Retro tribal rhythms and catchy melodies make up the quickly infectious embrace of Tacboy and Rude Minor’s new single Not Around.
Featuring subtle Latin flavours and humble, genuine vocals, Undone proves a mildly euphoric, comforting hit of escapism for both dance fans and those looking to connect on a deeper lyrical level.
Features a heavy use of strobe lighting throughout, increasingly so towards the end. Nostalgia and shock factor in strong supply.
Retro-electronic dance vibes prove immediately hypnotic and impressively creative as Lorelei Roux delivers a fresh soundscape in the form of an aptly energising Sweat.
An ever-creative Kidokami gets melodic and intense throughout a chaotically beautifully, immersive and artistically unique Keep it Simple.
Big beats and the blissfully nostalgic embrace of melodic synths and multiple layers of colour – Coolmowee brings back the dance-pop weight and warmth of a simpler era, with a series of catchy releases.
Surprisingly melodic, electronic rock with a clear dance core and an edge of romantic intimacy and infatuation, Fixated feels like a classic alternative EDM track from a simpler era.
Respectably taking their time to build up the soundscape, creative duo Sirius Lyrae fully embrace the process throughout a uniquely colourful, dreamy and intentional FxL.
Stylishly blending dance-pop qualities of production and build-up with catchy pop-rock tendencies in the vocal and melody, Indra’s Let’s Get Wild brings together the bare essentials of songwriting with an infectious and somewhat tribal rhythm and pace; for an anthem that quickly gets you moving. Produced by Nick Terranova of Starkillers and Howie Hersh, Let’s … Continued
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.
Intriguing sound-design of retro and industrial flavours meets with the weight and presence of nostalgic dance – Suck the Bunny crafts an arena of poetically conceptual appeal and infectious rhythms alike.