“The name Toxsick comes from my auto immune disease. I have a condition where my body produces too much histamine and I have swelling spells if I don’t take my medication.”
Leading with clarity of voice amidst a decidedly dreamlike soundscape, Black Chainz keeps things simple & hypnotic on this track.
Great vibes, ready & waiting to lift your mood – Stefan Schulzki collaborates with singer Beatrice Ottmann for this spacious & creative take on contemporary reggae & pop.
A masterful artist – one whom we’re lucky to have gracing our indie world & indeed our generation. Highly recommended.
Recrafting one of the biggest hits of 2019, Russkiy gives this classic Lewis Capaldi track a complete re-working.
All at once encapsulating the mood of the year, and offering a musically soulful, rhythmically smooth hit of escapism; with bold & beautiful vocals to lead us through the story-line.
Experimental sound-design and a clearly emotive approach to musicianship unite beautifully throughout this ambient, immersive & deeply provocative journey that is Slightly Unhappy Constantly.
Heavy rhythms and industrial immersion unite for this post-five-minute progressive house track from the fast-rising Sonic Radiation.
The sound is wholly immersive fairly quickly, raining down with a cinematic fullness & comforting embrace that unites creativity & professionalism in the production world.
The whole thing has an addictively passionate core to it, and this is what makes the single such a dream to turn up loud & let go amidst.
Beautifully done, addictive with its dance-pop brightness & seductive, interesting melody. Perhaps the most unique yet still impressive alt-pop single to emerge this side of 2020.
Brooklyn’s LONESA!KO is an indie artist set to make waves as his second single release Dangerr hits the scene this winter.