Ambient, quirky sound design with a jazz-kissed aura that’s as vintage as the artwork – a brief yet striking alternative pop single, with an RnB-meets-hip hop vocal that relentlessly pours emotional lyricism into the mix.
Having racked up an impressive number of views on his video for the powerful single When The Radar’s Gone, artist and songwriter Azuri Moon gears up to release his debut EP The Ridge, Vol 1.
It’s immediately easy to escape into the sound, and the songs fascinate in a deeply human way that many contemporary pop offerings fail to do.
Leading with a quickly emotive, poetic and engaging hook, Down That Road intrigues from the offset for its honesty and passion, its reflections and realness.
Raw and weighty piano leads us into a wholly transfixing soundscape for this collaborative single from Cassidy and Tngx.
“I’d sit down with Jay-Z. That may be cliche, but he is the embodiment of making something from nothing. I’d love to ask him about business plans and how to grow generational wealth.”
A pristinely produced, rather immaculate journey through electronic composition and human thought, and it works brilliantly to enhance your mood and energy when listened to at volume.
Contemporary yet interesting, engaging and often captivating, professional yet passionate and consistently impressive (even flawless) performance-wise. Well worth knowing about.
There’s something gentle yet loud about their sound and style – it’s passionate yet natural, it flows, and it makes for a refreshing, unpretentious and rather classic, even nostalgic listen right now.
The imagery driven yet feelings-focused, poetic single Wine Stains introduces a notably unique, intimate vocal style, amidst a fairly simple backdrop that allows the intricacies and openness of the lyrics to pour through naturally.
Introducing the third EP from the four-part project by Seattle’s Like Lions, Election Season proves an incredibly powerful & stand-out release from the entire year, across genres, and it’s a total pleasure to lose yourself within.
Kelsey Marchman grabs attention from the offset for this single, with rhythmically engaging, electronically charged vocals, and a powerful sense of rising anticipation both lyrically and musically.