I’ve Been Watching You sees LeGrand take on a sultry and seductive style, gracing the airwaves with a rhythmic and soothing vocal that suits the pace and swagger of the beat beautifully.
Dedicating every aspect of her life to music, the new project showcases an artist with a vast range of influences and a clear love for the art form on multiple levels.
Following his collaboration with Universal Flow Records, and prior to the release of his brand new single Wild & Young, we caught an interview with long-time artist and DJ Matthew Satoor to find out more about his journey so far. Here’s how it went. * * * Hi Matthew – thanks for the interview! What … Continued
At just 14 years of age, Houston-based artist and rapper Luclover is already aiming high and hitting the mark as impressively as his peers. Her Loss makes for a fine introduction to his work, and a further step higher in terms of his successes and the name he’s building for himself within the scene. Featuring … Continued
Alden Groves knows how to craft something that washes over you like a wave of colour but impresses and provokes thought in the same instance. Sway is something of a creative masterpiece for this genre right now.
A simple and smooth beat meets with a clear sense of melody and rhythm from a songwriting perspective, making Van Kings’ Tell Me a fine introduction to an artist and lyricist with a clear connection to the process.
Without doubt, a personal favourite from the Dingazz Music catalogue to date, and a gorgeous song regardless of genre or style – a perfectly calming reminder that things will be OK in the end.
“The main values I want to bring to the music world are Originality, Transparency, Clarity and Class. You know, the ability to keep making and delivering something undiluted, music that doesn’t sound like someone else’s – standing out is the deal.
The beat is superb, fusing a little of that dance-hall bounce with a more melancholic aura that helps highlight the underlying truth and emotion of the song.
Standing tall on the knowledge that sometimes songs need to hibernate for a few years, Mostacho Xprmnt knows that good art can’t be rushed, and the final release of Ocean – six years after its initial creation – speaks volumes on behalf of that.
As a producer, speakea𝟝y describes his music as ‘angsty millennial type beats’. Perhaps this is the perfect way to define his approach, but there’s far more to the sound and experience of this project than a simple four-word phrase can express. Depth and substance play a huge part, lyrically and in terms of the emotion and mood that each soundscape presents you with.
A beautiful song, lyrically refreshing, structurally simple yet subtly creative in the same instance – long-form bars intertwine with shorter fragments of ideas. Delicacy meets with grit – images of peace are contrasted by those of violence; again subtly, just prominent enough to leave a mark.