An impressively thoughtful album, with a modern mainstream sound yet more than enough realism & personal depth to connect on a genuine level
Coming in at under the three-minute mark, Time manages to hit with significant impact – recognisable vocals, an addictive flow, and a multi-coloured ambiance that envelops with ease.
Immense & immersive tribal dance vibes pour through with a fine fusion of world music & EDM as N2BLÜ push their creative reach even further.
Crafted as part of a bigger project, expected to be released in early 2021, Rainbow Diamonds sees Thousand Times join forces with Wonder Arillo, and pours through the speakers with a certain level of authority & recognisability alike.
Beautiful piano-work contrasts the relentless industrial pounding of the beat, to showcase the ultimate juxtaposition between a heartless industrial process & the very essence & freedom of being human.
Presenting an album as intriguing & thoughtfully observational as its band & project names imply, Boston’s Passive Witnesses craft an ambient journey of creative exploration with this immersive new collection AERIALS.
Lo-fi good vibes and the vintage crackle of yesteryear smoothly kick off this brand new project from artist and producer L’artiste.
Alien Jungle seems perfectly appropriate as a title, considering the other-worldly vibes combined with this level of vastness & vibrancy.
From dashes of horn to haunting choruses of voice, the whole thing toys with the very fabric of music production & modern society in one compelling swoop.
Slowly but surely the creative edge and personality of Soche, along with these gripping, deeply personal stories, shines with unquestionable brightness.
At its core, Mind Virus is not about the physical hit of Covid, but the mental switch that has seen societies & families ripped apart due to anger & disagreements – misaligned opinions & perspectives.
When it works, it works, and Skycabin have the chemistry just right for this release.