An ever-creative Kidokami gets melodic and intense throughout a chaotically beautifully, immersive and artistically unique Keep it Simple.
Building up brilliantly, creative as ever – likely to prove a dance-floor filler throughout the coming months.
Freshly remixed singles from the recently released album Animals, Ladonna Rama’s Get Up On It embarks upon a set of re-imagined creative routes.
Featuring a soundscape as hypnotic & colorful as the artwork, Prime Daniel’s How Will I Know kicks into gear with likable, softly funk-kissed production, and a snippet of an infamous dance classic from yesteryear.
A pristinely produced, rather immaculate journey through electronic composition and human thought, and it works brilliantly to enhance your mood and energy when listened to at volume.
It’s a pleasure to listen to a project that so professionally captures the essence of timeless dance music yet also manages to effectively put its own stamp of creativity and freshness on things.
What begins as a scratch DJ demo of sorts, soon evolves through various details of an industrial soundscape, towards a soulful RnB vocal line and plenty of space for conceptual consideration.
BICHAI is self-described as an electronic lounge artist, which might imply that a listening experience is an indoor one. But if you close your eyes and listen, the scope of the vision and the depth of the sonic choice makes it a far wider one.
For the alternative EDM fan who revels in the high energy, thick and fuzz-soaked weight of the dead of the night on the dance floor, Atonement is everything the scene has been missing for quite some time.
BABYLON-X offers an undeniable connection to the art of musical composition & creative expression. To take something that inspired him, and re-mould it in a personal, new, effective way, showcases a fine set of skills. Well worth listening to at volume.
Land are an Italian band creating down-tempo electronic music & songs that come through seemingly inspired by Depeche Mode & Massive Attack alike