Written out of a deep consideration for what daily life would be like amidst the chaos and uncertainty of Ukraine at this time, Where Did You Go adopts the perspective of a civilian slowly and increasingly losing the people they hold close.
Featuring seductive hints of freestyle electric guitar, alongside trip-hop-style rhythms and a retro array of keys and synths, the humble production leads with a soulful edge of relevance to its own lyrical story.
“It comes from a deep place. I’ve had really bad luck, or bad taste, whatever you wanna call it, with my previous relationships. A couple years back I had my son, and all of a sudden I was left raising him alone.
An unrivaled solo artist, Dscales offers a sense of creative entrepreneurship that is a self-made multi-layered sound both audience-aware and decidedly unique to a true identity.
Fusing world-music flavours, retro electronic rhythms and extensive vocal threads of melody and lyrical depth, UK songwriter and artist TaniA Kyllikki delivers a boldly unique overall style.
“Honestly something I stand by is keeping everything real within my music, including the people I choose to work with.”
Introducing a sublime return from MC Shep, The Breakup To Makeup Mixtape starts off on a smooth and seductive high, and refuses to falter throughout.
These feelings and ideas prove to be beatifically and authentically represented by the clear soulful conviction and ache of Briya’s delivery.
“We want to thank everyone who’s been listening. We’re experimenting and diving into a deeper 4AM sound and can’t wait to share that with you.”
CaliStar has mastered a handful of styles within this short project, yet manages to hold onto a clear sense of identity and integrity along the way. Well-worth a few streams this summer.
Arena-ready anthems both from the heart and from a place of outright musical prowess often make for some of the biggest hits. Or more simply put, offer the greatest choice of escapism for music fans across genres. Enter 100DAYS.
Smooth vibes pour through in both multi-layered vocal calm and dreamy, colourful production – Marvin Dark bridges the gap between nostalgia and modern love, for Can’t Save Me.