Creatively immersive, stylishly blending the euphoric pace and colour of EDM with the intimacy and honesty of contemporary emo rap, SKINNY DRIPP crafts a fresh and revealing sound.
The UK’s own Zuko Hardy takes on the fast-paced modern scene with the dreamy and ethereal yet naturally motivational single COLD.
Continuing the climb with his unique blend of soulful melodies, dreamy arrangements and gritty trap rhythms, Elan Suave’s latest EP 1 OF 1 proves as intimate as it is heavy and undeniably catchy.
“I would love to perform for at least 200 people – in my eyes that’s a crazy amount of people.”
Other-worldly production traits and distorted, homemade indie rock vibes unite throughout the bass-led emo-rap fusion of genres that is alt suicide’s latest single.
The style is relevant, in keeping with the scene but also notably true to the DonDon voice and integrity, which makes a huge difference when it comes to connection and longevity.
Blending catchy pop qualities with the emotional strain of fearlessly revealing vocals and contemporary trap rhythms, Jack Frost injects a clear degree of identity into modern music.
Panned trap rhythms and intense bass back up the chaotic downpour of vocal layers that make up the ethereal yet heavy new single from 6rantw1lder.
Fearlessly revealing writing meets with a musical eclecticism rooted in purposeful expression – artist and songwriter SUMA blends genres impressively, throughout the deeply moving SOBER.
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.
Rapper-production outfit S.T.F.U CREW blend euphoric dance soundscapes with gritty freestyle vocals and effected melodies throughout the brand new motivational anthem and late-night vibe that is GWUAP.
The performance has a tiredness about it, reinforcing the isolation request of the lyrics, and the production keeps things moving yet mildly interesting and ambient for a touch of intrigue that will hopefully linger across future releases.