Live-band vibes, strong grooves and a catchy melody combine for this organically crafted single and video release from DPLUS.
Catchy pop melodies and breathy vocals meet with a quick riff and click-rhythm for a fusion of funk and rock energy – David D’Alessio’s catchy and groovy Before Tonight works its magic with ease.
Newly formed and openly expressing a fetish for the unexplored – Norway’s Polyphonic Exophilia made fine use of the lockdown months in crafting a long-desired passion project of previously untouched methods.
Always incomparable by topic and design, Andrea Pizzo and friends bring both the musicianship and conceptualisation to greater heights than ever with this project.
Craig Adam Johnston unites rhythm and melody to quickly infectious results with Right or Wrong.
Celebrating spontaneity with good vibes in strong supply, Philippines-based Last Song Bea deliver almost five-minutes of colourful, organic pop-rock in the form of a catchy and stylish Tara!
Bold by design, fast-paced and colourful, vocally distant yet intense in pace and flow, the track blends the confidence of hip hop with the organic embrace of a live-band.
Soul-funk and immediate positivity in both subject and style – Shep Eppinger works hard to uplift and inspire listeners, with the fearlessly hopeful and inescapably catchy It’s Gonna Be Alright.
Gifting listeners the perfect indie ambiances to escape into, and a series of contemplative moments of depth should they choose to listen a little more closely, One City One-Love makes for a sublime collection.
Impressively introduced by the one and only Ne-Yo, Doc Martin takes on the classic soul of RnB with this seductive and intimate new groove.
EVOK was born of a shared passion for and vast experience with music in its many forms, and the tracks on this debut reflect that connection and love for the process perfectly well.
Introducing a captivating journey through colourful musicianship, experimental sound-play, and distant spoken word in the style of a documentary voice over.