One of the best & most unique indie albums to hit the scene this year – Christopher Dallman’s Digital Blue gets an energising make-over, shining light on a whole new aspect of his music.
Welcoming layers of organic guitar alongside thoughtful, stylish electronic elements, and a voice that feels aptly inspired by the sounds of a simpler time, the release aims high & hits the mark.
Progressing from simple, funk-led beginnings, through a nostalgic arena of classic dance and house vibes, Antoine Carco keeps things organic & engaging throughout his post one-hour mixes this season.
The production is mighty, the work of a clearly experienced creative, and the featured vocals roam perfectly within the mix.
A masterful artist – one whom we’re lucky to have gracing our indie world & indeed our generation. Highly recommended.
Recrafting one of the biggest hits of 2019, Russkiy gives this classic Lewis Capaldi track a complete re-working.
Experimental sound-design and a clearly emotive approach to musicianship unite beautifully throughout this ambient, immersive & deeply provocative journey that is Slightly Unhappy Constantly.
Building up immediately from industrial intrigue to explosive, immersive dance realms, Neverend is a heavy & infectious alternative track, which starts off in one style and quickly redirects things as the production & concept increasingly envelop.
The sound is wholly immersive fairly quickly, raining down with a cinematic fullness & comforting embrace that unites creativity & professionalism in the production world.
The whole thing has an addictively passionate core to it, and this is what makes the single such a dream to turn up loud & let go amidst.
Featuring a soundscape as hypnotic & colorful as the artwork, Prime Daniel’s How Will I Know kicks into gear with likable, softly funk-kissed production, and a snippet of an infamous dance classic from yesteryear.
Immense & immersive tribal dance vibes pour through with a fine fusion of world music & EDM as N2BLÜ push their creative reach even further.