Dreamy electro vibes meet with heavy bass and the subtle crackle of creative distortion, as a deeply contemplative Yoblin utilises poetry and soothing vocals for an immersive, beautifully unique hit of escapism.
The latter half is sensational, superb production lights up the room, leaving you in a celebration of optimism that’s broadly juxtaposed by the insult and unsettling self-awareness of the lyric.
Uniquely creative, blending emo-rap tones with industrial production and organic layers of creativity all at once.
Readapting the 1981 queer anthem that was Homosapien, by Pete Shelley of The Buzzcocks, the unmistakable Ladonna Rama settles into the groove with a natural air of connection and colour.
Stylishly combining the warm embrace of down-tempo dance with a clearly melodic edge and fragments of hypnotic, immersive detail – producer and artist Mønochef re-sets your mood with ease.
Featuring industrial details and simplicity intertwined with complexity of concept and design, Lucid and the track faze troy draw focus to a producer making the very most out of the moment.
Stunning, in short – a defiant highlight from the year so far, rooted amidst some legendary sounds but more firmly connected to the clear identity and artistic intention of the band.
Varied in mood, emotion, pace, detail, weight and intrigue – life is such a bother cleverly proves a reliable antidote or method for drowning out and relieving the weight of a bothersome life.
An ever-unpredictable Matt Reilly takes things down a boldly rhythmic, bass-heavy and synth-soaked pathway for this latest conceptually intriguing instrumental.
Auckland composer and producer Marc Armitage delves into the world of Cyberpunk Electronica as he reimagines classic soundtracks from video game levels for this brand new EP.
Every bit as creatively experimental and free from the confines of expectation as you’d hope. A refreshing alt-pop listen.
As the soundscape envelops listeners, surrounding them with heavy bass-work & multiple layers yet still plenty of cleverly incorporated space, the voice pours through as a clear guiding light.