Retro synth melodies and heavy bass-work back up a soulful RnB vocal for this catchy and intimate new single from Lenken.
An immediately dreamy ambience leads us into an equally hypnotic rhythm and soundscape for this blissfully produced, beautifully crafted new single from LA’s Mikarlo.
Soulful country warmth provides a deeply intimate and colourful hit of escapism as Miles Newsom takes things down a personal and musically immersive pathway.
Mighty vocals blending depth and relatability guide us into a rock warmth and conceptual vulnerability for this powerful, engaging new album from fellow Mancunian Rob Murphy.
Underlining its title sentiments in a variety of ways but essentially holding close to this theme of relationships and longing, uncertainty and heartache, SAVE US B4 IT’S TOO L8 feels aptly fresh in design and enjoyably authentic in subject.
Singer and songwriter Alan Apuli takes things back to the bare essentials with this up front and intimate new EP.
Big Bus Dream have arranged the single beautifully here, a softly jazz-kissed ambiance of organic layers – double bass, hand drums, subtle vocal whispers and warmth.
It suggests uncertainty, reinforcing the mood and lyrics of the surrounding song, and this uncertainty is what makes the whole thing connect so beautifully.
In a way, this entire song feels like a freestyle sort of diary-like outpouring. Fast-paced lyrics contrast minimal moments and the two work in unison to promise a deeply open, genuine account of infatuation.
Completing the album in a fairly perfect way, Dear Future Me tracks a life from start to finish, through the decades, painting a picture that warms the heart and even brings a tear to the eye.
Providing a timeless narrative for contemporary fans, Emily Clair’s country anthem Drive Me Home leads with love, intimacy, and a passion for the good times – and it proves an uplifting new hit.
Brandon Riley fearlessly blends genres and keeps things refreshingly creative throughout this captivating new single.