Designed as an essential call to action, Make Love, Not War reimagines the 1960’s motto in light of the recent war against Ukraine.
Soft rock sentiments and outright creative freedom pour into the Get’m corner of productivity, a voice that’s recognisable yet uninhibited and impossible to pigeonhole.
Striking bass and nostalgic rhythms lead us into a heavy and hypnotic electronic rock realm as Monstrous delivers the timeless indie anthem Give It What You’ve Got.
Undoubtedly an artist with his roots in various cultures and genres, this project draws focus to eclecticism and musicality in a wholly engaging, bold and impossible to ignore fashion.
The more you listen, the more you hear. A welcomed touch of aptly titled Radical Reality, just when we need it.
Introducing a vastly unique realm, within which electronic dreams awaken unsuspecting parts of the mind – producer and artist notevenstevens shakes up the production world with the dark and intensely immersive project Chains.
“We all have so many different stories so I can’t wait to see what all of the beautiful people decide it means to them.”
PMKS offers 31 original songs, each one in a different key, topic and genre, for this colourful yet chaotic, light-hearted yet disconcertingly dark, new album.
Off-rhythms and the lightness of piano contrasted and reinforced by the weight of the bass – Thinkbendy kicks off the new year with a stylish organic project of genre-blending presence, broader thoughts, and catchy melodies.
Rapper & artist Curanderx:// showcases a limitless manner of creativity, throughout the unpredictable, heartfelt & often mind-blowing new album Ideological Frameworks.
Fearlessly bold, a performing identity broken yet unbreakable – an interesting alternative listen.
Retro flavours, hypnotic melodies and contemporary creative twists make up the deeply personal, unpredictable sound of Nigerian-American artist aceaceace.