A brilliant vocalist, with a handful of engaging tracks already on the scene. Well worth exploring.
LA-based producer Mandalan joins forces with So Foreign Productions, launching a Patreon Campaign designed to build the best possible video experience for this brand new single ¿CÓMO SABRÉ?.
Atlanta’s DJ Super Will has crafted an unexpected hit with this single, effectively breaking down the walls between genres, and veering off along his own unique yet brilliantly engaging pathway.
Producer and songwriter Ronni Zag stylishly brings together the best of his abilities in both sound design and songwriting for this gorgeously soulful, uplifting bounce of a single.
Never anything other than highly-polished and beautifully sung and played, Miénteme is accomplished – and genuinely makes you want to get up and dance. Seductive rhythms and lyrical vocal phrasing come together here to offer something that could genuinely crossover and become something very big.
A strong sense of identity stands tall throughout, and while the EP is surprisingly eclectic, it holds close to these inherent, creatively interesting values.
Melodically more fluid and complex than a first listen betrays, Our New Plan plays with texture in subtle ways, with keys and guitar and percussion swapping prominence throughout the track, with a warm bass line providing energy and heart throughout.
Fusing a clear skill and passion for production with a quickly energizing and entrancing style of songwriting, The End Of The World emerges as a partly organic gathering of influences and moments, rising up slowly but surely towards an engaging and easily memorable hook.
Controversially one of the hottest Latin artists in Miami, Kaseeno kicks off the summer season with unquestionable rhythm and good vibes. The video and single combined undoubtedly make sure to warm things up ready for festival and beach season.
That project title echoes in your mind as you make your way through the songs. Even with the musical positivity and bounce, you’re constantly drawn back to the thought of All I Do Is Bleed.
The whole thing feels like an easy classic, an alternative pop offering that takes influence from the best corners of musical vibrancy.
This approach to musical expression is loaded with individuality – the Nimbus sound quite swiftly settles in as its own thing.