The song is powerful, hypnotic as it rains down at volume, and it highlights the very best of the I WANT POETRY sound.
Soulful simplicity captivates from the outset, as songwriter and artist PHINYX releases the third track from her upcoming EP Bad Girls.
Capital 4 drive with organic dance-pop layers and intimate vocals, for a long-form melodic journey that ultimately resolves with a simple, catchy and celebratory hook.
Monti Korbelle has a style and runs with it, thus each track genuinely feels like a fearless exploration of a particular time or series of emotions.
Elusive Montana creatives Gilda House balance delicacy and distortion to striking results, throughout this uniquely haunting yet energising new single Give Me Some.
Lighting up their explorative new trilogy BREAK THE MATRIX, an ever-contemplative Moon and Aries release Episode One – three original tracks that naturally invite a sense of thoughtful presence within the moment.
Davey Harris delves further into the animation of his creative identity with the catchy rise and fall of a dreamy yet energising Honey.
Cardiff’s long-time legends of synth and songwriting follow up the success of their album with the official single release and remix for This Ain’t Love.
So ensues the escapism of the moment, visually and audibly, and once again MELØ unites authenticity and skill for a passionate, catchy release.
Freshly released from the upcoming debut LP Songs From The Spirit Box, MELØ’s Mysteria drives with colourful electro-pop layers and uplifting melodies for a scene-setting embrace of the moment.
Hamburg’s Chris Flyke rebuilds the neon arena with another full-length album of originals crafted with style and care alike.
Slow-burning electro-pop of delicate expression and topical relevance – singer and songwriter jake from the timeline brings together comedy and conceptual depth throughout a joyful then unsettling 5g.