From the heart and the programming software alike – a fresh take on a familiar style, and a genuine way to celebrate love and unity.
Stunning. Completely unexpected from the opening moments, but ultimately a total pleasure to escape into.
An immediately soulful and infectious hook starts off this new release from Ronald Mkiza in the best possible way.
Raw and emotive writing and performance, a somewhat elusive or humble online presence – Shay Shay leads with an upfront and recognisable style for this decidedly honest new single.
Retro gamer-style production meets with a meandering RnB melody for this uniquely unpredictable single from Jennesy.
Sometimes love and life have different plans. Sometimes the one we dream of – our soul mate – can’t quite be reached. In this case, time proved the antidote.
Incredibly relatable, angsty and up front, unapologetic in its resentment. The topic is accessible, but presented in a genuinely new way.
The concept intrigues, occasionally striking a chord for its metaphorical poignancy, at other times feeling simply and literally like a representation of its name.
Blending the emo-rap melody and hip hop sound of the moment, with a clearly intentional style of writing, Gimme A Minute makes light of impatience, yet also touches briefly on the rat race and the sheer pace of modern life.
Project Haze turns out to be the perfect name for this band. These dreamy yet purposeful songs connect for their realness & soft embrace alike.
Featuring the vocal stylings of Marco George, I Think I Don’t Know Ya introduces Navin Bhatt’s unique fusion of dance and pop amidst a somewhat nostalgic, eighties-esque depth of sound and wash of distance.
Setting the scene with clear imagery & detail, Getaway progresses from its simple verses to the satisfying resolve of its hook in a manner that feels a little like a nineties pop-country hit.