Catchy and colourful good vibes from a timeless DJ Super Will bring dancehall to centre stage amidst an energising arrangement – introducing the memorable Lady Paradise.
Bringing professional visuals to the stage, of a retro set-up and contemporary dance-fusion performance, producer Dobie and singer Xavier Clayton join forces once more – presenting the soulful classic that is Again.
Great production, gorgeous vocals, genuine heart in both the soundscape and delivery. An easy hit to lift the mood during this latter half of the year.
Jordana Moon and Tom Aries join forces as the indie duo Moon and Aries, promising originals that fuse retro tones and contemporary, sci-fi-style intricacies, with a clear thread of identity.
The self-proclaimed King of Up Music, J-Juice returns with another infectious dance anthem.
Bursting into life with every layer of voice and synth-soaked instrumental, Mandalan wastes no time setting the mood with an energising and colourful Everything I Ever Need.
We hear our protagonist Jackie (played here by Isong), a non-binary technology wunderkind, experience and sing out on behalf of the end of life and the light we all share.
Dreamy electro-pop and clear purpose unite with summer-dance vibes and emotive building blocks throughout an uplifting, inspiring and beautifully crafted Run.
Collaborative strength and absolute awareness from a catchy pop perspective, the unmissable dance anthem Red Jordans proves nostalgically soulful yet contemporary.
Introducing a brilliant hit of modern pop with a welcomed twist of personality and fearless commitment to the concept.
Featuring a decidedly varied flow from rap to long-form RnB melodies and simple pop refrains, BARTENDER feels like a mainstream hit with a twist of uninhibited creativity.
Immediately inviting with its stylish pairing of acoustic guitar picking and the relentless rhythm of summer dance, BusyBeagle set the mood with ease as an aptly-titled Sailing Away emerges.