Making haunting use of unique vocal manipulation, the song manages to skilfully walk the line between organically soulful and electronically euphoric.
Delicate acoustic finger-style introduces the intimate and deeply moving new lullaby from The Duke Western.
Richard Tyler Epperson showcases the clear strength of his composing ability, skilful musicianship, and outright lyrical depth, with the superb new album A Wandering Mind.
Retro electro-pop hits with warm keys and nostalgically dreamy layers, as Mandy Slate gets honest and beautifully poetic, for Papercut Heart.
Introducing another creative banger from Universal Flow Records, Brutu Music returns with the three-way collaborative funk-pop single Mr. Dickerson.
Featuring timeless pop vocals of meandering RnB peaks and expressions, alongside trap rhythms and nostalgic instrumental sound-play, Manifest devotes itself to the concept of believing things into reality.
Seductive and charming as ever, Estella Dawn makes fine use of sultry basslines, vocals and conceptual captivation, with her latest creative threat Steal Your Girl.
Bringing together her ever-expressive, gentle and soulful vocals, with stylish trap rhythms and organic guitar work, RnB’s Ryan Atkins crafts a fresh pop alternative, with Don’t Walk Away.
From the depths of uncertainty and loss, through the power of the self and the blessings of tomorrow, Unbroken encapsulates it all – the journey of a life, with all of its complexities and gifts.
Davey Harris delves further into the animation of his creative identity with the catchy rise and fall of a dreamy yet energising Honey.
Just in time to round off the summer beautifully, the unmistakable Carnival Mind return to light up things up in their authentically raw, unedited and honest way, with the wonderful single Remember.
Smooth vocals, organic instrumentation and enchanting production back up the deeply moving sound and style of J Hill.