Ever the master of redirection, ARHKOTA takes music fans down a whole new pathway, with this dreamy and increasingly intense remix of Cesar Saez’ Help Galaxy.
Cinematic, intense, dark yet uplifting and somehow also light – Davey Harris blends genres effortlessly throughout the catchy and beautifully unique Predictable.
Heavy yet melodic electronic rock production meets with soulful, expressive and cleanly mixed long-form vocals, to kick off an emotive and energising new EP from songwriter Franki.
Kevin’s music is boldly creative, thought provoking, and increasingly catchy as it rains down with such unapologetic originality.
Striking bass and nostalgic rhythms lead us into a heavy and hypnotic electronic rock realm as Monstrous delivers the timeless indie anthem Give It What You’ve Got.
Undoubtedly an artist with his roots in various cultures and genres, this project draws focus to eclecticism and musicality in a wholly engaging, bold and impossible to ignore fashion.
The more you listen, the more you hear. A welcomed touch of aptly titled Radical Reality, just when we need it.
Stylishly contrasting energy and musical optimism with self-deprecating lyrical honesty, POPSTARR returns to raise the roof and simultaneously connect on a deeply human level.
Zaano “I think the pandemic really scared a lot of people out of LA, as far as the music scene goes.”
“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.