Dreamy synth-pop carefully designed to light up the room – Germany’s temp.tone keep things colourful, emotive and immersive throughout a series of originals.
Freshly crafted with a fine combination of crisp, contemporary elements and clear eighties inspiration – producer Maxime Luft delves into the art-form with passion and precision.
Readapting the 1981 queer anthem that was Homosapien, by Pete Shelley of The Buzzcocks, the unmistakable Ladonna Rama settles into the groove with a natural air of connection and colour.
“I would say that people need to stop comparing who they are with others and just embrace themselves as they are the only unique version of themselves.”
Stunning, in short – a defiant highlight from the year so far, rooted amidst some legendary sounds but more firmly connected to the clear identity and artistic intention of the band.
Back with a beautifully well-crafted collection of originals, Point Blank Society aim high with dreamy production and emotive song-writing alike throughout this brand new album.
There’s a hint of Just Jack to the sound, spoken word meets melody, funk meets pop, helping elevate the music in a mildly anthem-like, festival ready manner.
Mystery Math have made this from a place of contemplation, and it finely accompanies precisely this act for those who choose to step in.
Hypnotic vocal layers meander across the top of a dreamy, organic soundscape for this intimate and adoring new single from Arhkota.
As conceptually provocative as ever, Lounge Act Jam reach new considerate depths with this EP – a project whose title alone invites a sense of startling self-awareness.
A fantastic EP, in short – nice at first, superb by the mid-section, unmissable by the end.
From the heart and the programming software alike – a fresh take on a familiar style, and a genuine way to celebrate love and unity.