Matt Reilly has crafted a hypnotic fusion of organic bass and delicate, dreamlike electronica with this consistent favourite from the current weekly playlist.
Auckland composer and producer Marc Armitage delves into the world of Cyberpunk Electronica as he reimagines classic soundtracks from video game levels for this brand new EP.
The ever-immersive groove making skills of Blue Soul Ten pour through once again with this finely crafted new hip hop fusion project The Incredible Sound Of Blue.
Heavy descending bass-work juxtaposes the lightness of contemporary dance-pop for this hypnotic and mildly euphoric new single.
Fresh from the brand new album On My Way To Space, Forest makes for a blissful hit of freedom – and a strong starting point if you’re new to the musical endeavours of uav.
Virginia’s Capital 4 craft a sound and style of their own with this release – a song that increasingly fuses genres and bends expectation in a refreshing way.
Sensational music, intricate and thoughtful, purposeful and of value in being so – delivering a series of audio experiences that extend much further than the simple realm of music.
The topic is writer’s block in the world of the artist – the pressure to perform and continue to create, even during times when you’re face to face with the wall of impossibility.
Mellow good vibes and simple layers of production unite for this soulful yet easy-going new release from Samael Senja.
Featuring immersive, tumbling drums, an eighties-esque rhythm but a passionately soulful vocal lead – Vyblektro fuses genres in a creatively uninhibited way for this latest single.
Literary complexity, intelligent framing of ideas and conscious writing fused with elements of the unknown.
A fantastic EP, in short – nice at first, superb by the mid-section, unmissable by the end.