Something distinctly different and creatively unconfined, to stir and unsettle even the most adventurous of listeners.
Ultimately industrial and uniquely intense at its peak, Blue Raspberry feels like electronic experimentation intertwined with a sort of live rock show improvisation of distortion and street-side chaos.
Introducing an experimental yet artistically well-rooted producer and creative, with a unique edge to an array of original instrumentals that both hit hard and provoke a deeper state of contemplation within the listener.
Introducing a vastly unique realm, within which electronic dreams awaken unsuspecting parts of the mind – producer and artist notevenstevens shakes up the production world with the dark and intensely immersive project Chains.
Artistic and nostalgic yet fresh in its unpredictable progression through a fairly perfectly crafted five minutes. Mexican artist and producer Ke chida Shaso shakes up the scene.
Norway’s Temperature Falls have taken things to the next level with their sound-design and artistry throughout this conceptually poignant and musically provocative new album.
Driving with clear intention, weight and performative commitment to the moment, EVLTEC’s MOSH hits with musical simplicity and vocal power and pace united.
From ambient, cinematic and softly industrial beginnings, through an explosive progression of distortion and weight, MicroAgression proves both contemplative and fierce by nature.
Heavy and engaging, quickly prompting a volume increase, and out-rightly maintaining the essence of this concept that is Move Your Body – a track that’s difficult to ignore as it effortlessly commands you to shift gears.
Elusive and intriguing, self-defined as “a modulating inter-dimensional bratz doll à la van Herpen” – Tin:Ma carves out an authentically new route in modern composition and electro-pop.
The latter half is something else entirely, its sudden clarity and unapologetic distain proves compelling, unsettling, and impossible to ignore. An indie cult hit, perhaps – waiting to make waves.
Ultimately tackling the issue of loss, separation and overcoming, the song leads with a creative edge that quickly sets a dark and intriguing mood.