Coming in at close to the eight minute mark, the track effectively takes its audience on a complex and hypnotic journey through rhythm, thought, and the depths of space.
The unmistakable sound of Ladonna Rama returns this month with a song that welcomes a dash of electric guitar and a notably more angsty, emotionally resentful tone that attempts to take back control and self-empowerment.
Blending the classic vocals of a big-band, indie hit from yesteryear, with multiple layers of distorted, euphoric synths – Kiss Me Like The Devil boldly walks the line between optimism & melancholy.
An ever-intriguing Thamatic get the chemistry on point with this EP. Offering up everything from image and concept to sound, style and intention, this trilogy shines light on everything it means to be an indie act on their way to something meaningful and lasting. First we have the mellow yet uplifting, increasingly ambient and immersive … Continued
Your mind begins to wander, the world passing by through the window of the train – the universe speeding past in a colourful blur as you float through space.
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.
Undoubtedly one of Ltronnika’s most unusual & incomparable releases to date, #MissionToParadise sees the producer dig deep into melodic exploration, presenting a long-form progression that seems to forever twist & turn & evolve.
Originally intended or inspired by a reaction to all things Brexit, Paul Alty’s new collection has ended up poignantly underlining much of what the world is struggling with right now – and simultaneously delivering a worthy escape from it.
Fusing classic synth-play with refreshingly original melodies, the piece feels like a live keyboard performance in some ways – and rather like a nod to the dawn of electronica in others.
Tipping its hat just slightly towards the likes of Audio Bullys, yet never leaning so far as to become overly energetic or loud, My Own Way breathes optimism and possibility into the room.
Undoubtedly one of indie music’s best kept secrets. Escapism in its most pure and uninhibited state.
With the world of music and electronic music in particular being consistently dominated by men, Tim’s intention is to help re-balance the scales, by actively seeking out female producers to have their way creatively with a brand new track.