surprinsgly vast, conceptual project, featuring a fine balance between pop sensibilities and the unlimited depths of a fearless, passionate singer songwriter.
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.
A lyrically open, unafraid artist, Jelic showcases a decidedly uninhibited approach to making music – both style-wise and in terms of his subject matter and performance styles.
Utterly unconfined by genre, driven by a sheer need to write and perform, Madame Z combines elements of trip hop, soul and electronica to lead with an essentially alternative approach to modern pop.
Stylishly blending pop-punk vocals with an emotive, uplifting soundscape, and an emo-rap delivery that’s quick to connect, this collaborative new single showcases a Lil Peep influence and a strong sense of intimacy and personal struggle.
The unmistakable sound of Ladonna Rama returns this month with a song that welcomes a dash of electric guitar and a notably more angsty, emotionally resentful tone that attempts to take back control and self-empowerment.
Hitting the scene with prolific songwriting and a plethora of ambient, creative tracks, Young Picasso has released hit after hit throughout 2020 so far, and rightfully shows no signs of slowing down.
Fresh from the upcoming mixtape inkytunes III, back then is a chaotic yet emotive soundscape and song, featuring soulful vocals and an overall rising sense of anticipation and energy that increasingly envelops you.
Another drop of fire from New York’s Blvff kicks into gear this week. Offering smooth vibes, lyrical optimism and engaging vocal rhythms, let me let go lifts the mood in an instant, and proceeds to dig deeper and deeper emotionally right the way through.
The soundscape and that leading voice evolve into operatic realms later on, leaning towards power-rock with multiple layers of passion and intensity intertwining; not least of all a beautiful and welcomed touch of electric guitar solo.