“You can’t escape from something if you don’t know what it is, so acknowledgement in one form or the other must take place.”
Creative producer and DJ Stan Sitwell drives with a unique fusion of retro tones and contemporary rhythms throughout his notably artistic and impressively vast collection of originals.
This album manages to be conceptually heavy at the same time as being delightfully carefree. In a nutshell, it encapsulates a mindset that we could all use a little help adopting in times like these.
“I’m totally fascinated by the groundbreaking influence of Analog Synthesizers and how that completely changed the music scene and listening habits of people.”
Smartly-produced throughout and tub-thumping in all the right ways, this is a hefty slab of poppy EDM with great imagination and hooks aplenty.
Essentially bringing together contemporary selling points with a notably poetic, intentional and passionate hit of songwriting and performance, How To Dance is a beautiful single, and a fine introduction to the creativity and professionalism of Gallows Hill.
W.E.B craft songs directly from the feelings associated with the topic, so the sounds and the performances in every case reflect the underlying concept in natural and artistic ways.
Leading with a fast riff, organic yet reverb-soaked and dreamlike in the same instance, Travis Shyn’s fresh take on contemporary hip hop and alternative pop grabs attention with ease.
Utterly unconfined by genre, driven by a sheer need to write and perform, Madame Z combines elements of trip hop, soul and electronica to lead with an essentially alternative approach to modern pop.
The unmistakable sound of Ladonna Rama returns this month with a song that welcomes a dash of electric guitar and a notably more angsty, emotionally resentful tone that attempts to take back control and self-empowerment.
Brightside offer a creative synth soundscape for blissful escapism, an eighties-style, addictive beat, and a song that connects for its intimate and quietly affectionate nature.
Tackling capitalism in a genuine, heartfelt and emotive manner, Funny takes seemingly simple concepts and references, and prompts you to take a moment to really look inwards and figure out what truly matters in life.