Openly inspired by the charm and inspiring beauty of Montreal, this new single from DepthCruiser is a brief yet intoxicating journey through organic instrumental delicacy and detail.
Driving with an intoxicating sense of organised chaos, Manuel Muzzu’s album 3-Ree is an organic jazz-fest of bass-led, hi-hat-soaked funk and instrumental soul.
Fresh from the EP V, Kumbaya Party is a chaotic and colourful injection of energy, featuring fast fingers and retro electronic sound-play as it progresses through a plethora of different sections and moments.
Following the release of a string of original tracks, and a connected short-story for one single, we were blessed with an in-depth interview with artist, producer and writer HANIZ, to find out more about his journey so far and his hopes for the future. Here’s how it went. * * * Hey – thanks for … Continued
This collection is a fascinating retrospective that showcases his talents nicely. Something of a musical magpie, he fearlessly plugs in to all manner of influences, instruments and collaborators with the kind of gusto and skill that can only be admired. It’s extremely accomplished and extremely impressive.
The sound is incredibly refreshing amidst the current musical landscape. Full Circle in particular takes listeners on an unpredictable, meandering journey through various sections and moments.
It’s beautiful and satisfying: be bathed by its waters and wash off all your troubles…
Kinesus takes the time to attentively create intentional, meaningful music, and this album is a fine celebration of that.
Always the artist toys with the very fabric of sound design, and always he maintains a sense of audience awareness – a knowledge that experimentation alone can lose attention, but combine it with the artistic building blocks known to appeal, and you’re onto a winner.
Creative composer Donna O. Raphael takes a notably refreshing approach to crafting original music. This album, volume 2 of D’strumentals, is something of an unexpected gem.
Back once again with a five-track EP of pristinely captured originals, Latvia’s Come Taste The Misery drive with classic grunge and powerful indie melodies throughout the superb project Mirrors.
Brilliant, a powerful and immersive piece of music, unconfined by genre, with an addictive progression and a timeless energy that’s likely to draw listeners back time and time again.