Bristol’s Ben Asante lays down a series of creative gems throughout the musically immersive, impressive and ambient Blossoms & Sorrows.
Music and production to work with or to lose yourself within – Colby Keyz takes full command of the space with this album.
Coming in at less than two minutes in full, Onward & Upward creatively promises to gift its audience with precisely the sense of possibility and calm its title implies. Turn the music up and shake off the ache of a bad day.
Originals that captivate with ease thanks to a considerate fusion of real-world fragments, live instrumentation, lyrical contemplation and lashings of space.
From ambient, cinematic and softly industrial beginnings, through an explosive progression of distortion and weight, MicroAgression proves both contemplative and fierce by nature.
There’s a whole new realm to be experienced as you revisit the ins and outs of these Portraits as the artist crafts them before you. Beautiful work, from a composer with a broadly unique approach to creativity.
Gentle acoustic rhythms with warm layers of reverb-kissed keys and synth create a colourful, aptly emotional ambiance as Unity introduce their project All The Feelings.
The mind wanders entirely, each journey likely unique to each listener; a powerful trait that only music of intention can truly promise.
Saxophone proves a likable calling card, a constant trait that KJFocus has mastered to a blissfully consuming level.
Uniquely creative, blending emo-rap tones with industrial production and organic layers of creativity all at once.
Stylishly combining the warm embrace of down-tempo dance with a clearly melodic edge and fragments of hypnotic, immersive detail – producer and artist Mønochef re-sets your mood with ease.
Featuring industrial details and simplicity intertwined with complexity of concept and design, Lucid and the track faze troy draw focus to a producer making the very most out of the moment.