Dreamy emo-guitar pairs with a mellow rap delivery and trap rhythms, as Bavaria’s Basement Prophet gets poetic and contemplative, for the ambient groove of Blue Eyes.
Authenticity leads the way as artist and songwriter Zizurrp tells his story from the heart and with musical precision to match.
Vastly atmospheric and emotive production guides us refreshingly into the thoughtful depths and contemporary stylings of Li$o’s No More Heroes.
Creatively trippy production elevates the unique take on trap that is the sound of Atlanta’s Brandonrxse, throughout the brief yet hypnotic EP The Kid.
An interesting take on modern-day heartbreak and self-reflection.
Dreamy production and nostalgically canned vocals create a clear sense of rising energy and longing, as KidVitals starts up the colourful yet impassioned EP Bck 2 Rlty.
Ambient design and contemporary trap and emo rap tones pour through for a catchy and emotive opening single, and later an incredibly contemplative, emotional collection.
Ethereal production and passionate vocals introduce the unmistakable tone and poetic take of Big Finny, as Lost Light rains down with multi-layered energy and intimacy.
Backed by the simplicity of a four-chord rise and fall, piano-led and increasingly passionate for that familiar soul-pop embrace and appeal, this debut from My First Boyband leads with emotional honesty and devotion to the moment.
Delicate guitar work and lashings of reverb create an immediately vast, atmospheric arena of sound – within which the emotive and deeply revealing vocal from Lone Roman captivates and connects.
Manu’s journey is laid bare, uniting outright confidence on the mic with intricacies and revelations from his climb that seek to both impress and connect on a lasting level.
Devotedly inspiring and refreshingly light in style, purposeful in its confidence in faith and indeed its vulnerability, MIRACLE shines new light on what’s possible within creative pop and hip hop.