Retro electronic gamer toners create a fuzzy yet cinematic arena, within which crystal clear vocals inject a powerful degree of contrast.
From the immediate appeal of fast-paced yet catchy melodic sound-play, through carefully programmed rhythms, colours, keys and synths, The Music Masters build up an immersive realm of electro-organic escapism.
Softly enchanting vocals whisper a catchy, intimate melody – alongside the simple appeal of electro-organic pop, as Orlost slowly but surely develops a wholly immersive dance realm.
“We all have so many different stories so I can’t wait to see what all of the beautiful people decide it means to them.”
Returning with a bang to kick off 2022 with some stylish good vibes, Toby TomTom brings together reggae rhythms and electronic sound-play for an inspiring look at living in the present moment.
So ensues the escapism of the moment, visually and audibly, and once again MELØ unites authenticity and skill for a passionate, catchy release.
Windbreaker is beautiful, refreshingly honest in its depiction of the subject matter, committing to the concept in both style and lyric – with a cleverly contemporary edge of design – an artist after our own heart.
Slow-burning electro-pop of delicate expression and topical relevance – singer and songwriter jake from the timeline brings together comedy and conceptual depth throughout a joyful then unsettling 5g.
Electro-pop sound-play and effected, poetic vocals unite for a style that feels both familiar and fresh as Lucaztro kicks off an uplifting and imaginative In Space.
Jordana Moon and Tom Aries join forces as the indie duo Moon and Aries, promising originals that fuse retro tones and contemporary, sci-fi-style intricacies, with a clear thread of identity.
Dark poetry and emo-rock vocals seductively blend the contemporary scene’s tone with a strangely captivating lyrical backbone – Neil Stevenson’s debut EP seeks out beauty in times of struggle
Conceptually intriguing and melodically infectious, Josh Menon and Ovvl Eyes join forces for a dreamy and revealingly vulnerable uglyboy.