In the same manner in which certain legendary producers have often paved their own way within the industry – going left when everybody else went right – ChudaBeat seems genuinely unconcerned with what the majority are doing right now. Instead, he creates from a clear love for music, and that connection and brightness shines gorgeously.
As the founder of JYM, Jeshua’s intention is to inspire and motivate those with creative tendencies to work hard and aim high with their projects – something we can easily get behind.
The song is perfectly fit to grace the airwaves globally; a radio-ready, EDM-pop fusion but with just enough flickers of character and identity to help Martin Brothers build a real name for themselves.
Anarchy You Can Dance Too is a heavy new track that fuses a thick wall of distorted darkness with gritty and equally dark writing.
Carry On shows us that positivity and hope don’t have to be these soft, tender things that are only talked about in more approachable pop tunes, but that they can serve an integral purpose in hip-hop as well.
Sleep Pills seeks to let the artist feel understood, but at the same time – it reaches out to understand those who live in a similar way; those who consistently burn the candle at both ends. It works well in this respect, becoming the kind of alternative anthem to make isolation feel less unsettling.
Producer Cailo succeeds in crafting her own sound entirely with this latest release. Time And Again is beautiful, an EDM-pop fusion track on paper but something much more eclectic and emotional in essence.
The seven-minute epic and blissful journey that is Belladonna kicks off this ambient collection of finely crafted escapism from ImButcher. This entire playlist soon proves itself to be a worthy choice for any evening of introspection or togetherness alike.
Angel Boy leads with intent and purpose on this latest single Broken Lullaby. The brief, minute and a half long track details the artist’s sense of conflict in progressing from someone who would work hard to hide any emotions or feelings, to someone who feels much more comfortable embracing and reflecting on them.
There’s a motivational mood to much of the track, openness regarding real daily life is balanced with an optimistic glance at the future and a general feeling of positivity and drive.
Holy Prophet Elijah is a unique blend of Avant Garde sensibilities mixed with just enough elements of pop to attract the average listener. It’s all incredibly bizarre, but so intrinsically captivating for the very same reason.
The concept is one of conflicting desires or belonging in two places at once. It’s a thought provoking story-line, and Fernweher presents it in an effectively fascinating manner but one that’s also musically satisfying and refreshingly original.