Shojon leads with intelligent framing of ideas and deeply personal, emotional anecdotes – a balance that connects and impresses all at once.
Brandon Riley fearlessly blends genres and keeps things refreshingly creative throughout this captivating new single.
Creative pop delicacies meet with infectious rhythms and a surprising few layers of organic sound-design – Brightside bring together classic song-writing and contemporary stylings for this infectious and emotional new single.
A fantastic EP, in short – nice at first, superb by the mid-section, unmissable by the end.
“I write about a lot of emotional distress, struggles with depression, anxiety, tough subjects in general. But it really helps to take these dark subjects and sing about them in a way that’s humorous—sometimes sardonic would be a better word.”
Atlanta artist and song-writer ALX proves unexpectedly impressive as this deeply soulful, contemporary and creative new single pours onto the scene.
Great vocals, a little emo-rock or nineties-esque in expression and emotion, mixed in faultlessly for the contemporary electro-pop sound – yet not at the expense of genuine connection to the subject matter.
From the heart and the programming software alike – a fresh take on a familiar style, and a genuine way to celebrate love and unity.
Incredibly relatable, angsty and up front, unapologetic in its resentment. The topic is accessible, but presented in a genuinely new way.
Blending contemporary production tones with dashes of jazz and pop-rock sensibilities, the single rides high on recognisable vocals and effective song-writing.
City Eclipse lead with deeply personal, diary-like lyrics on this open declaration of turmoil and uncertainty.
Setting you up with a synth down-pour designed for & dedicated to uplifting audiences into the euphoric electronic warmth of pure energy.