Producer and artist Brent Walker, founder of the solo project Fearless Union, has created a conceptual EP fit to accompany the deepest needs for escapism and contemplation alike.
Everything resolves perfectly, intrigue is followed by answers, and then when you revisit the song, the entire structure, passion and positivity of it shine with unquestionable brightness.
Drenched in optimism, reverb and vocal soul, Ogge’s Coming Back Around is the summer dance anthem EDM and pop fans deserve.
Effectively transporting listeners back to the days of retro synths, sci-fi sound-play and big beats, Ladonna Rama offers story-telling, scene-setting, and ambient, rhythmic escapism for classic dance and alternative pop fans far and wide.
Stylishly blending the bounce of dancehall, with a Sia-inspired build-up and melodic embrace, Anna Cole’s new single Boom Boom Bang is as colourful and addictive as the title promises.
Undoubtedly one of Ltronnika’s most unusual & incomparable releases to date, #MissionToParadise sees the producer dig deep into melodic exploration, presenting a long-form progression that seems to forever twist & turn & evolve.
Originally intended or inspired by a reaction to all things Brexit, Paul Alty’s new collection has ended up poignantly underlining much of what the world is struggling with right now – and simultaneously delivering a worthy escape from it.
Olya’s Euro-Pop Dance track Hollywood pays tribute to the infamous land of entertainers and big dreams.
“It’s all very ‘trendy’ right now. Good quality, well-written pop music is my goal.”
This is a very Brit-centric act that delves into the psyche of 21st century British men: exploring, channelling and challenging the insecurities, desires, hangups and passions of the average Joe.
Showcasing a vastly eclectic range of influences and, ultimately, an unwavering love for music in all of its forms, this project from Lavender Galaxy brings together an impressive group of talented artists.
Fusing classic synth-play with refreshingly original melodies, the piece feels like a live keyboard performance in some ways – and rather like a nod to the dawn of electronica in others.