Kid Loose manages to balance a clear understanding of music with a sheer passion for melody and originality. World music meets with the entrancing rhythms of house to produce something completely immersive and beautifully uplifting.
His songs showcase an enormous attention to detail that is rarely seen in the hip-hop world. More than that, he’s a selfless musician often letting his featured artists take the spotlight on his tracks. Through all of his songs, nowhere is this truer than on Let You Be.
Fusing the thick fuzz of distorted EDM with a somewhat more dreamlike, softly synth-soaked ambient top layer, Overkill progresses through its various stages with absolute power and confidence.
Inspired by Nasa’s recent and infamous release of a picture of a black hole, artist and producer Caglar Hepterlikci has crafted an electronic audio journey through thought and energy relating to the very question of a potential parallel dimension.
There’s a subtle sense of rising energy – the lyrics, the very concept and title of the song, and the consistent movement musically throughout, all helps this calmness evolve into an incredibly uplifting mood.
Stealing The Secret kicks off the journey well – starts up the dream, begins the raining down of lights and colors. Darkness and light intertwine, working against and with each other intermittently. The whole thing is well worth experiencing in full. A blissful and provocative collection that takes you somewhere completely new.
This EP introduces moments of deep house alongside of ambient, dreamlike and cinematic softness. There are stages to each piece, a story-line or string of emotions led to it, and as a listener those feelings and details are conjured up in you as the music plays out.
The aptly titled Tiger Is My Name takes you captive from the offset, providing the perfect half-hour environment in which your mind can wander freely and calmly to realms outside of the daily rat race.
L.A. based producer and artist OBIS drives with genuine heart and soul on this latest release Better Off. An easy track to enjoy and one well worth indulging in at volume.
Airwaves Spectacular return with a totally eclectic and creatively colourful new album this year. The aptly titled Sinemadik takes the listener on wild ride through audio experimentation, upbeat energy, and provocative conceptual depth.
Love Hurts welcomes both the uplifting embrace of a synth-soaked EDM backdrop and the heartfelt, passionate connection of a song written with depth and intention.
This beat gives the composition a pulse, a notable level of humanity that drives things along. You feel as if the soundscape is slowly enveloping you, and that somehow your heart-rate is rising in the process – perhaps perfectly well encapsulating whatever it is that the word Dive conjures up for the listener.