Explosive audio craftwork presents a fully immersive listen as Kidokami delves into the very centre of a warped production realm and complex thought process all at once.
The instrumental tale is one that proves unique to each listener, but when the compositions are so masterfully crafted, and with authenticity at their core, its not that difficult to connect the dots.
Creatively pure and beautifully colourful, not to mention thoughtful in that the music is available to streamers free from the DMCA upper hand – Norse Foundry gift the world a brand new album of uplifting originals.
Varied in mood, emotion, pace, detail, weight and intrigue – life is such a bother cleverly proves a reliable antidote or method for drowning out and relieving the weight of a bothersome life.
Joe tells his story through the strings of his guitar, and his playing captivates in a deeply authentic way that’s rarely stumbled upon these days.
Celebrating absolute freedom of creativity, Toby Tune’s album Floatation comes marked with an appropriate ‘unusual’ tag and proceeds to envelop listeners.
From great pain comes great art – a sad yet universally considered truth. This album is a dream to escape into, being all at once immersive, beautiful, and achingly poignant.
An uncompromising and beautifully brutal set of tunes that comprises of 20 tracks that must have given the faders and knobs a serious workout.
Wonderful, an ocean ride of escapism that sees Frederic Bernard join forces with the Budapest Scoring Orchestra for a truly hypnotic, inspiring listen.
Driving with a distinct level of identity and creative freedom, producer and artist Angryoofman more than delivers on the implied unpredictability of his name.
Mystery Math have made this from a place of contemplation, and it finely accompanies precisely this act for those who choose to step in.
Matt Reilly has crafted a hypnotic fusion of organic bass and delicate, dreamlike electronica with this consistent favourite from the current weekly playlist.