“Producing and doing co-writes with other artists. That’s my day job and what I care about most at this point.”
So ensues the escapism of the moment, visually and audibly, and once again MELØ unites authenticity and skill for a passionate, catchy release.
Cardiff’s own electro-rock extraordinaires The Vanities storm through with a full-length album of absolute anthems this season.
Introducing an artistically refreshing project of various styles and moments – Matthew Heller leads with identity and strength of songwriting combined, throughout the emotive deep-dive that is Maybe My Love Was Just Right.
Featuring nostalgic bass and rhythm work, and that equally yesteryear vocal style of Prince-esque tendencies and expression, Love Like This proves a uniquely alternative deep-dive into sound-design and creative exploration.
Introducing a superb new project of absolute precision and passion united – Fearless Leader injects purpose, provocation and power into the indie scene, with an album of weight and volume and darkness all united for the cause.
This is the sort of alternative indie music that stands the test of time, interesting and unusual, loaded with identity and professionalism yet carefree in its expression; provocative in its imagery and contemplations.
Surprisingly melodic, electronic rock with a clear dance core and an edge of romantic intimacy and infatuation, Fixated feels like a classic alternative EDM track from a simpler era.
From alt-pop to hints of rock and electronic experimentation, Vixen is everything that modern pop needs in order to re-craft a classic style with appeal and artistry; keeping things effective whilst capturing the interest of a broader, perhaps more unconventional modern audience.
Deeply personal outpourings and the heavy fuzz of electronic rock production unite throughout a series of revealing originals from artist and songwriter Goth Daddy.
How Dare You takes on the globally renowned words of Greta Thunberg and delves into ‘generation genocide’ and our leadership’s ‘grotesque betrayal of the world’.
Introducing a rapper and artist with lashings of confidence and creativity to gift the scene – Zadquiel marches to the beat of his own drum throughout a chaotic and captivating London Style.