Returning with a bang after an extensive 10+ year hiatus, producer and artist Gibran kicks off a plethora of original releases expected intermittently over the coming months, with the immersive sci-fi electronic embrace of a soulful and high-energy Kill For You.
Legends of the scene Tinok and Sprock recapture the essence of the eighties, with their anthemic fusion of stadium rock and EDM.
Majestic production and passionate vocals unite with increasingly immersive songwriting, as Sandor Gavin and Weldon collaborate for the beautifully evocative Ghost Of A Memory.
Fusing synths and bass throughout a warm, multi-layered audio venture, the song reaches the two-minute mark on its looping intricacies alone – an instrumental groove that’s naturally inviting.
As indicated over on Bandcamp, ‘When words leave off, music begins…’. This fact is celebrated throughout the hypnotic multi-layered embrace of an instrumental No Escape.
Inspired by the seventies and eighties, Pennan Brae’s Arcade stands tall on its dedicative musicality, yet also makes sure to weave in a clear sense of identity.
The California sound is alive and well, and there’s no better time to delve in and appreciate the uplift and musicianship of this professionally crafted, largely cheerful collection.
Soulful simplicity captivates from the outset, as songwriter and artist PHINYX releases the third track from her upcoming EP Bad Girls.
Nightbird Casino return to enchant listeners, with the beautifully hypnotic, cascading synth tones of a dreamy and seductive Sunglasses After Sex.
Recorded on a TEAC 4-track tape machine back in the eighties, Bad Dream celebrates immersive, purposeful songwriting and production, with a multi-layered and dreamy array of synth-led original songs.
Cardiff’s own electro-rock extraordinaires The Vanities storm through with a full-length album of absolute anthems this season.
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.