The Live Sessions is music for music’s sake, and if mainstream culture has made you forget what that sounds like, Torelli and the Fuse are here to remind you.
As an artist, songwriter & producer, the 15th is undeniably creative & expressive. The originality & professionalism are sky high – a mighty combination.
The performance is on point, not too much of the high pace overtakes the mellow, just enough to remind you to look out for whatever comes next.
Artdayn, the Singing Uber Driver, presents a distinctly fresh fusion of hip-hop & rock. From trip-hop or alt-pop to something much more Linkin Park-like.
The rate at which Yashar. G is putting out classics right now, and the quality at which he presents them, is well worth tuning in for.
A chaotic, glistening soundscape fusing experimentation with a distinctly modern hip-hop rhythm & vibe. The brightness & pace leave a memorable mark.
Brilliantly crafted, from the gentle ambiance to the creative variety as the beat moves along – everything presents equal parts professionalism & character.
The dream-like soundscape is anything but the expected route of hip-hop, it lays a thoughtful foundation upon which the rap performance shines beautifully.
The artists involved have had fun making this – a great way to approach hip-hop & the idea of being confident & truthful; whatever your truth may be.
There’s a strong sense of identity to it as you begin to familiarise yourself with the hook section & the underlying message of the song.
The music is smooth & everything works well to maintain this. There’s a confidence about it all that hip-hop fans will likely be drawn to.
What feels like a multi-layered, complex piece, is a singular backdrop with a varied & ever impressive rap performance lighting up each moment.