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.
Barely gracing three minutes but boldly immersive in its vast, enveloping sound-design and quickly addictive energy.
Creative as ever, a fine testament to the fearless production traits of DJ Super Will, and a refreshingly interesting alternative dance track that provokes thought and offers effective escapism at the very same time.
One year on and DJ Kazo continues to mix things up – Newbie leads with rising anticipation from the outset, quickly enveloping listeners in its potential energy and the high-octane embrace set to follow.
Beachside euphoria rains down with nostalgic warmth as producer and artist jac0b more than meets the blissful implications of the artwork for his emotive new single Falling.
Stylish funk and dance-pop vibes emerge with a nostalgic spoken vocal for a clear sense of carefree swagger and identity – Lefteris Samson crafts with adoration and fun united throughout You Gotta Love Her.
Sun Space keep things creatively fresh with this partly nostalgic yet contrastingly high-octane, contemporary mix – Tell Me follows a fast-paced soulful vocal as it meanders through a deeply personal storyline.
The Brutu Music corner of creativity showcases the power of collaboration once again with this fresh take on classic house fused with colour, emotion, and absolute character.
Freshly crafted with a fine combination of crisp, contemporary elements and clear eighties inspiration – producer Maxime Luft delves into the art-form with passion and precision.
Readapting the 1981 queer anthem that was Homosapien, by Pete Shelley of The Buzzcocks, the unmistakable Ladonna Rama settles into the groove with a natural air of connection and colour.