Easily a stand-out single from Sarah Belle to date, modern pop with a fair few twists of identity in everything from lyrical presence to freedom of vocal melody to the unique sound-design traits that are the instrumental choices and overtones.
“I have multiple musical projects on which I am working at the moment. I started a new duo together with my friend RayDi, called RayDi & Stivie.”
Delicate RnB vocals blend with trippy production and a vast sense of immersive sound-design, as Daniel J delivers the tropical rhythms and sudden optimism of an anthemic summer hit.
Retro gamer synths and equally nostalgic, fuzzy bass unite amidst a rhythmically regimental progression, as Odili Joy guides us through an uplifting and heartfelt premise, for Easy to Love.
Singer and songwriter Sarah Belle pours raw emotion and poetic reflection into the piano-led ballad that is her debut single Say U Love Me.
From atmospheric introductions through the dreamy and hypnotic Nirvana, the sound emerges as delicate yet purposeful, with a clear sense of rising anticipation for dynamic as the story and melody progress.
Dreamy keys with a retro production overtone guide us into the colourful and intimate new dance-pop single from songwriter and artist Noah Fabray.
Forever engaging new listeners with unparalleled vocal strength, fresh melodies and uplifting, energising yet inventive pop anthems – songwriter, artist and producer Estella Dawn takes on the topic of hindsight.
Dreamy guitars and equally ethereal production present multiple layers of vocals and enchanting melodic progressions, as songwriter and artist MELØ kicks off this immersive four-track EP.
Creative production brings together a classic set-up with contemporary stylings and crisp, clean vocals, as Max Ayeza detail the ache of hardship under the inspiring light of optimism and possibility.
Reinforcing the image and colourful contrast of the sound, creative artist W!G launches the official visual for Candy Land, and aptly underlines the back and forth between melancholy and fun throughout the scenes.
Balancing electro-pop delicacies with grittier and even explosive pop-punk moments for the hook, the song Panic aptly and artistically encapsulates its very concept throughout both the performance and arrangement.