Accessing the surreal nature of modern life, the past two years in particular, Moonflower acts as an artistic and softly thoughtful reaction to turmoil.
Sensational acoustic finger-picking starts up this uniquely ambient, organic and genre-fusing single from a conceptually thoughtful, increasingly impressive Flyght Club.
Undoubtedly an artist with a brilliantly unpredictable, appropriately 2021-style sound.
A genuinely refreshing playlist of original compositions, taking the creative space for all it’s worth, and adopting a likable musical persona in the process.
Introducing a two-track release with an aptly other-worldly core – Club Nova unites cinematic detailing with conceptual intention and heavy, immersive musicality.
Producer & artist Ryan Jesse creates a unique audio realm for electronic music fans to escape into with this thoughtfully captured & unpredictably progressive new single.
A fine testament to eforez’ natural passion for sound-play & audio experimentation as a producer.
In true artistic fashion, this cover doesn’t simply copy the musical elements of the song, but rather – adopts the central emotion and intention of it, and applies that to a fresh perspective & style.
Experimental sound-design and a clearly emotive approach to musicianship unite beautifully throughout this ambient, immersive & deeply provocative journey that is Slightly Unhappy Constantly.
Something of a tribal dance project with a welcomed touch of addictive melody & thoughtful, heartfelt writing combined.
Introducing a deeply introspective, experimentally ambient new project, Derry’s Qn9nety offers up the aptly titled Occupying Space – an album that digs deep into personal responsibility & self-awareness.
Showcasing a clearly uniquer manner of production, Where The Bells Ring proves a decidedly experimental, dreamlike and hypnotic realm of exploration.